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STATE OF MARYLAND 




Annual Report 

Departmentof Education 



A STATISTICAL REVIEW forthe.Year Ending JUNE 30, 1966 



STATE OF MARYLAND 

Deportment of Education 




Annual Report 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30, 1966 

showing condition of the 
Public Schools of Maryland 
by the State Board of Education 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 



Maryland State Board of Education 
Members o£ the Board 

J. Jerome Framptom, Jr., 
President 

Richard Schlfter, 
Vice President 

Mrs. J. Wllmer Cronln 

Mrs. Wmiam F. Robie 

Ross V. Smith 

Ramsay B. Thomas, M. D. 

Edward N. Wilson 



Federalsburg 

Bethesda 
Aberdeen 

Fort Washington Estates 

Thurmont 

Baltimore 

Baltimore 



Year Term Expires 

1973 

1974 
1972 
1970 
1974 
1972 
1971 



Secretary-Treasurer of the Board and State Superintendent of Schools 
James A. Sensenbaugh 

Deputy State Superintendent of Schools 
Quentin L. Earhart 



NOTE: The data given In this publication are for the year ending the 30th of June 1966. The members of the Maryland State Board of 
Education and the Maryland State Department of Education listed above are those who are in office at the time of the formal 
publication of this report. 



JAMES A. SENSENBAUGH 
•TATE aUPntlNTCNDENT 



Maryland State Department of Education 

State Office Building 
301 West Preston Street. Baltimore 2120t 



THE HONORABLE MARVIN MANDEL 
Government House 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Dear Governor Mandel: 

I have the honor of submitting to you the 100th Annual 
Report covering all operations of the State Department of 
Education for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1966. 

Pertinent statistics concerning education in Maryland 
are presented in this report. The report provides data that 
are valid and reliable. The data will not only help in making 
sound administrative decisions but will present a better 
understanding of our school system. 




^ftMES A. SENSENBAUGH 
Secretary-Treasurer 



State Board of Education 



Baltimore, Maryland 



STATE OF MARYIAND 




PREFACE 

Beginning with this 100th Annual Report of the Maryland State 
Department of Education , we are utilizing a new format. Statistical 
data are presented with a minimum of narration and are arranged in a 
sequence consistent with the Department's earlier annual reports. 

Informal narrative reviews of the Department's activities and 
points of view are included in editions of Education In Maryland; A 
Perspective . 

Additional copies of annual reports may be obtained by writing 
to the Publications Unit, Maryland State Department of Education. 

We hope that readers will welcome this new approach which will 
enable our staff to publish and distribute the following years' 
reports on schedule. 




State Superintendent of Schools 



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Background Data: 1965-1966 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 

Fall Enrollment - Grades N-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1965-66 

Fall Enrollment, Teachers, and Schools: Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1956-57 - 1965-66 

Number of Public Schools: State of Maryland: 1965-66 

Pupil Data 

Fall Enrollment* by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: 1956-1965 

Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1956-1965 . . 

Public, Nonpublic, and Campus School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 

Public School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 

Campus School Enrollment by Grade: Maryland State Colleges: Fall of 1965 

Number of Nonpublic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1965-66 

Number of Parish and Private Catholic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1965-66 

Number of Nonpublic Non-Catholic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1965-66 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 

Catholic (Parish and Private) School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 

Total Resident Births in Maryland: 1956-1965 

Total Number of Handicapped Maryland Children Enrolled Either in Special Classes, Home and Hospital Instruction, or Special Schools*: 1965-66 . . 

Program for Education of Handicapped Children of School Age in Maryland Financed with Special State Funds: 1956-57 - 1965-66 

SUMMARY - Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: All Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



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TABLE 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary Schools: 1965-66 21 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public High Schools: 1965-66 22 

Personnel in Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 23 

Handicapped Children Receiving Home and Hospital Instruction: State of Maryland: 1956-57 - 1965-66 24 

Severely Handicapped Children Attending Special Schools Outside of Maryland Public School System: 1956-57 - 1965-66 25 

Children Receiving Speech and Hearing Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 - 1965-66 26 

Program for Education of Maryland Preschool Handicapped Children Financed With State Funds: 1958-59 - 1965-66 27 

Summer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1965 28 

Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1965 29 

Pupil Withdrawals* from Public Schools: Counties of Maryland: 1965-66 30 

Number and Percent Nonpromotions : Maryland Public High School Pupils: June Net Roll, 1966 31 

Number, Percent, and Causes of Nonpromotion: Maryland County Elementary Pupils*: June Net Roll, 1966 32 

Number and Percent of Nonpromotions in First Grade*: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1966 33 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1956-57 - 1965-66 34 

Follow-up of All Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 1956-57 Graduates in 1956-57 to 1965-66 35 

Follow-up of Male Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 1956-57 Graduates in 1956-57 to 1965-66 36 

Follow-up of Female Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 1956-57 Graduates in 1956-57 to 1965-66 37 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 1956-57, 1961-62, 1965-66 38 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Male Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 1956-57, 1961-62, 1965-66 39 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Female Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 1956-57, 1961-62, 1965-66 40 

Number and Percent of All Maryland Public High School Graduates Continuing Education: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 41 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Male Graduates Continuing Education: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 42 



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TABLE 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Female Graduates Continuing Education: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 43 

Follow-up o£ All Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 44 

Follow-up of Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 45 

Follow-up of Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 46 

Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 47 

Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 48 

Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 49 

Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 50 

Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 51 

Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 52 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1965 53 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 54j 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 55] 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 56l 

Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 S7| 

Foreign Language Enrollments: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 58 

Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 59 

Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 60 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 6l 

Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public 

High Schools: Fall of 1965 62 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 63 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 64| 



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Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 65 

Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 66 

Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 67 

Special Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 68 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: State of Maryland: 1956-57 - 1965-66 69 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging and Attending: Percent of Attendance: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 70 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Average Number of Pupils Belonging: 1965-66 71 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Average Number of Pupils Belonging: 1965-66 72 

Staff Data 

Number and Percent of Schools, Teachers, Pupils: One-Teacher* Elementary Schools: Counties of Maryland: 1922-23 - 1965-66 73 

Number of Principals and Teachers (K-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 - 1965-66 74 

Number of Principals and Teachers (K-6): Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 - 1965-66 75 

Number of Principals and Teachers (7-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 - 1965-66 76 

Positions in Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1965-66 77 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: 1965-66 78 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Size of Staff: 1965-66 79 

Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 80 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1956-57 - 1965-66 81 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1965-66 82 

Teachers and Principals in Service October 1965 Who Attended Summer Schools, Evening Classes, and Workshops: Summer of 1965 and School Year 

1964-65: Counties of Maryland 83 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 84 

All Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 85 

All High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 86 



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All Elementary and High School Teachers (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 87 

All Elementary Teachers (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 88 

All High School Teachers (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 89 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 90 

New Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 91 

New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 92 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 93 

All Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 94 

All High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 95 

All Elementary and High School Teachers (1-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 96 

All Elementary Teachers (1-6): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 97 

All High School Teachers (7-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 98 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 99 

New Elementary School Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 100 1 

New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 101 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 102 ' 

All Elementary School Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 103 

All High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 104 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 105 

New Elementary School Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 106 

New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 107, 

Withdrawals: Teachers and Principals by Organization: Maryland Public Schools: School Year 1964-65 and Summer 1965 108 

Withdrawals: Teachers and Principals (1-12): Maryland Public Schools: School Year 1964-65 and Summer 1965 109 

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TABLE 

Causes of Withdrawal of Teachers and Principals (1-12) from Maryland Public Schools: School Year 1964-55 and Summer 1965 110 

Causes of Withdrawal of Teachers and Principals from Maryland Public Elementary Schools (1-6): School Year 1964-65 and Summer 1965 Ill 

Causes of Withdrawal of Teachers and Principals from Maryland Public Secondary Schools (7-12): School Year 1964-65 and Summer 1965 112 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Organization: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 113 

Source of Teachers and Principals (1-12) New to Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 114 

Source of Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6) New to Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 115 

Source of High School Teachers and Principals (7-12) New to Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 116 

\dult Program Data 

High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 19^6-57 - 1965-66 117 

General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1965-66 118 

Adult Basic Education: State of Maryland: 1965-66 119 

Vocational Adult Supplementary Education Program*: Number of Classes and Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1965-66 120 

Vocational Adult Preparatory Education Program*: Number of Classes and Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1965-66 121 

Vocational Adult Education Program (Other)*: Number of Classes and Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1965-66 122 

Enrollment in Maryland Public Community Colleges: Fall of 1965 123 

ocatlonal Rehabilitation Data 



Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1965-66 124 

Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1965-66 125 

Nature of Disability of Rehabilitation Clients: State of Maryland: 1965-66 126 

Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1965-66 127 

jl Inancial Data 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT: Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1965-66 128 

' Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1965-66 129 

Local Revenue Appropriations for Programs Operated by Local Boards of Education: State of Maryland: 1965-66 130 



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TABLE 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*, School Construction and Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 

(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 131 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and 

Social Security Paid Direct by State) 132 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and 

Social Security Paid Direct by State) 133 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid 
Direct by State 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid 
Direct by State 



134 



135 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Community Colleges: 1965-66 136 

Receipts from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 137 

Receipts from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 138 

Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School and Community College Purposes: 1965-66 139 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Public School and Community College Purposes in Maryland: 1965-66 140 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Local Boards of Education: 1965-66 141 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 142 

Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 143 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 144 

Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 145, 

Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 146 

Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 147 

Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 148 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 149 

Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 15C 



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TABLE 

Disbursements by Maryland Local Boards of Education for Community Colleges Current Expenses: 1965-66 151 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Local Boards of Education: 1965-66 152 

Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 153 

Disbursements for Current Expenses, Debt Service, and Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1922-23 - 1965-66 154 

Source of Current Expenses*/: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) . . . 155 

Source of Current Expenses*/: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) . . . 156 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 157 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenditures (K-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 158 

Cost per Pupil Belonging (K*-12): All Current Expenses — Including Administration and Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Day Schools: 1956-57 

- 1965-66 159 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses*: Grades K-12/: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 160 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses by Function (K-12*): Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 161 

Foundation Program*: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 162 

Foundation Program per Pupil and Staffing Ratio: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 163 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Public Schools of Maryland: 1922-23 - 1965-66 164 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal (1-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 - 1965-66 165 

leverage Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 166 

ISxpenditures of Public Funds for Transportation: Cost per Public School Pupil Transported: Number and Percent Transported: Counties of 

I Maryland* — 1956-57 - 1965-66: State of Maryland: 1965-66 167 

|4umber of Public Schools to Which Transportation Was Provided at Public Expense: Number of Vehicles Used: State of Maryland: 1965-66 168 

■Capital Outlay Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 169 

I'alue* of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1965-66 170 

llaryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: 1965-66 171 

llaryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness* and Interest Payments per Pupil Belonging (K-12): 1965-66 172 

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Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes In Thousands of Dollars: State of Maryland: 1923-24 - 1965-66 173 

1965-66 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland 174 

Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging (1-12), and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1965-66 175 

Participation and Types of Lunches: Income and Expenditures: National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 - 1965-66 . . 176 

Participation and Reimbursement Paid: Special Milk Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1957-58 - 1965-66 177 

Income and Expenditures: National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 178 

Participation in and Types of Lunches Served: National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 179 

Expenditures of Federal Funds in Maryland for Vocational Education: 1965-66 180 

Expenditures for Administration and Supervision and Teacher Training in Vocational Education: State of Maryland: 1965-66 181 

Adult Education: Receipts and Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 182 

Federal Expenditures for Vocational Education in Maryland Day High Schools: 1965-66 183 

Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1965-66 184 

Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1965-66 185 



BACKGROUND DATA- 

1965-1966, 




Annual Report 




I 



If 




TABLE 

1 



Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 





Actual 








Actual 








Number 


Opening 


Closing 




Number 


Opening 


Closing 


Local Unit 


Days 


Dates 


Dates 


Local Unit 


Days 


Dates 


Dates 




Schools 


September 


June 




Schools 


September 


June 




Were Open 


1965 


1966 




Were Open 


1965 


1966 


Allegany 


182 


1 


10 


Harford 


180 


8 


17 


Anne Arundel 


180 


7 


16 


Howard 


180 


7 


15 


Baltimore City 


180 


7 


16 


Kent 


180 


7 


14 


Baltimore 


180 


9 


17 










Calvert 


180 


7 


14 


Montgomery 


180 


7 


17 










Prince George's 


181 


7 


16 


Caroline 


180 


1 


14 


Queen Anne ' s 


180 


7 


14 


Carroll 


180 


8 


17 


St. Mary's 


180 


2 


15 


Cecil 


180 


7 


15 


Somerset 


180 


9 


14 


Charles 


180 


1 


14 










Dorchester 


182 


7 


17 


Talbot 


180 


7 


13 










Washington 


180 


7 


13 


Frederick 


180 


7 


17 


Wicomico 


180 


7 


8 


Garrett 


180 


1 


9 


Worcester 


181 


7 


10 



TABLE 

2 

Fall Enrollment - Grades N-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: 
Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Type of School 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


ENROLLMENT 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus Schools at State Colleges 


911,455 
762,636 
147,712 
1,107 


559,987 
442,014 
116,866 
1,107 


351,468 
320,622 
30,846 


TEACHING STAFF 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus Schools at State Colleges 


41,363 
35,061 
6,254 
48 


/ 

18,532 
f 
48 


t 

16,529 
f 


NUMBER OF SCHOOLS 


Total 

Public 

Nonpublic 

Campus Schools at State Colleges 


*1,663 
*1,148 
*510 

5 


1,331 
883 
443 
5 


438 
306 
132 



*Excludes duplicates 

/Breakdown by organization not available. 



TABLE 

3 



Fall Enrollment, Teachers, and Schools: Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1956-57 



1965-66 



Fall Enrollment 



Number of Teachers 



Number of Schools 



Year 


Total 


Public 


Nonpubl ic 


Total 


Public 


Nonpublic 


Total 


Publ ic 


Nonpubl ic 


GRAND TOTAL 


1956-57 


617,092 


507,759 


109,333 


22,969 


19,165 


3,804 


1,359 


960 


399 


1957-58 


647,676 


532,840 


114,836 


24,554 


20,590 


3,964 


1,373 


979 


394 


1958-59 


677,294 


556,471 


120,823 


26,136 


21,948 


4,188 


1,388 


990 


398 


1959-60 


708,512 


581,834 


126,678 


27,717 


23,356 


4,361 


1,401 


1,008 


393 


1960-61 


739,647 


607,580 


132,067 


29,271 


24,663 


4,608 


1,434 


1,031 


403 


1961-62 


772,253 


635,657 


136,596 


30,813 


25,978 


4,835 


1,491 


1,045 


446 


1962-63 


809,049 


668,682 


140,367 


33,260 


28,171 


5,089 


1,529 


1,071 


458 


1963-64 


849,079 


705,828 


143,251 


35,346 


30,037 


5,309 


1,558 


1,101 


457 


1964-65 


884,190 


7 36,364 


147,826 


38,255 


32,527 


5,728 


1,641 


1,133 


508 


1965-66 


911,455 


763,743 


147,712 


41,368 


35.114 


6.254 


*1,663 


••n,153 


'•^510 


TOTAL ELEMENTARY 


1956-57 


410, 194 


318,108 


92,086 




10,561 




1,164 


797 


367 


1957-58 


428,728 


332,338 


96,390 




11,440 




1,166 


802 


364 


1958-59 


443,254 


341,996 


101,258 




12,120 




1,178 


812 


366 


1959-60 


454,551 


349,032 


105,519 




12,561 




1,173 


814 


359 


1960-61 


467,910 


358,479 


109,431 




13,008 




1,194 


827 


367 


1961-62 


483,292 


371,404 


111,888 




13,571 




1,236 


830 


406 


1962-63 


502,359 


388,309 


114,050 




14,572 




1,260 


844 


416 


1963-64 


522,793 


407,454 


115,339 




15,668 




1,270 


861 


409 


1964-65 


542,913 


424,292 


118,621 




17,083 




1,339 


883 


456 


1965-66 


559,962 


443,096 


116,866 




18,584 




1,331 


888 


443 


TOTAL SECONDARY 


1956-57 


206,898 


189,651 


17,247 




8,604 




316 


232 


84 


1957-58 


218,948 


200,502 


18,446 




9,150 




335 


251 


84 


1958-59 


234,040 


214,475 


19,565 




9,828 




337 


251 


86 


1959-60 


253,961 


232,802 


21,159 




10,795 




353 


258 


95 


1960-61 


271,737 


249,101 


22,636 




11,655 




365 


267 


98 


1961-62 


288,961 


264,253 


24,708 




12,407 




375 


276 


99 


1962-63 


306,690 


280,373 


26,317 




13,599 




402 


285 


117 


1963-64 


326,286 


298,374 


27,912 




14,369 




403 


291 


112 


1964-65 


341,277 


312,072 


29,205 




15,444 




410 


299 


111 


1965-66 


351.493 


320,647 


30.846 




16,530 




438 


306 


132 



NOTE: Public school data include campus schools in State colleges; enrollment in education programs in State institutions is included in 
the nonpublic figures; preschool and kindergarten enrollment is included in both public and nonpublic data. 



^Excludes duplicates 



TABLE 

4 



Number of Public Schools: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


El ementary 


1 High 


Combined 
Elementary- 
High 


Total 
Elementary 


One Teacher- 


Other 
Elementary 


1 Total 
High 


Junior 


Junior- 
Senior 


Senior and 
Vocational 


la 


lb 


Total State 


1,148 


o/ o 




9 


T 1 
J J 






/ J 




41 


Allegany 


36 


25 






25 


7 


2 


3 


2 


4 


Anne Arundel 


O L 








DO 


1 ^ 





C 
J 






Baltimore City 


195 


iH J 






1 A 1 1 


A 




Q 


1 J 


9 


Baltimore 


127 


y ^ 






Q9 


1 




J 


1 A 

iH 


- 


Calvert 


16 








1 9 1 


J 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Caroline 


11 


3 






3 


2 






2 


6 


Carroll 


9 

Z J 


14 






1 / 


/ 


1 
i 


A 


Z 


2 


Cecil 


22 


1 f\ 






1 A 

10 1 


o 


1 
1 


A 


1 
1 




Charles 


17 


1 1 






i 1 




i 


•a 
J 


1 
1 


1 


Dorchester 


26 


9 1 
Z 1 




6 


1 c. 
L J 




1 

L 


J 




- 


Frederick 


31 


22 






22 


7 


1 


5 


1 


2 


Garrett 


19 


14 




1 


13 


2 




2 




3 


Harford 


31 


23 






23 


8 


3 


2 


3 




Howard 


18 


12 






12 


6 


4 




2 




Kent 


12 


8 






8 


2 




2 




2 


Montgomery 


149 


113 






113 


36 


19 


7 


10 




Prince George's 


180 


137 






137 


43 


27 


3 


13 




Queen Anne ' s 


14 


10 






10 


4 




4 






St. Mary's 


21 


14 






14 


5 


2 


1 


2 


2 


Somerset 


19 


12 




1 


11 


3 




3 




4 


Talbot 


14 


11 




1 


10 


2 




2 




1 


Washington 


45 


32 






32 


11 


4 


2 


5 


2 


Wicomico 


24 


18 






18 


4 


1 


1 


2 


2 


Worcester 


17 


13 






13 


4 




4 







*la - Schools having one teacher and grades 1 to 4 or lower. 

lb - Schools having one teacher and grades 1 to 5 or higher, 
''includes Junior High General Vocational and Special Curriculum 
^Includes Senior High Vocational-Technical. 



PUPIL DATA 



I 




Annua Report 



TABLE 

5 

Fall Enrollment* by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: 1956-1965 



Total Enrollment. Fall of 



Local Unit 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


1960 


1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


Total State 


507,036 


532,121 


555,734 


581,093 


606,809 


634,804 


667,528 


704,693 


735,242 


762,636 


Allegany 


15,859 


15,775 


15,889 


15,847 


15,926 


16,228 


16,643 


16, 789 


16,887 


16,528 


Anne Arundel 


31,596 


33,922 


36,385 


39 ,373 


42,006 


44,428 


47,638 


51,248 


54, 131 


56, 703 


Baltimore City 


154,996 


159,733 


163,542 


166,721 


170,222 


175,037 


180,032 


184,876 


188,020 


191 , 008 


Bal timore 


68,016 


72,911 


77,473 


81,814 


86,283 


91,187 


96,216 


101,882 


106,273 


109 , 193 


Calvert 


3,583 


3,703 


3,908 


4,105 


4,323 


4,586 


4,744 


4,977 


5,098 


5,179 


Caroline 


4,028 


4,075 


4,252 


4,373 


4,470 


4,545 


4,680 


4,736 


4,897 


5,021 


Carroll 


9,568 


9,825 


10,060 


10,289 


10,673 


10,977 


11,411 


11,987 


12,454 


12,823 


Cecil 


8,611 


8,640 


8,727 


9,179 


9,581 


9,726 


10,164 


10,556 


10,887 


10,907 


Charles 


6,410 


6,647 


6,840 


7,168 


7,410 


7,768 


8,166 


8,564 


8,999 


9,498 


Dorchester 


5,601 


5,774 


5,929 


6,002 


6,084 


6,128 


6,283 


6,443 


6,533 


6,502 


Frederick 


12,767 


13,192 


13,498 


13,877 


14,299 


14,633 


15,172 


15,793 


16,260 


16,764 


Garrett 


4,632 


4,671 


4,764 


4,790 


4,771 


4,763 


4,824 


4,970 


5,075 


5,089 


Harford 


13,975 


14,532 


14,971 


15,884 


16,551 


17,373 


18,175 


19,527 


20,583 


21,654 


Howard 


5,779 


6,189 


6,555 


6,997 


7,585 


8,318 


8,955 


9,787 


10,389 


11,038 


Kent 


3,062 


3,099 


3,220 


3,258 


3,335 


3,383 


3,415 


3,458 


3,491 


3,539 


Montgomery 


57,387 


63,138 


68,026 


74,617 


80,680 


86,494 


92,536 


97,802 


102,020 


106,206 


Prince George' s 


53,352 


57,151 


61,077 


65,225 


69,675 


75,032 


81,999 


92,395 


102,504 


113,260 


Queen Anne's 


3,340 


3,403 


3,523 


3,619 


3,712 


3,884 


3,989 


4,045 


4,196 


4,251 


St. Mary's 


5,214 


5,150 


5,298 


5,745 


6,140 


5,949 


6,638 


7,402 


7,907 


8,265 


Somerset 


4,075 


4,154 


4,235 


4,259 


4,296 


4,340 


4,416 


4,445 


4,496 


4,508 


Talbot 


3,882 


3,966 


4,079 


4,113 


4,136 


4,247 


4,307 


4,450 


4,446 


4,452 


Washington 


17,589 


18,242 


18,634 


18,554 


18,833 


19,520 


20,436 


21,145 


21,584 


21,722 


Wicomico 


8,744 


9,122 


9,505 


9,917 


10,310 


10,674 


10,916 


11,416 


11,875 


12,278 


Worcester 


4,970 


5, 107 


5,344 


5,367 


5,508 


5,584 


5,773 


6,000 


6,237 


6,248 


*Includes kindergarten and prekindergarten enrollment as follows: 


Total 


20,322 


21,103 


21,553 


22,497 


23,308 


24,356 


25,731 


28,268 


30,221 


32,562 


Anne Arundel 








16 


22 


16 


24 


24 


30 


25 


Baltimore City 


13,462 


13,417 


13,539 


13,850 


14,247 


14,884 


15,793 


16,009 


15,875 


16,324 


Baltimore 


45 


27 


37 


52 


55 


57 


51 


57 


55 


55 


Calvert 














25 


21 






Caroline 






69 


61 


59 


65 


62 


76 


102 


115 


Montgomery 


6,310 


7,099 


7,289 


7,925 


8,238 


8,603 


8,820 


9,042 


9,174 


9,464 


Prince George's 
















2,022 


3,915 


5,335 


St. Mary's 














150 


150 


150 


249 


Washington 


505 


560 


558 


505 


592 


632 


691 


727 


788 


868 


Worcester 






61 


88 


95 


99 


115 


140 


132 


127 



TABLE 

6 



Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1956-1965 



















Grade 
















Grand 






























Fall of 


Total 


Kinder- 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


U 


12^ 


Special 






garten* 


























Classes 


GRAND TOTAL 


1956 


507,036 


20,322 


52,771 


50,886 


51,658 


52,498 


44,856 


39,505 


39,804 


39,375 


35,192 


29,203 


22,208 


18,198 


10,560 


1957 


532,121 


21,103 


55,861 


51,346 


50,617 


51,354 


51,889 


43,977 


40,781 


38,452 


38,354 


32,808 


24,667 


19,627 


11,285 


1958 


555,734 


21,553 


57,432 


53,665 


50,768 


50,153 


50,743 


50,577 


45,423 


40,399 


37,831 


36,406 


28,509 


21,750 


10,525 


1959 


581,093 


22,497 


59,211 


55,774 


53,327 


50,405 


49,811 


49,620 


52,026 


44,346 


39,291 


35,757 


31,165 


25,301 


12,562 


1960 


606,809 


23,308 


61,671 


57,268 


55,208 


53,087 


50,043 


48,667 


54,328 


52,639 


44,778 


36,943 


30,965 


28,198 


9,706 


1961 


634,804 


24,356 


63,667 


59,724 


56,610 


54,849 


52,800 


49,012 


53,205 


52,620 


52,981 


42.755 


32,917 


28,061 


11,247 


1962 


667,528 


25,731 


65,860 


60,749 


58,712 


56,450 


54,512 


52,004 


53,786 


52,588 


53,152 


50,578 


38,189 


29,935 


15,282 


1963 


704,693 


28,268 


69,498 


63,636 


60,769 


58,879 


56,682 


53,770 


55,740 


52,828 


53,261 


51,796 


46,360 


35,831 


17,375 


1964 


735,242 


30,221 


68,169 


63,967 


60,710 


60,455 


58,416 


55,518 


57,767 


55,139 


54,065 


52,170 


46,934 


43,351 


28,360 


1965 


762,636 


32,562 


69,731 


65,006 


62,726 


62,920 


60,501 


57,736 


59,896 


57,543 


56,706 


52,812 


47,251 


43,621 


33,625 



TOTAL ELEMENTARY 



1956 


317,385 


20,322 


52,771 


50,886 


51,658 


52,498 


44,856 


39,505 


114 


53 










4,722 


1957 


331,619 


21,103 


55,861 


51,346 


50,617 


51,354 


51,889 


43,977 


127 


69 










5,276 


1958 


341,259 


21,553 


57,432 


53,665 


50,768 


50,153 


50,743 


50,577 


91 


38 










6,239 


1959 


348,291 


22,497 


59,211 


55,774 


53,327 


50,405 


49,811 


49,620 


87 


31 










7,528 


1960 


357,708 


23,308 


61,671 


57,268 


55,208 


53,087 


50,043 


48,667 


34 


26 










8,396 


1961 


370,551 


24,356 


63,667 


59,724 


56,610 


54,849 


52,800 


49,012 


35 


25 










9,473 


1962 


387,184 


25,731 


65,860 


60,749 


58,712 


56,450 


54,512 


52,004 


37 


25 










13,104 


1963 


406,372 


28,268 


69,498 


63,636 


60,769 


58,879 


56,682 


53,770 


41 


24 










14,805 


1964 


423,200 


30,221 


68,169 


63,967 


60,710 


60,455 


58,416 


55,518 


30 


40 










25,674 


1965 


442,014 


32,562 


69,731 


65,006 


62,726 


62,920 


60,501 


57,736 


29 


39 










30,764 


TOTAL SECONDARY 


1956 


189,651 
















39,690 


39,322 


35,192 


29,203 


22,208 


18,198 


5,838 


1957 


200,502 
















40,654 


38,383 


38,354 


32,808 


24,667 


19,627 


6,009 


1958 


214,475 
















45,332 


40,361 


37,831 


36,406 


28,509 


21,750 


4,286 


1959 


232,802 
















51,939 


44,315 


39,291 


35,757 


31,165 


25,301 


5,034 


1960 


249,101 
















54,294 


52,613 


44,778 


36,943 


30,965 


28,198 


1,310 


1961 


264,253 
















53,170 


52,595 


52,981 


42,755 


32,917 


28,061 


1,774 


1962 


280,344 
















53,749 


52,563 


53,152 


50,578 


38,189 


29,935 


2,178 


1963 


298,321 
















55,699 


52,804 


53,261 


51,796 


46,360 


35,831 


2,570 


1964 


312,042 
















57,737 


55,099 


54,065 


52,170 


46,934 


43,351 


2,686 


1965 


320,622 
















59,867 


57,504 


56,706 


52,812 


47,251 


43,621 


2,861 



♦Includes enrollment in prekindergarten classes, 
^Includes postgraduates. 



TABLE 

7 



Public, Nonpublic, and Campus School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 













Number of Elementary Pupils 


in Grade 
















Total 
























uUCaJ. UlLi.L 


Grand 


Ele- 


^ n a 1 a 1 
D W C i> d i. 


II Li I, O C L 


Kinder- 


1 

1 


9 


3 




s 

J 




7 


Q 
O 




Total 


mentary 


Classes 




ga r t en 


















Total State 


911,455 


559,962 


32,219 


4,702 


40,936 


85,074 


19,12% 


77,330 


76,641 


12,670 


70,249 


10,037 


9,376 


Allegany 


19,654 


10,531 


201 


_ 


124 


1,722 


1,630 


1,682 


1,612 


1,548 


1,536 


242 


234 


Anne Arundel 


63,657 


38,655 


1,305 


197 


1,174 


6,803 


6,357 


5,926 


5,556 


5,432 


5,155 


394 


356 


Baltimore City 


234,516 


151,648 


22,463 


1,176 


17,749 


18,696 


17,609 


16,730 


18,242 


17,268 


15,706 


3,054 


2,955 


Baltimore 


143,643 


87,137 


1,751 


955 


2,814 


14,003 


13,205 


13,118 


12,665 


12,119 


11,917 


2,404 


2,186 


Calvert 


5,279 


3,174 


122 




- 


561 


514 


548 


466 


515 


434 


8 


6 


Caroline 


5,126 


2,881 


159 


_ 


115 


462 


434 


421 


459 


404 


427 


_ 


_ 


Carroll 


13,482 


7,742 


170 


54 


85 


1,400 


1,300 


1,243 


1,183 


1,128 


1,095 


43 


41 


Cecil 


12,227 


7 ,368 


189 


5 


89 


1,389 


1,279 


1 , 104 


1 , 050 


1,083 


1,036 


73 


71 


Charles 


11,170 


6,919 


125 




- 


1,251 


1,187 


1,196 


1,072 


950 


860 


142 


136 


Dorchester 


6,551 


3,536 


21 


7 


42 


548 


612 


587 


587 


549 


583 






Frederick 


18,998 


10,873 


91 


44 


114 


1,816 


1,770 


1,774 


1,715 


1,611 


1,607 


171 


160 


Garrett 


5, 194 


2 , 905 






11 


499 


494 




cm 
5Uj 




/in 


iU 


/. 1 
Hi 


Harford 


23,598 


13,985 


293 


22 


336 


2,553 


2,330 


2,195 


2,044 


2,041 


1,956 


121 


94 


Howard 


13,121 


7,962 


173 


11 


106 


1,362 


1,265 


1,279 


1,193 


1,165 


1,077 


171 


160 


Kent 


3,539 


2,010 


80 






383 


348 


331 


300 


290 


278 






Montgomery 


129,492 


78,788 


3,417 


1,704 


10,187 


10,422 


10,053 


10,206 


10,080 


10,028 


9,932 


1,429 


1,330 


Prince George's 


133,694 


83,791 


1,009 


460 


6,507 


14,333 


13,024 


12,417 


11,785 


11,176 


10,603 


1,299 


1,178 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,363 


2,405 


25 






469 


390 


359 


390 


392 


380 






St. Mary's 


11,851 


7,762 


189 




357 


1,392 


1,164 


1,107 


1,043 


1,013 


899 


283 


315 


Somerset 


4,508 


2,467 


25 






459 


420 


361 


397 


399 


406 






Talbot 


5,214 


3,024 


60 


14 


27 


563 


497 


473 


508 


442 


395 


45 




Washington 


23,426 


13,192 


159 


26 


931 


2,025 


2,030 


1,979 


2,012 


1,971 


1,887 


87 


85 


Wicomico 


12,904 


7,637 


130 


27 


41 


1,355 


1,227 


1,260 


1,237 


1,163 


1,132 


37 


28 


Worcester 


6,248 


3,570 


40 




127 


608 


589 


556 


542 


570 


538 







TABLE 

7 

Public, Nonpublic, and Campus School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 



Number of High School Pupils in Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 




8 




10 


1 1 


12 




High 


7 


9 


Total State 


*r->ji ,49j 


i 1 /TO 

Di ,4JZ 


59 , 240 


£. 1 CIA 

64,510 


59 ,881 


53 , 401 


49 ,551 


Allegany 


*''9,123 


1,332 


1,376 


1,619 


1,560 


1,546 


1,557 


Anne Arundel 


4* ^ o c rt AO 
*" ZD , OOZ 


4,761 


4,560 


4,481 


4, 173 


3,653 


3,260 


Baltimore City 


*r oZ , Boo 


14,450 


13,737 


16,045 


14 , 839 


12,406 


1 1 , 048 


Baltimore 


''56, 506 


9 , 064 


9 , 035 


10, 078 


9 , 784 


8,939 


8,717 


Calvert 


fl, 105 


422 


399 


397 


333 


296 


238 


Caroline 


2,245 


426 


438 


384 


379 


290 


328 


Carroll 


5 , 740 


1 , 088 


982 


1 , 048 


881 


882 


859 


Ceci 1 


*^4, 859 


909 


827 


886 


826 


674 


610 


Charles 


T 1 OCT 

'4,251 


793 


734 


889 


665 


611 


c c 

525 




/3 015 


556 


591 


568 


454 


405 


427 


Frederick 


''8,125 


1,387 


1,358 


1,518 


1,397 


1,260 


1,131 


Garrett 


2,289 


442 


429 


403 


349 


345 


321 


Harford 


''9,613 


1,756 


1,703 


1,794 


1,646 


1,311 


1,258 


Howard 


''5,159 


930 


860 


874 


903 


746 


722 


Kent 


*''l,529 


301 


282 


240 


240 


214 


188 


Montgomery 


*/50,704 


8,685 


8,410 


8,998 


8,385 


8,020 


7,640 


Prince George's 


''49,903 


9,011 


8,624 


9,156 


8,381 


7,499 


6,766 


Queen Anne's 


1,958 


391 


377 


329 


329 


301 


231 


St. Mary's 


/4,089 


651 


555 


746 


768 


692 


600 


Somerset 


2,041 


429 


398 


362 


299 


267 


286 


Talbot 


2,190 


418 


425 


404 


359 


298 


286 


Washington 


'10,234 


1,618 


1,700 


1,894 


1,695 


1,630 


1,487 


Wicomico 


*''5,267 


1,096 


927 


900 


791 


748 


727 


Worcester 


2,678 


516 


513 


497 


445 


368 


339 



*Includes the following postgraduates: Allegany, 3; Anne Arundel, 27; Baltimore City, 49; Cecil, 13; Kent, 1; Montgomery, 101; 
Wicomico, 11; Total, 205. 

''includes the following ungraded: Allegany, 130; Anne Arundel, 87; Baltimore City, 58; Physical Handicapped, 62 and Trainable, 174; 
Baltimore, 889; Calvert, 20; Cecil, 114; Charles, 34; Dorchester, 14; Frederick, 74; Harford, 145; Howard, 124; Kent, 63; Montgomery, 465; 
Prince George's, 466; St. Mary's, 77; Washington, 210; Wicomico, 67; Total, 3,273. 



TABLE 

8 

Public School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 



Number of Elementary Pupils in Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Special 
Classes 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Total State 


762 , 636 


44z , Ui'» 


jU, /64 




32 , 562 


69 , 731 


65 , 006 


62,726 


62 ,920 


60, 501 


57,736 


29 


39 


Allegany 


16,528 


8,055 


201 


_ 


_ 


1,382 


1,309 


1,349 


1,314 


1,267 


1,233 


_ 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


56,703 


32,651 


1,305 


- 


25 


6,004 


5,606 


5,214 


4,957 


4,887 


4,653 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


1 Q 1 f\r\o 

ly i , uuo 


1 1 Q Q Q 

1 io , ozy 


i , yy J 




1 £L TO/ 

Id, ilH 


14,4/ J 


1 O CO £. 

1 J , 5o6 


1 O "7 1 C 

11, 1 Id 


14, 3o4 


1 o o o c 
1 J , J05 


11,969 






Bal t imore 


iuy , iy J 


C Q QIC 
30 , CSiD 


i , ^yy 






1 A 1 "7 "7 
10, ill 


A TOT 

y , / Ji 


y , Dby 


A / T "7 

9,43/ 


A 1 A / 

y , i4'» 


A 1 AO 

y , iuj 






Calvert 


D , i /y 


J ,0/4 


TOO 
III 






543 


504 


536 


447 


C A/ 

504 


418 






Caroline 


5,021 


2,776 


54 


_ 


115 


462 


434 


421 


459 


404 


427 


_ 




Carroll 


12,823 


7,200 


170 


- 


- 


1,341 


1,234 


1,193 


1,128 


1,081 


1,053 


- 


- 


Ceci 1 


10, 907 


6, 393 


189 






1 , 25 1 


1, 153 


973 


930 


967 


930 






t/narles 


n /.no 
y ,ViO 


D,Di3 


IOC 






1 A£ A 

1 , UdU 


n Q o 
9oZ 


1 AA/ 

1 , 004 


Q "7 1 

o/i 


"7 T O 
III 


699 






Dorchester 


6, 502 


o /on 
J , 40/ 


Zi 






548 


612 


587 


587 


549 


583 






Frederick 


16,764 


9,106 


91 






1,597 


1,553 


1,560 


1,498 


1,393 


1,414 






Garrett 


5,089 


2,800 


22 






490 


477 


467 


489 


404 


399 


21 


31 


Harford 


21,654 


12,443 


293 






2,359 


2,149 


2,019 


1,893 


1,906 


1,824 






Howard 


11,038 


6,048 


139 






1,089 


1,001 


1,034 


961 


940 


884 






Kent 


3,539 


2,010 


80 






383 


348 


331 


300 


290 


278 






Montgomery 


106,206 


60,316 


3,081 




9,464 


8,179 


7,848 


7,949 


7,908 


7,938 


7,949 






Prince George's 


113,260 


67,463 


966 




5,335 


12,058 


10,850 


10,250 


9,827 


9,333 


8,844 






Queen Anne's 


4,251 


2,374 


25 






462 


386 


354 


384 


388 


375 






St. Mary's 


8,265 


5,081 


189 




249 


997 


808 


781 


730 


693 


618 


8 


8 


Somerset 


4,508 


2,467 


25 






459 


420 


361 


397 


399 


406 






Talbot 


4,452 


2,477 


60 






478 


416 


387 


441 


369 


326 






Washington 


21,722 


12,055 


159 




868 


1,875 


1,866 


1,837 


1,874 


1,826 


1,750 






Wicomico 


12,278 


7,011 


115 






1,256 


1,144 


1,179 


1,162 


1.092 


1,063 






Worcester 


6,248 


3,570 


40 




127 


608 


589 


556 


542 


570 


538 







TABLE 

8 

Public School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 



Number of High School Pupils in Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
High 


/ 





9 


1 A 
10 


11 


12 




*^320, 622 






56 , 706 


S7 ftl ? 


47 2 51 




Allegany 


'8,473 


1,307 


1,376 


1,451 


1,403 


1,398 


1,405 


Annp Ai"iinflpl 


*/24,052 


4, 697 


4,500 


4, 269 


3,974 


3,481 


3 , 057 


R 1 t" i mn r p n i ^ v 
u a 1. j> u i\j 1. c \j ^ b y 


^72 , 179 


14 , 096 


13 ,408 


13 , 005 


12 , 249 


10, 254 


8,931 


1 f" 1 mctirt^ 


/5O, 378 


8 , 789 


8 , 705 


8,717 


8 ,427 


7 , 650 


7 ,461 


Calve rt 


/2 , 105 


422 


399 


397 


333 


296 


238 


Caroline 


2,245 


426 


438 


384 


379 


290 


328 






1 , 088 


982 


1,013 


863 


854 


821 


Ceci 1 


*^4,514 


880 


792 


831 


750 


600 


545 




^3 ,985 


793 


734 


809 


597 


553 


465 


Dorchester 


''3,015 


556 


591 


568 


454 


405 


427 


Frederick 


/7,658 


1,362 


1,346 


1,406 


1,301 


1,155 


1,025 


Garrett 


2,289 


442 


429 


403 


349 


345 


321 


Harford 


''9,211 


1,756 


1,703 


1,586 


1,452 


1,311 


1,258 


Howard 


/4,990 


922 


844 


834 


863 


713 


690 


Kent 


*'1,529 


301 


282 


240 


240 


214 


188 


Montgomery 


*''45,890 


8,275 


7,945 


7,984 


7,467 


7,067 


6,697 


Prince George' s 


''45,797 


8,709 


8,284 


8,077 


7,451 


6,751 


6,136 


Queen Anne's 


1,877 


384 


365 


315 


309 


285 


219 


St. Mary's 


'3,184 


639 


531 


532 


530 


471 


404 


Somerset 


2,041 


429 


398 


362 


299 


267 


286 


Talbot 


1,975 


397 


370 


368 


320 


265 


255 


Washington 


'9, 667 


1,585 


1,642 


1,758 


1,566 


1,510 


1,396 


Wicomico 


*''5,267 


1,096 


927 


900 


791 


748 


727 


Worcester 


2,678 


516 


513 


497 


445 


368 


339 



*Includes the following postgraduates: Allegany, 3; Anne Arundel, 1; Cecil, 2; Kent, 1; Montgomery, 3; Wicomico, 11; Total, 21. 
^Includes the following ungraded: Allegany, 130; Anne Arundel, 73; Baltimore City, Physically Handicapped, 62 and Trainable, 174; 

Baltimore, 629; Calvert, 20; Cecil, 114; Charles, 34; Dorchester, 14; Frederick, 63; Harford, 145; Howard, 124; Kent, 63; Montgomery, 452; 

Prince George's, 389; St. Mary's, 77; Washington, 210; Wicomico, 67; Total, 2,840. 



TABLE 

9 



Campus School Enrollment by Grade: Maryland State Colleges: Fall of 1965 









Number of 


ilementary Pup 


ils in Grade 






Number of 




School Pupils in Grade 






— T i 

To t a 1 






































Local Unit 


Grand 


Ele- 


Spec ial 


Nursery 


Kinder- 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Total 


7 


8 


9 


10 


1 1 


12 




Total 


mentary 


Classes 




garten 


















High 














Total State 


1,107 


1,082 


_ 




168 


151 


160 


167 


156 


136 


144 






25 


25 












Allegany^ 


223 


198 


- 


- 


26 


26 


30 


31 


30 


26 


29 


- 


- 


25 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 










































Baltimore City'' 


206 


206 






30 


29 


30 


30 


27 


30 


30 




















Baltimore*- 


302 


302 


_ 


_ 


40 


49 


50 


47 


50 


25 


41 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Calvert 


■ 


~ 


























- 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 










































Ceci 1 










































Charles 


- 


- 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




Dorchester 


- 


- 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 




_ 


_ 


- 


V 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Frederick 




- 
















- 










- 












Gar r e 1 1 










































Harford 










































Howard 










































Kent 










































Montgomery ^ 










































Prince George ' s 


173 


173 






41 


20 


22 


27 


20 


25 


18 




















Queen Anne ' s 










































St. Mary's 










































Somerset 










































Talbot 










































Washington 










































Wicomico 


203 


203 






31 


27 


28 


32 


29 


30 


26 




















Worcester 











































NOTE: State Colleges include: ^Frostburg 

''Coppin 

^Towson 
d„ 
Bowie 

^Salisbury 



TABLE 

10 



Number of Nonpublic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1965-66 







Number of 


Pupi Is 






Number of 


School s 




Total 
























Number 
















and/ or 








of 


Local Unit 


Total 


Nursery 


Kinder- 


Other 


Secondary 


Total 


Kinder- 


Ele- 


Secondary 


Combined 


Different 








gar ten 


Ele- 








LUC 1 1 L d 1. y 




El em . -Sec . 












mentary 






^only" 










Total State 


147,712 


4,702 


8,206 


103,958 


30,846 


510 


164 


214 


68 


64 


6,254 


Al legany 


2,903 


- 


98 


2,180 


625 


11 


2 


5 


2 


2 


90 


Anne Arundel 


6,954 


197 


1,149 


4,658 


950 


38 


24 


8 


3 


3 


290 


Baltimore Citv 


43 , 302 


1,176 


1 , 395 


30,042 


10,689 


124 


23 


67 


23 


11 


1 ,865 


Baltimore 


34,148 


9S5 

7 J J 


2,719 


24,346 


6,128 


106 


42 


40 


10 


14 


1,464 


Calvert 


100 






100 


- 


1 




\ 


- 


- 


4 


Caroline 


105 


- 


- 


105 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


11 


Carroll 


659 


54 


85 


403 


117 


7 


4 


2 




1 


27 


Cec il 


1 , 320 


5 


89 


881 


345 


7 


\ 


2 


2 


2 


73 


Charles 


1,672 






1,406 


266 


4 




2 




2 


50 


Dorchester 


49 


7 


42 


- 


- 


1 


\ 




- 


- 


2 


Frederick 


2,234 


44 


114 


1,609 


467 




4 


4 


1 


2 


127 


Garrett 


105 




11 


94 


- 


2 


1 


1 






6 


Harford 


1,944 


22 


336 


1,184 


402 


10 


5 


4 


1 




86 


Howard 


2,083 


11 


106 


1,797 


169 


9 


1 


5 




3 


83 


Kent 
























Montgomery 


23,286 


1,704 


723 


16,045 


4,814 


89 


31 


40 


9 


9 


1,149 


Prince George's 


20,261 


460 


1,131 


14,564 


4,106 


62 


21 


23 


10 


8 


642 


Queen Anne's 


112 






31 


81 


2 






1 


1 


17 


St. Mary's 


3,586 




108 


2,573 


905 


13 


2 


6 


4 


1 


130 


Somerset 
























Talbot 


762 


14 


27 


506 


215 


2 








2 


32 


Washington 


1 ,704 


26 


63 


1,048 


567 


7 


1 


1 


2 


3 


89 


Wicomico 


423 


27 


10 


386 




3 


1 


2 






17 


Worcester 

























TABLE 

11 



Number of Parish and Private Catholic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Number of Pupils 


Number of Schools 


Total 
Number 
of 

Different 
Te ac he r s 


Total 


Nursery 


Kinder- 

L L C [l 


Other 

Fl p- 
ni<in t" 3 T* v 

LllCLlUai-Y 


Secondary 


Total 


Nl I T" Q <^ T" V 

and/or 
Kinder- 
^ 3 IT 1 6 n 



Ele- 

IllCLl L d L y 


Secondary 


Combined 


Total State 


118, 284 




1 to/ 


93 , 279 


22,337 


.... 

230 


4 


156 


47 


23 


3,627 


Allegany 


2,805 


_ 




2,180 


625 


9 


_ 


5 


2 


2 


85 


Anne Arundel 


5,030 


- 


342 


4,118 


570 


5 


- 


3 




2 


128 


Baitimore Lity 


Jo , J/D 




C Q Q 

DO J 


"7 "3 10 
i.1 , ill 




/ 8 




JO 


/U 




i , io i 


Baltimore 


C Q O 




DDL 


1 Q 1 "3 

, y 1 J 




jy 


i 


20 


/r 





751 


Calvert 


100 










1 




1 






4 


Caroline 


105 




_ 


105 




1 




1 


_ 


_ 


11 


Carroll 


493 


- 




376 


117 


2 


- 


1 




1 


17 


Cec i 1 


Q Q 1 


5 




"TOO 


OH 




1 


o 

Z 


1 




Z7 


Charles 


1 A 7 9 






1 AHA 


ZOO 






z 




Z 


50 


Dorchester 






















- 


Frederick 


1,798 




48 


1,426 


324 


5 




3 


1 


1 


77 


Garrett 


94 






94 




1 




1 






5 


Harford 


1,532 




94 


1,036 


402 


4 




3 


1 




58 


Howard 


1,821 




63 


1,632 


126 


5 




4 




1 


58 


Kent 
























Montgomery 


16,470 




204 


13,124 


3,142 


27 




18 


5 


4 


530 


Prince George ' s 


17,908 


39 


442 


13,694 


3,733 


30 


1 


18 


7 


4 


496 


Queen Anne's 
























St. Mary's 


3,311 




54 


2,573 


684 


11 


1 


6 


3 


1 


114 


Somerset 
























Talbot 


547 






370 


177 


1 








1 


16 


Washington 


1,022 




51 


726 


245 


2 




1 


1 




27 


Wicomico 


371 






371 




1 




1 






10 


Worcester 

























NOTE: Figures furnished by Directors of Catholic Education or principals of schools. 



TABLE 

12 



Number of Nonpublic Non-Catholic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Number of Pu 


pils 




Number of 


Schools 




To C a 1 


Total 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Ele- 
mentary 


Secondary 


Total 


Nursery 
and / or 
Kinder- 
garten 
only 


Ele- 
mentary 


Secondary 


Combined 
Elem . -Sec . 


Number 
of 

Different 
Teachers 


Total State 


29 ,428 


4,658 


5 , 582 


10 ,679 


8 , 509 


280 


160 


J o 


21 


41 


2,627 


Al legany 


98 




98 






2 


2 








5 


Anne Al"iinH^l 
mine t\L uiiuci. 


1 ,924 


197 


807 


540 


380 


33 


24 


5 


3 


I 


162 


Baltimore City 


6 ,976 


1,176 


710 


2 , 730 


2 , 360 


46 


23 


9 


3 


11 


704 


Baltimore 


8 , 150 


955 


2 , 167 


2 ,433 


2 , 595 


67 


41 


12 


4 


10 


713 


Calvert 












- 






- 


- 


- 


Caroline 










- 








- 


- 




Parrnl 1 

\j L L \J 1. I 


166 


54 


85 


27 




5 


4 


1 






10 


Cecil 


439 






158 


281 


3 






1 


2 


44 


Charles 












- 






- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


49 


7 


42 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


Frederick 


436 


44 


66 


183 


143 


A 
U 


4 


1 




1 




Garrett 


11 




11 






1 


1 








1 


Harford 


412 


22 


242 


148 




6 


5 


1 






28 


Howard 


262 


11 


43 


165 


43 


4 


1 


1 




2 


25 


Kent 
























Montgomery 


6,816 


1 ,704 


519 


2,921 


1,672 


62 


31 


22 


4 


5 


619 


Prince George ' s 


2,353 


421 


689 


870 


373 


32 


20 


5 


3 


4 


146 


Queen Anne's 


112 






31 


81 


2 






1 


1 


17 


St. Mary's 


275 




54 




221 


2 


1 




1 




16 


Somerset 
























Talbot 


215 


14 


27 


136 


38 


1 








1 


16 


Washington 


682 


26 


12 


322 


322 


5 


1 




1 


3 


62 


Wicomico 


52 


27 


10 


15 




2 


1 


1 






7 


Worcester 


















- 







NOTE: Figures furnished by principals of schools. 



TABLE 

13 



Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 













Number of 


Elementary Pupils 


in Grade 
















Total 
























Local Unit 


Grand 


Ele- 


Special 


Nursery 


Kinder- 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 




Total 


mentary 


Classes 




garten 


















Total State 


147 , 712 


116,866 


1,455 


4 , 702 


8,206 


15,192 


14,562 


14,437 


13 , 565 


13,033 


12,369 


10, 008 


9 , 337 


Allegany 


2 ,903 


2 , 278 






98 


314 


291 


302 


O £ o 


ICC 

255 


^ /4 




/34 


Anne Arundel 


6,954 


6 , U(J4 




197 


1 , 149 


799 


751 


"7 1 T 
/ 1^ 


599 


545 


C AO 

5U/ 




T C 

350 


Baltimore City 


43,302 


32,613 


470 


1,176 


1,395 


4,194 


3,993 


3,985 


3,831 


3,853 


3,707 


3,054 


2,955 


Baltimore 


34,148 


28,020 


452 


955 


2,719 


3,577 


3,424 


3,402 


3,178 


2,950 


2,773 


2,404 


2,186 


Calvert 


100 


100 








18 


10 


Iz 


19 


i i 


16 


Q 


c 
D 


Caroline 


105 


1 nc 

105 


1 AC 






- 


- 














Carroll 


659 


542 




54 


85 


59 


66 




55 






4 3 


Hi 


Cecil 


1,320 


975 


_ 


5 


89 


138 


126 


131 


120 


116 


106 


73 


71 


Charles 


1,672 


1,406 


- 


- 


- 


191 


205 


192 


201 


178 


161 


142 


136 


Dorchester 


49 


49 




7 


42 


- 


_ 














Frederick 


2 , 234 


1 , 767 




44 


1 14 


219 


217 


2 14 


217 


218 


193 


171 


1 £ A 
160 


Garrett 


105 


105 






11 


9 


17 


11 


14 


9 


11 


13 


10 


Harford 


1,944 


1,542 




22 


336 


194 


181 


176 


151 


135 


132 


121 


94 


Howard 


2,083 


1,914 


34 


11 


106 


273 


264 


245 


232 


225 


193 


171 


160 


Kent 




























Montgomery 


23,286 


18,472 


336 


1,704 


723 


2,243 


2,205 


2,257 


2,172 


2,090 


1,983 


1,429 


1,330 


Prince George's 


20,261 


16,155 


43 


460 


1,131 


2,255 


2,152 


2,140 


1,938 


1,818 


1,741 


1,299 


1,178 


Queen Anne's 


112 


31 








7 


4 


5 


6 


4 


5 






St. Mary's 


3,586 


2,681 






108 


395 


356 


326 


313 


320 


281 


275 


307 


Somerset 




























Talbot 


762 


547 




14 


27 


85 


81 


86 


67 


73 


69 


45 




Washington 


1,704 


1,137 




26 


63 


150 


164 


142 


138 


145 


137 


87 


85 


Wicomico 


423 


423 


15 


27 


10 


72 


55 


49 


46 


41 


43 


37 


28 


Worcester 





























TABLE 

13 



Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 









Number of Hi 


gh School Pupils in Grade 






Local Unit 


Total 
High 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 




1 J V J OHO 




i , / J D 


7,804 


7,069 


D , i JU 




Al legany 
Anns Arundsl 








168 


157 

1 QQ 

i 7 7 


1 Aft 

1 79 

Lie. 


ID/ 


Baltimore City 


*/ 10,689 


354 


329 


3,040 


2,590 


2,152 


2,117 


Baltimore 


''6,128 


275 


330 


1,361 


1,357 


1,289 


1,256 


L<a iver c 








- 


- 






Caroline 


















1 1 7 






J J 






J V 


Cecil 


345 


29 


35 


55 


76 


74 


65 


Charles 


266 


- 


- 


80 


68 


58 


60 


Dorches ter 








- 


- 






Frederick 


//. 




1 9 


112 


96 




1 DA 


Garrett 
















Harford 


402 






208 


194 






Howard 


169 


8 


16 


40 


40 


33 


32 


Kent 
















Montgomery 


*/4,814 


410 


465 


1,014 


918 


953 


943 


Prince George's 


''4,106 


302 


340 


1,079 


930 


748 


630 


Queen Anne's 


81 


7 


12 


14 


20 


16 


12 


St. Mary's 


905 


12 


24 


214 


238 


221 


196 


Somerset 
















Talbot 


215 


21 


55 


36 


39 


33 


31 


Washington 


567 


33 


58 


136 


129 


120 


91 


Wicomico 
















Worcester 

















*Includes the following postgraduates: Anne Arundel, 26; Baltimore City, 49; Cecil, 11; Montgomery, 98; Total, 184. 

''includes the following ungraded: Anne Arundel, 14; Baltimore City, 58; Baltimore, 260; Frederick, 11; Montgomery, 13; Prince George's, 
77; Total, 433. 



TABLE 

14 



Catholic (Parish and Private) School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 








Number of 


Elementary Pupils 


in Grade 














Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Special 
Classes 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Total State 


118,284 


95,947 


524 


44 


2,624 


13, 


460 


12,968 


12,837 


12, 102 


11 


,624 


10,958 


9,663 


9,141 


Allegany 


2,805 


2, 180 


~ 




~ 




314 


291 


302 


268 




255 


274 


242 


234 


Anne Arundel 


5,030 


4,460 






342 




694 


644 


627 


522 




467 


435 


381 


348 


Baltimore City 


36,326 


27,997 


307 




685 


3 

-* > 


765 


3,627 


3,564 


3,397 


3 


435 


3,275 


3,021 


2,921 


Baltimore 


25,998 


22,465 


15 


- 


552 


3, 


199 


3,085 


3,103 


2,895 


2 


,665 


2,456 


2,317 


2,178 


Calvert 


100 


100 






■ 




18 


10 


12 


19 




11 


16 


8 


6 


Caroline 


105 


105 


105 


- 








- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


493 


376 










56 


64 


46 


50 




44 


36 


41 


39 


Cecil 


881 


817 




5 


89 




110 


105 


105 


89 




88 


82 


73 


71 


Charles 


1,672 


1,406 


- 


- 


- 




191 


205 


192 


201 




178 


161 


142 


136 


Dorchester 


~ 


~ 












- 


~ 


~ 






- 


- 


■ 


Frederick 


1,798 


1 ,474 






48 




193 


189 


178 


190 




183 


176 


162 


155 


Garrett 


94 


94 










9 


17 


11 


14 




9 


11 


13 


10 


Harford 


1,532 


1,130 






94 




173 


165 


156 


131 




118 


111 


100 


82 


Howard 


1,821 


1,695 






63 




253 


243 


227 


209 




206 


175 


159 


160 


Kent 
































Montgomery 


16,470 


13,328 


97 




204 


1, 


753 


1,737 


1,814 


1,800 


1 


761 


1,658 


1,284 


1,220 


Prince George's 
Queen Anne's 


17,908 


14,175 




39 


442 


2. 


110 


2,006 


1,982 


1,825 


1 


694 


1,628 


1,288 


1,161 
































St. Mary's 


3,311 


2,627 






54 




395 


356 


326 


313 




320 


281 


275 


307 


Somerset 
































Talbot 


547 


370 










62 


60 


53 


46 




53 


51 


45 




Washington 


1,022 


777 






51 




93 


109 


90 


87 




96 


89 


77 


85 


Wicomico 


371 


371 










72 


55 


49 


46 




41 


43 


37 


28 


Worcester 

































TABLE 

14 



Catholic (Parish and Private) School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 





Number of Hij 


?h School Pupils in Grade 


Local Unit 


Total 
High 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Total State 


*22,337 


504 


563 


6,395 


5,617 


4,713 


4,530 


Allegany 


625 




~ 


168 


157 


148 


152 


Anne Arundel 


570 






154 


145 


125 


146 


Baltimore City 


8,329 


- 


- 


2,649 


2,178 


1,775 


1,727 


Baltimore 


3,533 


- 


- 


956 


903 


837 


837 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 






— 










Carroll 


117 






35 


18 


28 


36 


Cecil 


64 


- 


- 


17 


15 


19 


13 


Charles 


266 


- 


- 


80 


68 


58 


60 


Dorchester 


" 




- 




• 


~ 


~ 


Frederick 








99 


86 


78 


61 


Garrett 
















Harford 


402 






208 


194 






Howard 


126 






27 


34 


33 


32 


Kent 
















Montgomery 


3,142 


276 


304 


738 


612 


603 


609 


Prince George's 


''3,733 


228 


221 


989 


921 


732 


627 


Queen Anne's 
















St. Mary's 


684 






170 


183 


182 


149 


Somerset 
















Talbot 


177 




38 


36 


39 


33 


31 


Washington 


245 






69 


64 


62 


50 


Wicomico 
















Worcester 

















*Includes the following ungraded: Prince George's, 15. 



TABLE 

15 



Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 




Number of Elementary Pupils in Grade 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Special 
Classes 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 


1 




3 




5 


t 


7 




Total State 


29,428 


20,919 


931 


4 


658 


5,582 


1,732 


1,594 


1,600 


1 ,463 


1,409 


1,411 


343 


196 


Allegany 


98 


98 


- 






98 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1,924 


1,544 






197 


807 


105 


107 


85 


77 


78 


67 


13 


8 


Baltimore City 


6,976 


4,616 


163 


1 


176 


710 


429 


366 


421 


434 


418 


432 


33 


34 


Baltimore 


8,150 


5,555 


437 




955 


2,167 


378 


339 


299 


283 


285 


317 


87 


8 


Calvert 


~ 


- 


- 




~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Caroline 


~ 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


166 


166 






54 


85 


3 


2 


4 


5 


3 


6 


2 


2 


Cecil 


439 


158 










28 


21 


26 


31 


28 


24 






Charles 




_ 


_ 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Dorchester 


49 


49 


_ 




7 


42 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






_ 


_ 


Frederick 


436 


293 






44 


66 


26 


28 


36 


27 


35 


17 


9 


5 


Garret t 




11 








11 


















Harford 


412 


412 






22 


242 


21 


16 


20 


20 


17 


21 


21 


12 


Howard 


262 


219 


34 




11 


43 


20 


21 


18 


23 


19 


18 


12 




Kent 






























Montgomery 


6,816 


5,144 


239 


1 


,704 


519 


490 


468 


443 


372 


329 


325 


145 


110 


Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 


2,353 


1,980 


43 




421 


689 


145 


146 


158 


113 


124 


113 


11 


17 


112 


31 










7 


4 


5 


6 


4 


5 






St. Mary's 


275 


54 








54 


















Somerset 






























Talbot 


215 


177 






14 


27 


23 


21 


33 


21 


20 


18 






Washington 


682 


360 






26 


12 


57 


55 


52 


51 


49 


48 


10 




Wicomico 


52 


52 


15 




27 


10 


















Worces ter 































TABLE 

15 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 



Number of High School Pupils in Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
High 


7 


8 


9 


10 


1 1 


12 


Total State 


*''8,509 


1,036 


1,173 


1,409 


1,452 


1,437 


1,400 


Allegany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


*' 380 


64 


60 


58 


54 


47 


57 


Baltimore City 


*''2,360 


354 


329 


391 


412 


377 


390 


Baltimore 


''2,595 


275 


330 


405 


454 


452 


419 


Calvert 








_ 


_ 




_ 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 
















Cecil 


*281 


29 


35 


38 


61 


55 


52 


Charles 
















Dorchester 


_ 


_ 


_ 




- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


^143 


25 


12 


13 


10 


27 


45 


Garrett 
















Harford 
















Howard 


43 


8 


16 


13 


6 






Kent 
















Montgomery 


*''l.672 


134 


161 


276 


306 


350 


334 


Prince George's 


n73 


74 


119 


90 


9 


16 


3 


Queen Anne's 


81 


7 


12 


14 


20 


16 


12 


St. Mary's 


221 


12 


24 


44 


55 


39 


47 


Somerset 
















Talbot 


38 


21 


17 










Washington 


322 


33 


58 


67 


65 


58 


41 


Wicomico 
















Worcester 

















*Includes the following postgraduates: Anne Arundel, 26; Baltimore City, 49; Cecil, 11; Montgomery, 98; Total, 184. 

''includes the following ungraded: Anne Arundel, 14; Baltimore City, 58; Baltimore, 260; Frederick, 11; Montgomery, 13; Prince George's, 
62; Total, 418. 



TABLE 

16 

Total Resident Births in Maryland: 1956-1965 



Total Resident Births in Maryland 



Local Unit 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


1960 


1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 




72 , 108 


76,127 




77 1 fiS 


77 ,496 


78 , 190 


76,325 


78 , 146 


79 , 003 


■ 74 117 


Allegany 


1,583 


1,664 


1,634 


1,667 


1,690 


1,726 


1,668 


1,675 


1,588 


1,507 


Anne Arundel 


4,036 


4,574 


4,762 


5,058 


5,185 


5,347 


5,171 


5,503 


5,584 


5,197 


B a 1 C 1 mo re City 


23,782 


25,067 


24,464 


23,893 


23,262 


23, 153 


22,252 


22,091 


21 ,987 


19,907 


R n I f i mo T" p 


10,701 


1 1 , 740 


11 ,759 


11,993 


12 ,047 


11,735 


10,978 


10, 69 1 


10,793 


10,044 


pa 1 vf»r t" 

Vyd i. V C L I. 


413 


473 


421 


457 


458 


454 


49 3 


511 


463 


466 


Caroline 


460 


393 


465 


435 


436 


439 


422 


419 


397 


371 


Carroll 


995 


1,079 


1,095 


1, 110 


1,095 


1,116 


1,140 


1,130 


1,171 


1,120 


Cecl 1 


1,261 


1,437 


1 ,252 


1,281 


1 , 287 


1 , 295 


1,310 


1,350 


1 , 403 


1 , 239 


Cha T* 1 fa Q 


89 1 


986 


987 


97 5 


1 , 023 


1 , 125 


1 , 090 


1,021 


1 , 080 


1 , 004 


U<J L die: 3 L C L 


(^^ f\ 




616 


560 


S47 


568 


57 5 


553 


551 


508 


Frederick 


1,597 


1,607 


1,577 


1,602 


1,662 


1,740 


1,680 


1,699 


1 ,691 


1,602 


Garrett 


470 


420 


470 


444 


449 


457 


435 


421 


435 


431 


Harford 


1,917 


2,008 


2,042 


2,121 


2,121 


2,218 


2,209 


2,301 


2,315 


2,202 


Howard 


708 


734 


762 


857 


861 


957 


971 


1,117 


1,058 


980 


Kent 


320 


360 


373 


375 


385 


375 


332 


365 


332 


290 


Montgomery 


7,394 


7,593 


7,614 


7,848 


8,199 


8,199 


8,253 


8,461 


8,417 


7,973 


Prince George's 


8,997 


9,416 


9,761 


10,224 


10,572 


11,077 


11,246 


12,483 


13,475 


13,627 


Queen Anne's 


357 


322 


355 


362 


351 


363 


370 


392 


362 


294 


St. Mary's 


1,046 


1,124 


1,118 


1,430 


1,413 


1,410 


1,393 


1,509 


1,496 


1 ,307 


Somerset 


433 


388 


404 


403 


452 


405 


388 


359 


357 


342 


Talbot 


470 


472 


453 


467 


426 


463 


452 


471 


445 


429 


Washington 


1,929 


1,935 


1,957 


1,894 


1,895 


1,950 


1,983 


1,999 


2,003 


1,816 


Wicomico 


1,144 


1,149 


1,091 


1,141 


1,134 


1,089 


986 


1,068 


1,090 


980 


Worcester 


588 


561 


565 


568 


546 


529 


528 


557 


510 


501 



Source: Maryland State Department of Health, Division of Statistical Research and Records. 



TABLE 

17 



Total Number of Handicapped Maryland Children Enrolled Either in Special Classes, Home and 
Hospital Instruction, or Special Schools*: 1965-66 













Orthopedically 




















Handicapped 










Local Unit 






Specific 




or Other 


Blind or 


Speech 


Communi- 








Mentally 


Learning 


Emotionally 


Physical 


Partially 


and Hearing 


cative 


Mu 1 1 i p 1 e 




Total 


Handicapped 


Di sabi 1 i ties 


Disturbed 


Handicapped 


Seeing 


Handicaps 


Disorders 


Handicapped 


Total State 


27,158 


21,919 


1,509 


735 


2,467 


56 


303 


34 


135 


Al legacy 


379 


321 


25 


- 


33 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1,344 


1,050 


44 


54 


166 




30 




- 


Baltimore City 


1 C A t: A 
ID , 'tj't 


1 A 1 m 
, lUj 


1 Q "7 

ly / 


/ 


t/y 




1 1 Q 


1 




Baltimore 


2,438 


1,726 


229 


89 


303 


12 


74 


5 




Calvert 


147 


134 


- 


- 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


69 


54 


- 


1 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


201 


170 


1 


2 


28 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Ceci 1 


HI 


JUJ 




1 


1 1 
J J 










Charles 


168 


143 


_ 


1 


24 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


55 


36 


- 


2 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


Ilk 


145 


2 


13 


64 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Garret t 


JD 




1 1 
1 1 


i 


1 L 










Harford 


605 


522 




9 


72 






2 




Howard 


289 


257 


1 


10 


20 






1 




Kent 


153 


145 




1 


7 










Montgomery 


1,981 


703 


488 


175 


449 




26 


5 


135 


Prince George ' s 
Queen Anne's 


2,052 


1,074 


469 


55 


409 


5 


40 






53 


41 






12 










St. Mary's 


257 


237 


13 




7 










Somerset 


60 


55 




1 


4 










Talbot 


71 


61 




1 


9 










Washington 


530 


404 


29 


20 


62 




15 






Wicomico 


204 


183 




1 


20 










Worcester 


52 


40 




1 


11 











*Excludes children enrolled in therapy. 



TABLE 



18 



Program for Education of Handicapped Children of School Age in Maryland Financed 
with Special State Funds: 1956-57 - 1965-66 



Year 
Local Unit 


Total 


Home and Hospital Instruction 


Instruction in Private Schools 


Pupi Is 


State Aid 


Pupils 


State Aid 


Pupi Is 


State Aid 


1956-57 


2 


,398 


$729,407 


1,290 


$167,016 


1,108 


$553,766 


1957-58 


2 


,533 


736,635 


1,361 


180,275 


1,172 


546,122 


1958-59 


2 


,412 


740,812 


1,319 


211,107 


1,093 


529,705 


1959-60 


2 


,651 


781,417 


1,512 


209,827 


1,139 


549,234 


1960-61 


2 


,182 


572,679 


1,584 


234,630 


598 


338,049 


1961-62 


2 


,557 


710,542 


1,836 


304,757 


950 


489,911 


1962-63 


2 


,662 


742,149 


1,918 


325,044 


1,140 


486,478 


1963-64 


3 


,013 


852,929 


2,127 


358,688 


886 


494,241 


1964-65 


3 


,339 


959,627 


2,251 


370,080 


1,088 


589,547 


1965-66 


3 


, 187 


1,072,239 


*2,325 


364,770 


862 


707,469 


BY LOCAL UNIT, 1965-66 


Al legany 




33 


7,837 


33 


6,667 




1,170 


Anne Arundel 




202 


51,207 


181 


32,184 


21 


19,023 


Baltimore City 


1 


,088 


362,942 


609 


84,412 


479 


278,530 


Baltimore 




357 


111,950 


280 


55,861 


77 


56,089 


Calvert 




15 


2,871 


14 


2,271 


1 


600 


Caroline 




15 


1,903 


15 


1,903 






Carroll 




31 


4,379 


30 


3,779 


1 


600 


Cecil 




34 


7,507 


32 


2,827 


2 


4,680 


Charles 




29 


8,832 


25 


4,632 


4 


4,200 


Dorchester 




20 


4,428 


16 


2,028 


4 


2,400 


Frederick 




63 


11,928 


61 


10,728 


2 


1,200 


Garrett 




12 


2,760 


12 


2,160 




600 


Harford 




85 


21,588 


81 


17,488 


4 


4,100 


Howard 




32 


8,891 


25 


4,091 


7 


4,800 


Kent 




11 


4,308 


9 


2,808 


2 


1,500 


Montgomery 




617 


276,047 


434 


62,452 


183 


213,595 


Prince George's 
Queen Anne's 




412 


150,771 


359 


52,289 


53 


98,482 




13 


2,021 


12 


1,421 


1 


600 


St. Mary's 




9 


3,740 


5 


740 


4 


3,000 


Somerset 




5 


839 


5 


839 






Talbot 




11 


3,980 


10 


1,580 


1 


2,400 


Washington 




55 


9,695 


52 


7,295 


3 


2,400 


Wicomico 




26 


9,114 


15 


2,814 


11 


6,300 


Worcester 




12 


2,701 


10 


1,501 


2 


1,200 



♦Includes 42 pupils receiving instruction through school-to-home telephone system as follows: Calvert, 1; Cecil, 7; Dorchester, 2; 
Kent, 1; Montgomery, 22; Prince George's, 7; Washington, 1; Wicomico, 1. 



NOTE: These pupils are in addition to those reported in special classes in Tables 6 and 7. 



TABLE 

19 



SUMMARY 

Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary 


High 


Schools with 
Special 
Classes 


Number of 
Classes 


Enrollment 


Schools with 
Special 
Classes 


Number of 
Classes 


Enrollment 


Schools with 
Special 
Classes 


Number of 
Classes 


Enrollment 


Total State 


*528 


1,434 


23,955 


377 


931 


13,738 


170 


503 


10,217 


Allegany 




£.J 




Q 


1 / 


917 




Q 


1 90 


Anne Arundel 


41 


86 


1,142 


30 


70 


822 


11 


16 


320 


DdxLLUlUirc ^ILy 


*161 


646 


14,366 


127 


359 


7,453 


43 


287 


6,913 


Bal timore 


*72 


174 


2,081 


44 


116 


1,294 


32 


58 


787 


Calvert 


*6 


10 


132 


6 


9 


111 


2 


1 


21 


Caroline 


-5 
J 






•5 
J 


A 
** 


^A 








Carroll 


8 


14 


170 


8 


14 


170 


- 


- 


- 




17 


25 


303 


11 


18 


186 


6 


7 


117 


Charles 


11 


11 


123 


10 


10 


123 


1 


1 


- 


Dorchester 


3 


3 


35 


2 


2 


21 


1 


1 


14 


Frederick 


7 


14 


161 


3 


10 


95 


4 


4 


66 


Garrett 


1 


2 


23 


1 


2 


23 








Harford 


19 


35 


520 


13 


25 


320 


6 


10 


200 


Howard 


17 


19 


257 


11 


12 


135 


6 


7 


122 


Kent 


*; 


9 


142 


4 


5 


80 


4 


4 


62 


Montgomery 


*39 


120 


1,364 


26 


85 


871 


15 


35 


493 


Prince George's 


63 


149 


1,640 


44 


112 


1,100 


19 


37 


540 


Queen Anne's 


2 


3 


40 


2 


3 


40 








St. Mary's 


*8 


18 


248 


5 


14 


169 


4 


4 


79 


Somerset 


3 


4 


55 


3 


4 


55 








Talbot 


2 


4 


60 


2 


4 


60 








Washington 


13 


39 


475 


5 


21 


184 


8 


18 


291 


Wicomico 


9 


16 


178 


5 


11 


115 


4 


5 


63 


Worcester 


3 


4 


40 


3 


4 


40 









♦Excludes duplicate count of combined schools. 



TABLE 

20 



Special Classes for Handicapped Children: All Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 









Severely Handicapped 




Mentally 






Mental ly 












Retarded 






Handle 


apped 


Specific 


Emotionally 


Local Unit 






Total 






Learning 


Disturbed 




Educable 






Trainable 


Disabi li t ies 








No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enrol 1 - 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Total State 


954 


19,216 






222 


2,238 


132 


1,318 


z J 




Al legany 


19 


257 


6 


89 


4 


64 


2 


25 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


46 


770 


40 


372 


27 


275 


5 


44 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


544 


13,250 


102 


1,116 


42 


513 


14 


112 


12 


144 


Bal t imor e 




1 , 274 


85 


807 


I.I. 




7 1 




1 


8 


Calvert 


8 


117 


9 


1 C 
i J 


2 


15 










Caroline 


2 


31 


2 


23 


2 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


8 


118 


6 


52 


6 


52 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


19 


267 


6 


36 


6 


36 






- 


- 


Charles 


10 


131 


1 


8 


1 


8 










Dorchester 


1 


14 


2 


21 


2 


21 










Frederick 


4 


66 


10 


95 


8 


78 






1 


5 


Garrett 




2 


2 


21 


1 


10 


1 


11 






Harrora 


27 


455 


8 


65 


8 


65 










Howard 


17 


237 


2 


20 


2 


20 










Kent 


8 


133 


1 


9 


1 


9 










Montgomery 


40 


473 


80 


891 


18 


194 


34 


413 


7 


70 


Prince George's 


59 


810 


90 


830 


25 


250 


50 


460 






Queen Anne's 


2 


30 


1 


10 


1 


10 










St. Mary's 


13 


203 


5 


45 


4 


33 


1 


12 






Somerset 


2 


30 


2 


25 


2 


25 










Talbot 


2 


38 


2 


22 


2 


22 










Washington 


22 


355 


17 


120 


7 


48 


4 


29 


2 


13 


Wicomico 


12 


155 


4 


23 


3 


17 










Worcester 






4 


40 


4 


40 











NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although many of them have more than one handicap. 



TABLE 

20 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: All Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Severely Handicapped - (continued) 





Orthopedically 


Blind 


Speech 




Multiple 


Local Unit 


Handicapped 


or Partially 


and Hearing 


Aphasic 


Handicapped 








Seeing 


Handicaps 










No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enrol 1 - 


No. of 


Enrol 1 - 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Total State 


52 


446 




56 


34 


303 


2 


19 


9 


135 


Al legany 






















Anne Arundel 


J 


Z J 






5 


30 










Baltimore City 




1 7 1 


4 


39 


11 


118 


2 


19 






Bal timore 


10 


91 


1 


12 


8 


74 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Calvert 


- 


- 














- 


- 


Caroline 






















Carroll 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






Cecil 


_ 


- 














- 


- 


Charles 






















Dorchester 






















Frederick 


1 


12 


















Garrett 






















Harford 






















Howard 






















Kent 






















Montgomery 


8 


53 






4 


26 






9 


135 


Prince George's 


10 


75 


1 


5 


4 


40 










Queen Anne ' s 






















St. Mary's 






















Somerset 






















Talbot 






















Washington 


2 


15 






2 


15 










Wicomico 


1 


6 


















Worcester 























NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although many of them have more than one handicap. 



TABLE 

21 



Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary Schools: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Mentally 
Retarded 

Educable 


Severely Handicapped 


Total 


Mentally 
Handicapped 

Trainable 


Speci f ic 
Learning 
Di sabi li t ies 


Emotionally 
Disturbed 


No. of 
Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 
Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enrol 1- 
ment 


No. of 
Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 
Classes 


Enro 11- 
ment 


Total State 


J i H 


9 9 


407 




1 9 7 


1,920 


111 


1 , 002 


1 ft 


1 SO 


Al legany 




I. £.0 


D 


8Q 


A 


OH 



c 








Anne Arundel 








J / ^ 


77 


t- 1 J 


1; 

J 








Baltimore City 


282 


6,700 


77 


753 


29 


300 


14 


112 


5 


54 


Baltimore 


51 


659 


65 


635 


32 


305 


18 


182 


1 


8 


Calvert 


7 


Q fs 
7 D 




i J 


7 


1 ^ 










Caroline 


2 


J 1 


2 


J 


2 


7'^ 










Carroll 


8 


118 


6 


52 


6 


52 










Cecil 


12 


150 


6 


36 


6 


36 










Charles 


9 


115 


1 


8 


1 


8 










Dorchester 






2 


21 


2 


21 










Frederick 






10 


95 


8 


78 






1 


5 


Garrett 




2 


2 


21 


1 


10 


1 


11 






Harford 


17 


255 


8 


65 


8 


65 










Howard 


10 


115 


2 


20 


2 


20 










Kent 


4 


71 


1 


9 


1 


9 










Montgomery 


23 


250 


62 


621 


18 


194 


26 


287 


7 


70 


Prince George ' s 


32 


430 


80 


670 


25 


250 


40 


300 






Queen Anne' s 


2 


30 


1 


10 


1 


10 










St. Mary's 


9 


124 


5 


45 


4 


33 


1 


12 






Somerset 


2 


30 


2 


25 


2 


25 










Talbot 


2 


38 


2 


22 


2 


22 










Washington 


4 


64 


17 


120 


7 


48 


4 


29 


2 


13 


Wicomico 


7 


92 


4 


23 


3 


17 










Worcester 








40 


-4 


40 











NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although many of them have more than one handicap. 



TABLE 

21 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary Schools: 1965-66 



Severely Handicapped - (continued) 





Or thopedical ly 


Blind 


Speech 




Multiple 


Local Unit 


Handicapped 


or Partially 


and Hearing 


Aphasic 


Handicapped 








Seeing 


Handi 


caps 








No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No . of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


iocai oLace 


43 


356 


6 


56 


32 


287 


2 


19 


- 


- 


Allegany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


rUHlc nLUllUcL 


3 


23 






5 


30 










DaXLJ-IUOLC V^XLy 


12 


111 


4 


39 


11 


118 


2 


19 






Bal t imore 


7 


70 


1 


12 




58 






- 


- 


\_ici 1 V e r L 






- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




— 






Carroll 


- 


- 






- 


- 
































cnar les 






















Dorchester 






















Frederick 


1 


12 


















Garrett 






















Harford 






















Howard 






















Kent 






















Montgomery 


7 


44 






4 


26 










Prince George's 


10 


75 


1 


5 


4 


40 










Queen Anne ' s 






















St. Mary's 






















Somerset 






















Talbot 






















Washington 


2 


15 






2 


15 










Wicomico 


1 


6 


















Worcester 























NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although many of them have more than one handicap. 



TABLE 

22 



Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public High Schools: 1965-66 



1 IT * 

Locdl Unit 


Mentally 
Retarded 

Educable 


Severely Handicapped 


Total 


Mental ly 
Handicapped 

Trainable 


Specific 
Learning 
Disabilities 


Emci t ional ly 
Di s t u rbed 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


No. of 
Classes 


Enroll- 
men t 


No. of 

Classes 


Enrol 1- 
ment 


No. of 

Classes 


Enroll- 
men t 


No. of 
Classes 


Enrol 1 - 
ment 


Total State 


430 


9,268 


73 


965 


25 


318 


21 


316 


7 


90 


Al 1 pppnv 


8 


129 




- 


- 


- 


- 




~ 


- 


Annp AfiinHpl 


16 


320 


















Baltimore City 


262 


6,550 


25 


363 


13 


213 






7 


90 


Baltimore 


38 


615 


20 


172 


12 


105 


3 


30 






Calvert 


1 


21 




- 


- 


- 


- 




- 




Caro 1 ine 


~ 


~ 






- 


- 






- 




Carrol 1 






















Cecil 


7 


117 


















Charles 


1 


16 


















Do rchester 


1 


14 


















Frederick 


4 


66 


















Garrett 






















Harford 


10 


200 


















Howard 


7 


122 


















Kent 


4 


62 


















Montgomery 


17 


223 


18 


270 






8 


126 






Prince George's 


27 


380 


10 


160 






10 


160 






Queen Anne ' s 






















St. Mary's 


4 


79 


















Somerset 






















Talbot 






















Washington 


18 


291 


















Wicomico 


5 


63 


















Worcester 























NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although many of them have more than one handicap. 



TABLE 

22 

Special Classes for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public High Schools: 1965-66 



Severely Handicapped - (continued) 





Orthopedical ly 


Blind 


Speech 




Multiple 


Local Unit 


Handicapped 


or Partially 


and Hearing 


Aphasic 


Handicapped 








Seeing 


Handicaps 








No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Total State 


9 


90 


- 


- 


2 


16 


- 


- 


9 


135 


Al legany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


- 


- 


















Baltimore City 


5 


60 




'_ 














Bal timore 


3 


2 1 


- 


- 


2 


16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Calvert 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caro 1 ine 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 






- 


Carroll 


- 


- 


















Cecil 






















Charles 






















Dorchester 






















Frederick 






















Garrett 






















Harford 






















Howard 






















Kent 






















Mont gome ry 


1 


9 














9 


135 


Prince George's 






















Queen Anne's 






















St. Mary's 






















Somerset 






















Talbot 






















Washington 






















Wicomico 






















Worcester 























NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although many of them have more than one handicap. 



TABLE 

23 



Personnel in Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 





Total 


Elementary 


High 


Local unit 




Teachers 










Teachers 










Teachers 










Total 


and 


Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teacher 


Total 


and 


Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teacher 


Total 


and 


Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teache r 






Principals 


pists 


ogists 


Aides 




Principals 


pists 


ogist 


Aides 




Principals 


pists 


ogist 


Aides 


Total State 


1,602 


1,416 


42 


6 


138 


1,135.5 


965 


38 


3.5 


129 


466.5 


451 


4 


2.5 


9 


Al legany 


23 


21 




" 


2 


19 


17 






2 


4 


4 








Anne Arundel 


105 


93 






12 


89 


77 






12 


16 


16 








Baltimore City 


620 


600 


8 




12 


381 


366 


5 




10 


239 


234 


3 




2 


Bait imore 


224 


178 


14 


1 


31 


166 


120 


14 


1 


31 


58 


58 








Calvert 


10 


10 








9 


9 








1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Caroline 


6 


4 






2 


6 


4 






2 












Carroll 


16 


14 






L 


16 


14 






L 












Ceci 1 


26 


25 


1 






19 


18 


1 






7 


7 








Cha r 1 es 


12 


11 






1 


11 


10 






1 


1 


1 








Dorchester 


5 


3 






2 


4 


2 






2 


1 


1 








Frederick 


26 


15 


5 


2 


4 


21 


11 


5 


1 


4 


5 


4 




1 




Garrett 


5 


3 






2 


5 


3 






2 












Harford 


38 


35 


2 




1 


28 


25 


2 




1 


10 


10 








Howard 


21 


19 






2 


14 


12 






2 


7 


7 








Kent 


11 


9 






2 


7 


5 






2 


4 


4 








Montgomery 


182 


134 


6 


3 


39 


128.5 


90 


5 


1.5 


32 


53.5 


44 


1 


1.5 


7 


Prince George's 


174 


155 


5 




14 


137 


118 


5 




14 


37 


37 








Queen Anne's 


4 


3 






1 


4 


3 






1 












St. Mary's 


19 


18 






1 


15 


14 






1 


4 


4 








Somerset 


7 


5 






2 


7 


5 






2 












Talbot 


6 


4 






2 


6 


4 






2 












Washington 


40 


36 


1 




3 


26 


22 


1 




3 


14 


14 








Wicomico 


17 


16 






1 


12 


11 






1 


5 


5 








Worcester 


5 


5 








5 


5 



















TABLE 

24 



Handicapped Children Receiving Home and Hospital Instruction: State of Maryland: 1956-57 - 1965-66 



Year 






Orthopedically Handicapped 


Other 


Physically 


Handicapped 
















Post - 


Other 


Congen- 




Rheu- 


Other 


Disturbed 




Local Unit 




Mentally 


Cerebral 


Congeni tal 


pol io- 


Orthopedic 


ital 


Plastic 


matic 


Physical 


Emotion- 






Total 


Retarded 


Palsy 


Deformity 


myelitis 


Defect 


Heart 


Condi tion 


Fever 


Defect 


ally 


Epi leptic 


1956-57 


1,290 


26 


64 


47 


62 


364 


20 


28 


268 


307 


76 


28 


1957-58 


1,361 


29 


48 


48 


77 


318 


25 


26 


288 


384 


94 


24 


1958-59 


1,319 


19 


40 


39 


55 


295 


36 


22 


272 


377 


136 


28 


1959-60 


1,512 


32 


57 


58 


59 


363 


27 


59 


282 


410 


139 


26 


1960-61 


1,584 


36 


44 


46 


57 


456 


37 


18 


246 


432 


177 


35 


1961-62 


1,836 


34 


48 


67 


58 


494 


29 


19 


231 


624 


210 


22 


1962-63 


1,918 


27 


45 


54 


34 


565 


25 


19 


237 


646 


242 


24 


1963-64 


2,127 


66 


51 


36 


41 


569 


40 


47 


204 


766 


282 


25 


1964-65 


2,251 


19 


49 


19 


35 


601 


29 


13 


240 


930 


292 


24 


1965-66 


2.325 


15 


52 


37 


35 


674 


17 


19 


162 


948 


340 


26 


BY LOCAL LN'IT, 1965-66 


Allegany 


33 








3 


12 






3 


14 




1 


Anne Arundel 


181 




1 




1 


60 


1 




6 


66 


40 


6 


Baltimore City 


*609 




40 


14 


20 


211 


2 


6 


44 


154 


116 


2 


Baltimore 


280 


4 


5 


1 


3 


88 


4 


1 


18 


82 


70 


4 


Calvert 


14 


1 




1 




7 






1 


4 






Caroline 


15 






1 




5 






7 


1 


1 




Carroll 


30 




1 




1 


6 


2 




7 


11 


2 




Cecil 


32 






2 




10 






1 


19 






Charles 


25 










8 


1 




3 


11 


1 


1 


Dorchester 


16 










4 




2 


7 


2 




1 


Frederick 


61 


1 








14 


1 




6 


30 


8 


1 


Garrett 


12 






2 










3 


6 


1 




Harford 


81 


2 




1 




16 






10 


41 


8 


3 


Howard 


25 








2 


10 






1 


6 


6 




Kent 


9 


2 


1 










2 


2 


2 






Mont gome ry 


434 




2 


2 


3 


76 


3 


5 


12 


272 


55 


4 


Prince George's 


359 


3 


1 


10 


1 


110 


2 


1 


23 


184 


22 


2 


Queen Anne's 


12 


1 




1 




2 






2 


6 






St. Mary's 


5 














1 




4 






Somerset 


5 








1 


2 






1 




1 




Talbot 


10 


1 








4 






1 


3 


1 




Washington 


52 






1 




22 


1 


1 


2 


17 


7 


1 


Wicomico 


15 




1 


1 




6 






1 


5 


1 




Worcester 


10 










1 






1 


8 







♦Includes 145 county children in Baltimore City hospital schools. 



TABLE 

25 



Severely Handicapped Children Attending Special Schools Outside of Maryland Public School System: 1956-57 - 1965-66 



Year 

IjOCa 1 uni. L 


Total 


Mentally 
Retarded* 


Cerebral 
Palsied 


Com- 
municative 
Disorders^ 


Vision 


Epi leptic 


Brain 

Damage 


Other 
Physically 
Handicapped 


Disturbed 
Emotionally 




'^ 7 A 


J 


^ J 


2 




7 




Q 




1 O C T CO 

i95/-Do 


/. "7 


JO / 


9 9 


1 




Z 




c 

J 




1958-59 


478 


381 


38 


3 




10 




46 




1959-60 


543 


427 


45 


8 




7 


- 


56 


- 


1960-61 


602 


478 


49 


10 




1 


- 


64 


- 


1961-62 


721 


531 


63 


28 


5 


8 


84 


2 


- 


1962-63 


744 


479 


63 


37 


5 


10 


138 


4 


8 


1963-64 


886 


514 


49 


36 


2 


9 


171 


7 


98 


1964-65 


1 , 088 


565 


49 


110 


3 


32 


137 


4 


188 


1965-66 


1 , 257 


580 


60 


45 


6 


14 


280 


4 


268 








BY 


LOCAL UNIT, 1965-66 










Allegany 


3 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


3 


Anne Arundel 


36 


6 


2 






2 


- 


- 


26 


Baltimore City 


500 


347 


16 


2 




1 


90 




44 


Baltimore 


102 


44 


9 


7 






18 




24 


Calvert 


1 


1 








_ 




_ 




Caroline 


" 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


1 












1 






Can 1 1 


Q 
O 


\ 








1 






O 


Charles 


7 


7 


_ 








_ 


_ 




Dorchester 


4 


1 


1 






- 


- 


- 


2 


Frederick 


2 


- 


~ 








2 




" 


Garrett 


1 


1 
















Harford 


7 


2 


1 


3 










1 


Howard 


8 




2 


1 






1 




4 


Kent 


3 


2 














1 


Montgomery 


375 


94 


23 


14 


3 


5 


129 




107 


Prince George's 


172 


60 


3 


17 


2 


2 


37 


3 


48 


Queen Anne's 


1 










1 








St, Mary's 


5 


1 


1 


1 






1 


1 




Somerset 




















Talbot 


4 


1 






1 


1 






1 


Washington 


4 


1 


2 








1 






Wicomico 


11 


11 
















Worcester 


2 










1 






1 



*In each case these children had additional mental and/or physical handicaps. 
^Includes aphasia, strephosymbolia, and hearing and speech defects. 



TABLE 

26 



Children Receiving Speech and Hearing Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 - 1965-66 









Number of Children Receiving 


Year 


Numbe r 




















— 


of 


Grand 




Speech Therapy 






Hearing Therapy 




Local Unit 


Therapists 


Total 




Special 


Grades 


Grades 




Special 


Grades 


Grades 








Total 


Classes 


1-6 


7-12 


Total 


Classes 


1-6 


7-12 


1956-57 


63.0 


7,179 


6,959 


- 


6,808 


151 


220 


- 


191 


29 


1957-58 


68.4 


7,459 


7 , 162 


538 


6,474 


1 SO 


797 


66 


193 


3R 

J o 


1958-59 


78.2 


8,814 


8 , 560 


468 


7,795 


797 


7S4 


60 


140 


S4 


1959-60 


94. 9 


11 AIT 

1 1 , 033 


10, 660 


749 


9,567 


344 


373 


69 


244 


60 


1960-61 


113.5 


10,487 


9 QTS 
7 f y J J 


857 


8,736 


347 


SS7 


84 


333 


1 3S 


1961-62 


134. 


12 , 075 


11,481 


1 , 102 


9 , 663 


716 


594 


78 


379 


137 


1962-63 


145 . 6 


13,718 


13,193 


1 ,280 


1 660 


1,253 


525 


120 


307 


98 


1963-64 


170.6 


16,432 


15,914 


1 ,448 


13, 114 


1,352 


518 


119 


301 


98 


1964-65 


204.0 


17,403 


16,581 


1 ,480 


13 ,522 


1,579 


822 


144 


458 


220 


1965-66 


268.0 


20,874 


20,012 


1,649 


16,119 


2,244 


862 


138 


562 


162 








BY 


LOCAL UNIT, 


1965-66 












Al legany 






- 






- 


- 


_ 




- 


Anne Arundel 


18 


1,815 


1 , 770 


72 


1,674 


24 


45 


6 


38 


1 


Baltimore City 


45 


4,739 


4,489 


569 


3,385 


535 


250 


46 


162 


42 


Baltimore 


47 


3,772 


3,669 


214 


3,006 


449 


103 


13 


63 


27 


Calvert 


1 


132 


1 T 1 


28 


100 


J 


1 


- 


1 






I 


129 


126 


1 


123 


2 


3 


- 


3 


- 


Carroll 


2 


265 




- 


264 


1 
1 




- 


- 




Cecil 


1 


144 


1 44 


12 


132 






- 


- 




Charles 


1 


120 


1 9 n 


6 


114 












Dorchester 


1 


180 


179 




179 




1 




1 




Frederick 


6 


476 


464 


16 


443 


5 


12 




12 




Garrett 






















Harford 


4 


279 


255 


12 


243 




24 


7 


17 




Howard 


1 


125 


125 


24 


101 












Kent 






















Montgomery 


78 


3,055 


2,938 


194 


2,307 


437 


117 


30 


55 


32 


Prince George's 


51 


4,925 


4,655 


485 


3,403 


767 


270 


34 


183 


53 


Queen Anne' s 


/9 


203 


203 




191 


12 










St. Mary's 






















Somerset 






















Talbot 






















Washington 


2 


490 


479 


16 


454 


9 


11 


2 


7 


2 


Wicomico 






















Worcester 


* 


25 










25 




20 


5 



/'The children were treated under the Worcester County Health Department Services. 
^Speech correctionists. 



TABLE 

27 



Program for Education of Maryland Preschool Handicapped Children Financed With State Funds: 1958-59 - 1965-66 



Year 

Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 








Number of Pupils by 


School 


and Handicap 




State Aid 


Maryland Public Schools 




Nonpublic Schools 


Total 


Mary- 
land 
Public 
School s 


Non- 
publ ic 
School s 


Total 


Mental ly 
Retarded 


Ortho- 
pedic 


Commu- 
nicat ive 
Diseases 




Total 


Mental ly 
Retarded 


Ortho- 
pedic 


Commu- 
nicative 
Diseases 


1958-59 


84 




26 




8 


18 




58 


21 


30 


7 


$ 45,835 


$13,146 


$32,689 


1959-60 


1 JJ 




62 


15 


12 


35 




71 


20 


38 


13 


66,553 


33,494 


33,059 


1960-61 


139 




58 


24 


11 


23 




81 


21 


36 


24 


79,220 


43,646 


35,574 


1961-62 


178 




47 


27 


10 


10 




131 


50 


31 


50 


98,415 


45,542 


52,873 


1962-63 


201 




49 


23 


10 


16 




152 


46 


28 


78 


117,636 


49,806 


67 ,830 


1963-64 


207 




48 


17 


6 


25 




159 


54 


26 


79 


120,804 


52,499 


68,305 


1964-65 


218 




47 


24 


5 


18 




171 


65 


30 


76 


126,799 


57,347 


69,452 


1965-66 


217 




47 


21 


5 


21 




170 


38 


24 


*108 


158,225 


61,660 


96,565 



BY LOCAL UNIT, 1965-66 



Al legany 




























Anne Arundel 


31 




26 


15 




11 


5 


2 


2 


1 


37,502 


33,542 


3,960 


Baltimore City 


47 




15 




5 


10 


32 


5 


10 


17 


36,324 


23,559 


12,765 


Baltimore 


35 












35 


7 


5 


23 


14,478 




14,478 


Calvert 


1 












1 




1 




162 




162 


Caroline 




























Carroll 




























Cecil 




























Charles 




























Dorchester 




























Frederick 




























Garrett 




























Harford 


2 












2 






2 


960 




960 


Howard 


6 












6 


2 


2 


2 


3,390 




3,390 


Kent 




























Montgomery 


83 












83 


19 


2 


62 


46,640 




46,640 


Prince George's 


4 












4 


3 


1 




13,490 




13,490 


Queen Anne ' s 


1 












1 






1 


120 




120 


St. Mary's 




























Somerset 




























Talbot 


1 












1 




1 




600 




600 


Washington 


6 




6 


6 














4,559 


4,559 




Wicomico 




























Worcester 





























"Includes children with brain damage in the following units: Baltimore City, 1; Baltimore County, 1; Howard, 1; Montgomery, 29; Total, 32. 
NOTE: State aid for preschool handicapped children was first provided in 1958-59. 



TABLE 

28 



Sunmier School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1965 



Local Unit 


Enrol Iment 


Number of Centers 


Total 


Preschool 


E 1 ementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Preschool 


El ementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


65,234 


8,643 


22,508 


34,083 


675 


236 


337 


102 


Allegany 


359 


149 


210 




10 


5 


5 




Anne Arundel 


1,566 


120 


470 


976 


21 




14 


7 


Baltimore City 


14,908 


480 


3,806 


10,622 


50 


16 


27 


7 


Baltimore 


5, 197 


933 


1 ,446 


2,818 


81 


38 


34 


9 


Calvert 


347 


128 


185 


34 


7 


3 


3 


1 


Carol ine 


100 


100 






4 


4 






Carroll 


363 


192 


77 


94 


5 




4 


1 


Cecil 


762 


105 


110 


547 


12 


5 


6 


1 


Charles 


1 ,849 


550 


824 


475 


22 


6 


12 


4 


Dorchester 


793 


285 


139 


369 


6 


4 


1 


1 


Frederick 


1 ,897 


357 


809 


731 


29 


7 


17 


5 


Garrett 


1,430 


330 


700 


400 


13 


11 




2 


Harford 


3,044 


292 


1,698 


1,054 


29 


4 


20 


5 


Howard 


456 


66 


187 


203 


5 


2 


2 


1 


Kent 


355 


52 


260 


43 


6 


1 


4 


1 


Montgomery 


12,448 


580 


4,945 


6,923 


72 


24 


29 


19 


Prince George's 


15,076 


2,829 


5,071 


7,176 


239 


80 


133 


26 


Queen Anne ' s 


554 


121 


323 


110 


7 


3 


3 


1 


St. Mary's 


932 


397 


349 


186 


14 


6 


7 


1 


Somerset 


217 


157 




60 


6 


6 






Talbot 


188 


87 




101 


5 




3 


2 


Washington 


2,037 


273 


745 


1 ,019 


24 


10 


12 


2 


Wicomico 


243 


60 


154 


29 


3 


1 


1 


1 


Worcester 


113 






113 


5 






5 



TABLE 

29 



Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1965 



LjOW a 1 U [1 JL U 


Preschool 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Federal 


Local 



Total 


Federal 


Local 


To t a 1 


Federal 


State & 
Local 


Local 


Educ" 
t ion 


Head 
Start 


Migrant 


Catch- 
up 


Migrant 


Enrich- 
ment 


Remedial 


Gate h— 
up 


Original 
(Credit) 


Review 
(Credit) 


Enrich- 
ment 


Remedial 


Total State 


8 , 643 


6,839 


"7 A 
ft* 


1 , 7 30 


22 , 508 


o , 34 


iou 




O , 04 J 


34 , 083 


1 , 968 


5,285 


T "J "7 1 
J , J /O 


16,918 


4,933 


1 ,603 


Allegany 


149 


149 




- 


210 


210 








- 


- 


- 










Anne Arundel 


120 


120 






4 70 






470 




976 




349 




627 






Baltimore City 


480 


480 


_ 




3 , 806 


2,600 




563 


643 


10,622 


739 


1,137 


3A8 


7,846 


312 


240 


Baltimore 


933 


674 


- 


259 






- 


106 


1,340 


2,818 




512 


47 


1,621 


372 


266 


Calvert 


128 


128 






lot; 


1 Q c: 
i tJ J 












34 










Carol ine 


100 


100 




- 


- 










- 


- 


- 










Carrol 1 


192 


192 


- 




7 7 


- 


- 


18 


59 


94 








73 


21 


- 


Cecil 


105 


1 n =i 






1 10 






48 




547 




251 


1 1 


Lit, 


111 
ill 




Charles 


550 


550 






824 


654 




170 




47 5 




112 




211 


152 




Dorchester 


285 


218 


67 


- 


139 




139 






369 


350 


19 










Frederick 


357 


350 


7 




809 


180 


21 


259 


349 


731 




483 


8 




240 




Garrett 


330 


330 






700 


700 








400 


400 












Harford 


292 


292 






1,698 






723 


975 


1 ,054 


197 


126 






706 


25 


Howard 


66 


66 






187 






136 


51 


203 




65 




53 


52 


33 


Kent 


52 


52 






260 


192 






68 


43 








25 


11 


7 


Montgomery 


580 


580 






4,945 


328 




1,865 


2,752 


6,923 


39 


884 


2,465 


2,003 


1,329 


203 


Prince George's 


2,82? 


1 ,358 




1,471 


5,071 


2,336 




639 


2,096 


7,176 




623 


291 


4,040 


1,527 


695 


Queen Anne' s 


121 


121 






323 


295 






28 


110 


57 








53 




St. Mary's 


397 


397 






349 


306 






43 


186 




73 




113 






Somerset 


157 


157 
















60 




60 










Talbot 


87 


87 
















101 




45 




9 


47 




Washington 


273 


273 






745 


608 






137 


1,019 


186 


382 


204 


113 




134 


Wicomico 


60 


60 






154 


60 




54 


40 


29 




29 










Worcester 




















113 




101 




12 







TABLE 

30 



Pupil Withdrawals- from Public Schools: Counties of Maryland: 1965-66 







Withdrawals By Code'* 


Local Unit 


Total 


Transferred to 
Other Schools 


























Wl 


W2 


W3 6 4 


W5 


W6 


W7 


W8 


W9 


WIO 


Wll 


W12 


W13 


W14 



ELEMENTARY 



Total Counties 


27 , 925 


10 , 788 


404 


1 6 ,036 


179 




11 c 


1 

L 1 


1 7 


3Uz 






DO 


1 


Allegany 


634 


310 


5 


304 


4 


- 


1 


- 




10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 






105 


Z , 190 


32 




1 8 


8 


I 


1 5 






5 




Bal t imore 


3 , o3o 


1 TIT 




T 1 1 Q 

^ , 31o 


3y 




20 


4 


f 




J / 






1 7 




Calvert 


187 


61 


1 


118 


1 






1 




4 






1 




Caroline 


188 


45 


1 


139 


1 




















Carroll 


575 


221 


4 


321 


11 




1 






17 










Cecil 


823 


308 


8 


492 


1 




1 


1 




10 










Charles 


480 


137 


2 


325 


3 




1 


1 


2 


7 






2 




Dorchester 


149 


34 




ICQ 










1 


12 






2 




Frederick 


707 


319 


5 


365 






1 


1 




15 






1 




Garrett 


186 


52 




122 








4 




7 






1 




Harford 


1,714 


687 


10 


977 


10 




J 




5 


Jl 






1 




Howard 


445 


99 


7 


330 


1 






1 




5 










Kent 


132 


23 




104 










3 


> 










Montgomery 


4,454 


1 ,953 


122 


2,317 


15 




5 


1 


3 


2 9 






8 


1 


Prince George's 


6,833 


2,856 


47 


3,798 


42 




:7 


1 


1 


46 






15 




Queen Anne ' s 


166 


38 




122 






1 






5 










St. Mary's 


688 


167 


16 


487 


11 










6 






1 




Somerset 


120 


14 




96 


2 




6 






1 






1 




Talbot 


161 


46 


1 


107 












7 










Washington 


1,002 


534 


6 


436 


1 




2 


2 


2 


14 






5 




Wicomico 


587 


278 




286 


4 




4 


2 




7 






6 




Worcester 


231 


43 




182 


1 




2 






3 











•'■Withdrawals who did not re-enter during 1965-66 the school from which they withdrew - excluding kindergarten. 

^Codes: Wl - Transferred - public school in county W8 - Age 16 or over 

W2 - Transferred - nonpublic school in county W9 - Mental 

W3 & 4 - Transferred - outside county WIO - Physical 

W5 - Special case Wll - Economical 

W6 - Armed Services W12 - Marriage 

W7 - Committed to institution W13 - Death 

W14 - Suspended 



TABLE 

30 



Pupil Withdrawals"" from Public Schools: Counties of Maryland: 1965-66 















Wi thdrawa 


Is By Code'' 
















Transferred to 






















Local Unit 


Total 


Other Schools 


























Wl 


W2 


W3 & 4 


W5 


W6 


W7 


W8 


W9 


WIG 


Wll 


W12 


W13 


W14 


HIGH 


Totdl Counties 


17,775 


3 , 120 


161 


6 , 578 


239 


237 


539 


5,208 


51 


928 


44 


582 


65 


23 


Allegany 


432 


79 


3 


138 


10 


6 


13 


99 




50 


1 


30 


3 




Ann^ Ai-iinH^1 


2 , 265 


27 7 




875 


35 


23 


85 


766 


12 


99 


1 


70 


4 


1 


Rji 1 r 1 moT" e 


2 , 794 


357 


19 


986 


61 


74 


84 


979 


7 


96 


21 


97 


13 




Ca 1 Vf»r f 


130 






37 




2 


I 


69 




1 2 




g 


1 




Caroline 


136 


7 




49 


4 




1 


53 




8 




13 


1 




Carroll 


375 


57 


2 


141 


26 


2 


10 


98 


1 


16 


1 


19 




2 


Cecil 


407 


55 


3 


163 


1 


6 


10 


118 


1 


20 




26 


1 


3 


Charles 


323 


33 




102 


1 


5 


6 


142 




17 




15 


2 




Dorchester 


164 


8 




68 




2 


11 


49 


1 


18 


2 


3 


1 


1 


Frederick 


533 


123 


7 


117 


8 


3 


19 


186 


3 


30 


2 


25 


3 


7 


Garrett 


104 


6 




41 




3 


7 


26 




13 




8 






Harford 


890 


137 




387 


9 


7 


23 


238 


1 


31 


6 


44 


3 


4 


Howard 


308 


20 


1 


141 


3 


7 


2 


102 




18 




13 


1 




Kent 


89 


7 




31 


2 




6 


30 




7 




5 


1 




Montgomery 


2,822 


719 


49 


1,193 


30 


37 


76 


474 


21 


154 


7 


48 


11 


3 


Prince George's 


4,046 


991 


39 


1,452 


30 


37 


117 


1,112 


1 


184 




74 


9 




Queen Anne ' s 


202 


14 


1 


84 


1 




1 


69 




^1 


1 


10 






St. Mary's 


316 


23 


14 


122 


1 


5 


10 


114 




1 1 


1 


13 


2 




Somerset 


141 


5 




50 


8 




3 


56 




8 




9 


2 




Talbot 


102 


7 


2 


27 


5 


2 


5 


30 




1 5 




7 


2 




Washington 


658 


164 


3 


183 


4 


4 


31 


217 


3 


30 




15 


3 


1 


Wicomico 


363 


25 


1 


112 




8 


14 


144 




43 




16 






Worcester 


175 


6 




79 




4 


4 


37 




2 7 


1 


14 


2 


1 



"Withdrawals who did not re-enter during 1965-66 the school from which they withdrew - excluding kindergarten. 
''Codes: Wl - Transferred - public school in county W8 - Age 16 or over 

W2 - Transferred - nonpublic school in county W9 - Mental 

W3 & 4 - Transferred - outside county WIO - Physical 

W5 - Special case Wll - Economical 

W6 - Armed Services W12 - Marriage 

W7 - Committed to institution W13 - Death 

W14 - Suspended 



TABLE 

31 

Number and Percent Nonpromotions : Maryland Public High School Pupils: 

June Net Roll, 1966 











June Net Roll 


Percent 


Local Unit 








Not 




Xota 1 


P rnmn 1" prl 


PrciTTxci t" 


Promoted 


Total State 


310, 107 


294,634 


15,473 


5.0 


Allegany 


8,276 


8,184 


92 


1.1 


Anne Arundel 


23,123 


21,992 


1,131 


4,9 


Baltimore City 


68 , 019 


61 , 169 


6,850 


10. 1 


Baltimore 


49 , 140 


47 ,667 


1,473 


3.0 


Calvert 


2 ,020 


1 ,943 


77 


3.8 


Caroline 


2,158 


2,136 


22 


1.0 


Carroll 


5,468 


5,387 


81 


1.5 


Cec i 1 


4,356 


4,202 


154 


3.5 


Charles 


3,853 


3 , 634 


219 


5.7 


Dorchester 


2,923 


2,680 


243 


8.3 


Frederick. 


7,403 


7,194 


209 


2.8 


Garrett 


2,228 


2,183 


45 


2.0 


Harford 


8,996 


8,696 


300 


3.3 


Howard 


4,905 


4,808 


97 


2.0 


Kent 


1 ,485 


1,345 


140 


9.4 


Montgomery 


45,456 


44,410 


1,046 


2.3 


Prince George's 


44,660 


42,393 


2,267 


5.1 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,730 


1,664 


66 


3.8 


St. Mary's 


3,028 


2,802 


226 


7.5 


Somerset 


1,940 


1,823 


117 


6.0 


Talbot 


1,931 


1,828 


103 


5.3 


Washington 


9,361 


9,179 


182 


1.9 


Wicomico 


5,064 


4,814 


250 


4.9 


Worcester 


2,584 


2,501 


83 


3.2 



NOTE: Policy of promotion and nonpromotion varies in the different counties and Baltimore City. 



TABLE 

32 

Number, Percent, and Causes of Nonpromot ion : Maryland County Elementary Pupils"-'': 

June Net Roll, 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 
not 
Promoted 


Percent 

not 
Promoted 


Number Not Promoted By Cause 


Personal 
Illness 


Irregular 
Attendance'' 


Immaturity' 


All Other 
Causes 


Total Counties 






104 


313 


11 ,203 


1 ,218 


Allegany 


1 1 Q 


i . J 


4 


3 


110 


2 


Anne Arundel 


1,890 


5.8 


9 


71 


1,783 


27 


Baltimore 


3,635 


6.2 


13 


24 


2,566 


1,032 


Waiver t 


J 


ft n 


2 


12 


228 


1 


Carol ine 


1 no 


H . L 


- 


2 


107 


- 


Carroll 


z Jo 


J . J 


1 


6 


228 


1 


Cecil 


442 


6.9 


7 


14 


419 


2 


Charles 


321 


5.8 


5 


48 


266 


2 


Dorchester 


90 


2 . 6 


1 


4 


82 


3 


Frederick 


45 


. 5 


1 


3 


41 




Garrett 


155 


5.6 




6 


149 




Harford 


717 


5.6 


3 


7 


651 


56 


Howard 


150 


2.4 


1 


1 


147 


1 


Kent 


131 


6.6 


2 


3 


101 


25 


Montgomery 


840 


1.6 


9 


21 


780 


30 


Prince George's 


2,024 


3.2 


16 


51 


1,951 


6 


Queen Anne's 


10 


0.4 




1 


9 




St. Mary's 


393 


8.3 


8 


24 


350 


11 


Somerset 


217 


9.0 


4 


4 


198 


11 


Talbot 


207 


8.4 


9 


4 


191 


3 


Washington 


217 


1.9 


3 


2 


207 


5 


Wicomico 


514 


7.3 


1 


1 


512 




Worcester 


133 


3.9 


5 


1 


127 





^Excludes kindergarten and pupils attending campus schools at State colleges. 
^Irregular attendance due to unfortunate home conditions. 
^Immaturity - social, intellectual, emotional. 



TABLE 

33 

Number and Percent of Nonpromotlons in First Grade*: Maryland Public Schools: 

June Net Roll, 1966 



Local Unit 


First 


Grade Enrollment 


Number and Percent Not Promoted 


Total 


oys 


r 1 r 1 Q 


Number 


Percent 


Totnl 


Boys 


Girls 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total State 


69,716 


36,432 


33,284 


7,326 


4,621 


2,705 


10.4 


12.7 


8.1 


Allegany 


1 ,378 


692 


686 


/ 1 


42 


29 


5 . 1 


6 . 1 


4 . 2 


Anne Arundel 


6,019 


3,178 


2,841 


900 




363 


Id. 1 


19.0 


12 . 8 


Baltimore City 


1 /. /.II 
14- , 4 1 i 


7,429 


6,982 


2 ,099 


1 , 252 


847 


14 . 6 


16.9 


12 . 1 


Baltimore 


10,379 


5,465 


4,914 


1 ,074 


727 


347 


10 . 3 


13.3 


7 . 1 


Calvert 


539 


267 


272 


63 


31 


32 


11.7 


11.6 


11.4 


Caroline 


455 


240 


215 


49 


33 


16 


10.8 


13.7 


7.4 


Carroll 


1,333 


700 


633 


142 


89 


53 


10 . / 


12 . / 


0.4 


Cecil 


1 , 253 


655 


598 


252 


157 


95 


20. 1 


24 .0 


15.9 


Charles 


1,048 


536 


512 


113 


64 


49 


10.8 


11 . 9 


9.6 


Dorchester 


541 


294 


247 


34 


24 


10 


6.3 


8.2 


4.0 


Frederick 


1,497 


782 


715 


30 


18 


12 


2.0 


2.3 


1.7 


Garrett 


473 


233 


240 


41 


28 


13 


8.7 


12.0 


5.4 


Harford 


2,413 


1,290 


1 ,123 


235 


146 


89 


9.7 


11.3 


7.9 


Howard 


1,103 


580 


523 


96 


63 


33 


8.7 


10.9 


6.3 


Kent 


370 


196 


174 














Montgomery 


8,207 


4,316 


3,891 


394 


263 


131 


4.8 


6.1 


3.4 


Prince George's 


12,193 


6,410 


5,783 


1,065 


687 


378 


8.7 


10.7 


6.5 


Queen Anne ' s 


459 


244 


215 














St. Mary's 


981 


495 


486 


164 


103 


61 


16.7 


20.8 


12.5 


Somerset 


462 


259 


203 


70 


52 


18 


15.1 


20. 1 


8.9 


Talbot 


476 


241 


235 


88 


55 


33 


18.5 


22.8 


14.0 


Washington 


1,874 


957 


917 


59 


36 


23 


3.1 


3.8 


2.5 


Wicomico 


1 ,251 


661 


590 


160 


103 


57 


12.8 


15.6 


9.7 


Worcester 


601 


312 


289 


59 


43 


16 


9.8 


13.8 


5.5 



"'•'Excludes pupils in first grade of campus schools at State colleges. 



TABLE 

34 



Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1956-57 - 1965-66 



Year 


High School Graduates 


Local Unit 


Total 


Boy s 


Girls 


1956-57 


17 19 9 


R 1 Aft 


fl 7 '^/t 
, / 


1957-58 


18, 380 


8,891 


9,489 


1958-59 


20,462 


9,861 


10,601 


1959-60 


23,854 


11,560 


12,294 


1960-61 


26,923 


13,142 


13,781 


1961-62 


26,533 


13,015 


13,518 


1962-63 


28,534 


14,299 


14,235 


1963-64 


1/i 9 71 


1 7 n/i Q 


17 


170^+ — J 


H 1 , J J i 


9 n 1 A Q 


91 1 (19 
Z 1 , loZ 


1965-66 


H L 1 jy L 


9n 7 TO 


9n A AT 
ZU J 00 1 




BY LOCAL UNIT, 


1965-66 




All pc» an V 


1,353 


686 


667 


Anne Arundel 


2,888 


1,402 


1,486 


Baltimore City 


7,682 


3,780 


3,902 


Baltimore 


7,322 


3,762 


3,560 


Calvert 


239 


117 


122 


Caroline 


307 


143 


164 


Carroll 


812 


406 


406 


Cecil 


524 


262 


262 


Charles 


448 


218 


230 




A1 9 




1 9Q 

X 7 7 


Frederick 


998 


483 


515 


Garrett 


318 


165 


153 


Harford 


1,209 


583 


626 


Howard 


680 


350 


330 


Kent 


181 


79 


102 


Montgomery 


6,646 


3,272 


3,374 


Prince George's 


5,901 


3,028 


2,873 


Queen Anne ' s 


207 


110 


97 


St. Mary's 


374 


182 


192 


Somerset 


278 


141 


137 


Talbot 


248 


135 


113 


Washington 


1,367 


699 


668 


Wicomico 


677 


343 


334 


Worcester 


320 


171 


149 



TABLE 



35 

Follow-up of All Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 
1956-1965 Graduates in 1956-57 to 1965-66 









Continuing Education 
























Staying or 
Working at 






Year of 


Total 




Degree Granting Institutions 




Gainfully 


Other'' 


Graduation 


Graduates 


Total 


Total 


In 

Maryland 


Out of State 


Other* 


Home , 
Married 


Employed 



XLT-IBER 



1956 


16,767 


5,314 


4,370 


3,085 


1 ,285 


944 


1 .:6J 


7,900 


2,290 


1957 


17,122 


5,868 


4,901 


3,379 


1 ,522 


967 


1 ,476 


7,295 


2,483 


1958 


18,380 


6,822 


5,632 


4,038 


1,594 


1,190 


1,694 


7 ,822 


2,042 


1959 


20,462 


7 ,672 


6,351 


4,531 


1,820 


1,321 


1,752 


8,665 


2,373 


1960 


23,854 


9,845 


8,255 


5,894 


2,361 


1,590 


2,093 


9,581 


2,335 


1961 


26,923 


11,065 


9,245 


6,415 


2,830 


1,820 


1 ,920 


10.539 


3,399 


1962 


26,533 


11,281 


9,510 


6,558 


2,952 


1,771 


1,727 


10,738 


2,787 


1963 


28,534 


12,556 


10,512 


7,252 


3,260 


2,044 


1,528 


10,623 


3,827 


1964 


34,271 


15,859 


13,406 


9,264 


4,142 


2,453 


1 ,840 


12,996 


3,904 


1965 


41,331 


19,178 


16,352 


11,589 


4,763 


2,826 


2 ,056 


15,189 


4,908 


PERCENT 


1956 


100.0 


31.7 


26. 1 


18.4 


7.7 


5.6 


7.5 


47 . 1 


13.7 


1957 


100.0 


34.3 


28.6 


19.7 


8.9 


5.7 


8.6 


42.6 


14.5 


1958 


100.0 


37.1 


30.6 


21.9 


8.7 


6.5 


9.2 


42.6 


11.1 


1959 


100.0 


37.5 


31.0 


22. 1 


8.9 


6.5 


8.6 


42. 3 


11.6 


1960 


100.0 


41.3 


34.6 


24.7 


9.9 


6.7 


8.8 


40. 1 


9.8 


1961 


100.0 


41.1 


34.3 


8 


10.5 


6.8 


7.1 


39.2 


12.6 


1962 


100.0 


42.5 


35.8 


24.7 


11.1 


6.7 


6.5 


40.5 


10.5 


1963 


100.0 


44.0 


36.8 


25.4 


11.4 


7.2 


5.4 


37.2 


13.4 


1964 


100.0 


46.3 


39. 1 


27.0 


12.1 


7.2 


5.4 


37.9 


11.4 


1965 


100.0 


46.4 


39.6 


28. 1 


11.5 


6.8 


5.0 


36.7 


11.9 



"Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate and nursing, 
''working at odd jobs; occupation unknown; deceased. 



NOTE: 1964 figures do not add across. See 1964-65 Annual Report for full information. 



TABLE 

35 

FoUow-up of Male Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 
1956-1965 Graduates in 1956-57 to 1965-66 





Total 
Male 


Continuing Education 


Staying or 
Working at 
Home , 
Married 






Year of 




De^ 


,ree Granting Institutions 




Gainful ly 
Employed 


Other'' 


Graduation 


Graduates 


Total 


Total 


In 

Maryland 


Out of State 


Other* 



NUMBER 



1956 


8,019 


2,563 


2,400 


1,705 


695 


163 


147 


4, 174 


1, 135 


1957 


8,368 


2,836 


2,675 


1,859 


816 


161 


269 


3,837 


1,426 


1958 


8,891 


3,325 


3,096 


2,229 


867 


229 


345 


4,108 


1,113 


1959 


9,861 


3,706 


3,466 


2,517 


949 


240 


384 


4,543 


1,228 


1960 


11,560 


4,857 


4,527 


3,303 


1,224 


330 


456 


5,019 


1,228 


1961 


13,142 


5,524 


5,171 


3,675 


1,496 


353 


357 


5,655 


1,606 


1962 


13,015 


5,629 


5,244 


3,666 


1,578 


385 


308 


5,644 


1,434 


1963 


14,299 


6,000 


5,497 


3,823 


1,674 


503 


261 


5,944 


2,094 


1964 


17,049 


7,786 


7,177 


5,081 


2,096 


609 


247 


7,075 


2,155 


1965 


20,149 


9,623 


8,920 


6,406 


2,514 


703 


202 


7,949 


2,375 


PERCENT 


1956 


100.0 


32.0 


29.9 


21.2 


8.7 


2.1 


1.8 


52. 1 


14. 1 


1957 


100.0 


33.9 


32.0 


22.2 


9.8 


1.9 


3.2 


45.9 


17.0 


1958 


100.0 


37.4 


34.8 


25.1 


9.7 


2.6 


3.9 


46.2 


12.5 


1959 


100.0 


37.6 


35.1 


25.5 


9.6 


2.5 


3.9 


46. 1 


12.4 


1960 


100.0 


42.0 


39.2 


28.6 


10.6 


2.8 


4.0 


43.4 


10.6 


1961 


100.0 


42.0 


39.3 


28.0 


11.3 


2.7 


2.7 


43.0 


12.3 


1962 


100.0 


43.3 


40.3 


28.2 


12.1 


3.0 


2.3 


43.4 


11.0 


1963 


100.0 


42.0 


38.5 


26.8 


11.7 


3.5 


1.8 


41.6 


14.6 


1964 


100.0 


45.7 


42. 1 


29.8 


12.3 


3.6 


1.4 


41 . 5 


12.6 


1965 


100.0 


47. 7 


44.3 


31.8 


12.5 


3.4 


1.0 


3' . 5 


U. 8 



*Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate and nursing. 
'Working at odd jobs; occupation unknown; deceased. 



NOTE: 1964 figures do not add across. See 1964-65 Annual Report for full information. 



TABLE 



37 

FoUow-up of Female Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 

1956-1965 Graduates in 1956-57 to 1965-66 







Continuing Education 








Year of 
Graduation 


Total 
Female 
Graduates 




Degree Granting Institutions 




Staying or 
Working at 
Home, 
Married 


Gainfully 
Employed 




Total 


Total 


In 

Maryland 


Out of State 


Other* 


Other'' 



NUMBER 



1956 


8,748 


2,751 


1,970 


1,380 


590 


781 


1,116 


3,726 


1,155 


1957 


8,754 


3,032 


2,226 


1,520 


706 


806 


1,207 


3,458 


1,057 


1958 


9,489 


3,497 


2,536 


1,809 


727 


961 


1,349 


3,714 


929 


1959 


10,601 


3,966 


2,885 


2,014 


871 


1,081 


1,368 


4,122 


1,145 


1960 


12,294 


4,988 


3,728 


2,591 


1,137 


1,260 


1,637 


4,562 


1,107 


1961 


13,781 


5,541 


4,074 


2,740 


1,334 


1,467 


1,563 


4,884 


1,793 


1962 


13,518 


5,652 


4,266 


2,892 


1,374 


1,386 


1,419 


5,094 


1,353 


1963 


14,235 


6,556 


5,015 


3,429 


1,586 


1,541 


1,267 


4,679 


1,733 


1964 


17,222 


8,073 


6,229 


4,183 


2,046 


1,844 


1,593 


5,921 


1,749 


1965 


21,182 


9,555 


7,432 


5,183 


2,249 


2,123 


1,854 


7,240 


2,533 


PERCENT 


1956 


100.0 


31.4 


22.5 


15.8 


6.7 


8.9 


12.8 


42.6 


13.2 


1957 


100.0 


34.6 


25.4 


17.4 


8.0 


9.2 


13.8 


39.5 


12.1 


1958 


100,0 


36.9 


26.8 


19.1 


7.7 


10. 1 


14.2 


39.1 


9.8 


1959 


100.0 


37.4 


27.2 


19.0 


8.2 


10.2 


12.9 


38.9 


10.8 


1960 


100.0 


40.6 


30.3 


21.1 


9.2 


10.3 


13.3 


37. 1 


9.0 


1961 


100.0 


40.2 


29.6 


19.9 


9.7 


10.6 


11.3 


35.5 


13.0 


1962 


100.0 


41.8 


31.5 


21.4 


10.1 


10.3 


10.5 


37.7 


10.0 


1963 


100.0 


46.1 


35.3 


24.1 


11.2 


10.8 


8.9 


32.8 


12.2 


1964 


100.0 


46.9 


36.2 


24.3 


11.9 


10.7 


9.2 


34.4 


10. 1 


1965 


100.0 


45.1 


35.1 


24.5 


10.6 


10.0 


8.7 


34.2 


12.0 



*Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate and nursing, 
^Working at odd jobs; occupation unknown; deceased. 



NOTE: 1964 figures do not add across. See 1964-65 Annual Report for full information. 



TABLE 

38 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 

1956-57, 1961-62, 1965-66 





1956-57 


1961-62 


1965-66 




Total 


Attending 


Total 


Attending 


Total 


Attending 


Local Unit 


1956 


Degree -Gran ting 


1961 


Degree-Granting 


1965 


Degree-Granting 




Graduates 


Institutions 


Graduates 


Insti tutions 


Graduates 


Ins ti tut ions 






Numb e r 


Percent 




Number 


Percent 




Number 


Percent 


Total State 


16,767 


4,370 


26. 1 


26,923 


9 ,255 


34.4 


41,331 


16,352 


40. 


Allegany 


945 


161 


17.0 


1,091 


275 


25.2 


1,462 


487 


33.3 


Anne Arundel 


940 


229 


24.4 


1,768 


447 


25.3 


2,948 


1,000 


33.9 


Baltimore City 


4,175 


1,226 


29.4 


6,169 


1,914 


31.0 


7,590 


2,151 


28.3 


Bait imo r e 


2,218 


568 


25.6 


4,124 


1,447 


35. 1 


7,233 


3,079 


42.6 


Calvert 


114 


19 


16. 7 


176 


29 


16.5 


247 


40 


16.2 


Caroline 


170 


32 


18.8 


231 


76 


32.9 


275 


87 


31.6 


Carroll 


405 


83 


20.5 


631 


151 


23.9 


832 


206 


24.7 


Cecil 


335 


44 


13.1 


396 


77 


19.4 


555 


118 


21.3 


Charles 


206 


33 


16.0 


315 


78 


24.8 


438 


121 


27.6 


Dorchester 


242 


34 


14.0 


351 


87 


24.8 


424 


124 


29.2 


Frederick 


C C T 

55 J 


79 


14.3 


Tin 


177 


24.6 


1 Ac/ 

1 , U54 


275 


26.1 


Garrett 


227 


37 


16.3 


279 


42 


15.0 


301 


52 


17.3 


Harford 


493 


129 


26.2 


800 


275 


34.4 


1,238 


546 


44. 1 


Howard 


199 


29 


14.6 


336 


89 


26.5 


588 


207 


35.2 


Kent 


147 


19 


12.9 


154 


28 


18.2 


196 


53 


27.0 


Montgomery 


1,728 


830 


48.0 


3,704 


2,210 


59.7 


6,591 


4,142 


62.8 


Prince George's 


1,822 


451 


24.7 


3,227 


1,237 


38.3 


5,854 


2,664 


45.5 


Queen Anne ' s 


143 


22 


15.4 


156 


32 


20.5 


203 


44 


21.7 


St. Mary's 


120 


12 


10.0 


220 


41 


18.6 


359 


95 


26.5 


Somerset 


162 


22 


13.6 


217 


43 


19.8 


263 


80 


30.4 


Talbot 


167 


48 


28.7 


216 


56 


25.9 


272 


67 


24.6 


Washington 


762 


135 


17.7 


906 


227 


25.1 


1,460 


400 


27.4 


Wicomico 


303 


86 


28.4 


500 


155 


31.0 


625 


211 


33.8 


Worcester 


19 1 


42 


22.0 


237 


62 


26.1 


323 


103 


31.9 



TABLE 

39 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Male Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 

1956-57, 1961-62, 1965-66 





1956-57 


1961-62 


1965-66 




Total 1956 


Attending 


Total 1961 


Attending 


Total 1965 


Attending 


Local Unit 


Male 


Degree -G rant ing 


Ma 1 e 


Degree-Grant ing 


Male 


Degree-Grant ing 




Graduates 


Institutions 


Graduates 


Institutions 


Graduates 


Institutions 






N'umber 


Percent 




Number 


Percent 




Number 


Percent 


Total State 


8,019 


2,400 


29.9 


13, 142 


5,171 


39. 3 


20, 149 


8,920 


44.3 


Allegany 


450 


89 


19.8 


584 


178 


30.5 


736 


287 


39.0 


Anne Arundel 


412 


115 


27.9 


837 


251 


30.0 


1 ,418 


570 


40.2 


Baltimore City 


1,989 


730 


36.7 


2,945 


1,126 


38.2 


3,630 


1 ,192 


32.8 


Bal t imore 


1 ,063 


309 


29 . 1 


1,982 


822 


41.5 


3,512 


1 ,753 


49.9 


Calvert 


56 


12 


21.4 


89 


19 


21.3 


106 


21 


19.8 


Carol ine 


85 


19 


22.3 


129 


41 


31 .8 


133 


41 


30.8 


Carroll 


194 


41 


21 . 1 


304 


80 


26.3 


405 


102 


25.2 


Cecil 


148 


23 


15.5 


178 


32 


18.0 


267 


61 


22.8 


Charles 


89 


16 


18.0 


146 


44 


30.1 


195 


57 


29.2 


Dorches ter 


112 


17 


15.2 


179 


47 


26.3 


210 


69 


32.9 


Freder ick 


256 


34 


13.3 


337 


92 


27.3 


529 


158 


29.9 


Garrett 


120 


19 


15.8 


142 


30 


21.1 


152 


29 


19.1 


Harford 


238 


66 


27.7 


397 


154 


38.8 


567 


283 


49.9 


Howard 


85 


13 


15.3 


170 


52 


30.6 


288 


114 


39.6 


Kent 


80 


10 


12.5 


81 


17 


21.0 


90 


28 


31.1 


Montgomery 


856 


415 


48.5 


1 .862 


1 ,144 


61 .4 


3,248 


2,116 


65.1 


Prince George's 


887 


258 


29. 1 


1 ,547 


698 


45.1 


2,901 


1 ,484 


51.1 


Queen Anne's 


69 


11 


15.9 


76 


16 


21 . 1 


98 


22 


22.4 


St. Mary's 


52 


8 


15.4 


115 


19 


16.5 


176 


49 


27.8 


Somerset 


85 


13 


15.3 


110 


24 


21.8 


132 


53 


40. 1 


Talbot 


75 


25 


33.3 


105 


29 


27.6 


142 


32 


22.5 


Washington 


373 


76 


20.4 


462 


134 


29.0 


737 


229 


31 . 1 


W i c om i c 


148 


56 


37.8 


252 


88 


34.9 


313 


112 


35.8 


Worcester 


97 


25 


25.8 


113 


34 


30. 1 


164 


58 


35.4 



TABLE 

40 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Female Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 

1956-57, 1961-62, 1965-66 





1956-57 


1961-62 


1965-66 




Total 1956 


At tend ing 


Total 1961 


At tending 


Total 1965 


At tending 


Local Unit 


Female 


Degree-Grant ing 


Female 


Degree-Grant ing 


Female 


Degree-Grant ing 




Gr adua tes 


Ins t i tut ions 


Graduates 


Institutions 


Graduates 


Institutions 






Number 


Percent 




Number 


Percent 




Number 


Percent 


Total State 


8 , 748 


1 ,970 


22.5 


13,781 


4 ,084 


29.6 


21 ,182 


7,432 


(5.1 


Allegany 


495 


72 


14 . 5 


507 


97 


19.1 


726 


200 


27 . 5 


Anne Arundel 


o 


114 


21.6 


7 J i 


196 


21.1 


i , J jU 


430 


28 . 1 


Baltimore City 


2,186 


496 


22.7 


3,224 


788 


24 .4 


3,960 


959 


24 . 2 


1 f" 1 TTirt 1* A 


1 ,155 


259 


22.4 


2,142 


625 


29.2 


3,721 


1,326 


35.6 


Calvert 


58 


7 


12.1 


87 


10 


11.5 


141 


19 


13.5 


Caroline 


85 


13 


15.3 


102 


35 


34 . 3 


142 


46 


32 .4 


Carroll 




42 


19.9 


"5 7 


7 1 


21.7 




104 


24 . 3 


Cecil 


187 


21 


11.2 


218 


45 


20.6 


288 


57 


19.8 




117 


17 


14.5 


169 


34 


20.1 


243 


64 


26.3 


Dorchester 


130 


17 


13.1 


172 


40 


23. 3 


214 


55 


25.7 


Frederick 


O Q "7 


45 


15.1 


TOO 

3o2 


85 


22.3 


525 


117 


22.3 


Garrett 


107 


18 


16.8 


137 


12 


8.7 


149 


23 


15.4 


na r £ o r u 


255 


63 


24.7 


403 


121 


30.0 


671 


263 


39.2 


Howard 


114 


16 


14.0 


166 


37 


22. 3 


300 


93 


31.0 


Kent 


67 


9 


13.4 


73 


11 


15.1 


106 


25 


23.6 


Montgomery 


872 


415 


47.6 


1,842 


1 ,066 


57.9 


3,343 


2,026 


60.6 


Prince George's 


935 


193 


20.6 


1,680 


539 


32.1 


2,953 


1,180 


39.9 


Queen Anne ' s 


74 


11 


14.9 


80 


16 


20.0 


105 


22 


20.9 


St. Mary's 


68 


4 


5.9 


105 


22 


20.9 


183 


46 


25.1 


Somerset 


77 


9 


11.7 


107 


19 


17.7 


131 


27 


20.6 


Talbot 


92 


23 


25.0 


111 


27 


24.3 


130 


35 


26.9 


Washington 


389 


59 


15.2 


444 


93 


20.9 


723 


171 


23.7 


Wicomico 


155 


30 


19.3 


248 


67 


27 .0 


312 


99 


31.7 


Worces ter 


94 


17 


18.1 


124 


28 


22.6 


159 


45 


28.3 



TABLE 

41 

Number and Percent of All Maryland Public High School Graduates Continuing Education: 

1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 
Graduates 




Number Continuing 


Educat ion 




Percent Continuing Education 


Total 


Degree-Granting Institutions 


t)cher 


Total 


Degree-Granting 


1 ns t i tut ions 


Other'*' 


Total 


In Maryland 


Out of State 


Total 


In Maryland 


Out of 


State 


Total State 


41 , 331 


19, 178 


16, 352 


11 ,589 


4,763 


2,826 


46 


4 


39 


5 


28 




11 


.5 


6.8 


Allegany 


1 ,462 


651 


487 


383 


104 


164 


44 


5 


33 


. 3 


26 


2 


7 


. 1 


11.2 


Anne Arundel 


2,948 


1,229 


1 ,000 


746 


254 


229 


41 


7 


33 


.9 


25 


3 


8 


.6 


7 8 


Baltimore City 


7,590 


2,430 


2, 151 


1 ,845 


306 


279 


32 





28 


.3 


24 


3 


4 


.0 


3.7 


Baltimore 


7 9 Tl 


J , / 


3,079 


2,360 


719 


A 1 
O J J 


51 


6 


42 


.6 


32 


6 


10 


.0 


9.0 


Calvert 


247 


69 


40 


33 


7 


29 


27 


9 


16 


_ 2 


1 3 


4 


2 


.8 


11.7 


Caroline 


275 


109 


87 


63 


24 


22 


39 


6 


31 


.6 


22 


9 


8 


. 7 


8.0 


Carroll 


832 


297 


206 


134 


72 


91 


35 


7 


24 


.8 


16 


1 


8 


.7 


10 . 9 


Cecil 


555 


175 


118 


64 


54 


57 


31 


5 


21 


.2 


11 


5 


9 


.7 


10.3 


Char 1 68 


• '♦Jo 


1 *v7 
L J J 


121 


90 


31 


JD 


35 


8 


27 


. 6 


20 


5 


7 


.1 


8.2 


Dorchester 


424 


184 


124 


93 


31 


60 


43 


3 


29 


.2 


21 


9 


7 


. 3 


14. 1 


Frederick 


1,054 


362 


275 


209 


66 


87 


34 


3 


26 


. 1 


19 


8 


6 


. 3 


o o 
8 . Z 


Garrett 


301 


79 


52 


35 


17 


27 


26 


2 


17 


.2 


11 


6 


5 


.6 


9.0 


Harford 


1 ,238 


636 


546 


424 


122 


90 


51 


3 


44 


. 1 


34 


2 


9 


.9 


7.2 


Howard 


588 


244 


207 


151 


56 


37 


41.4 


35 


.2 


25 


7 


9 


.5 


6.2 


Kent 


196 


88 


53 


38 


15 


35 


44 


8 


27 


.0 


19 


3 


7 


.7 


17.8 


Montgomery 


6,591 


4,416 


4,142 


2,321 


1,821 


274 


67 





62 


.8 


35 


2 


27 


.6 


4.2 


Prince George's 


5,854 


2,990 


2,664 


1 ,939 


725 


326 


51 


1 


45 


.5 


33 


1 


12 


.4 


5.6 


Queen Anne's 


203 


78 


44 


23 


21 


34 


38 


4 


21 


.7 


11 


3 


10 


.4 


16.7 


St. Mary's 


359 


114 


95 


70 


25 


19 


31 


7 


26 


.4 


19 


4 


7 


.0 


5.3 


Somerset 


263 


117 


80 


66 


14 


37 


44 


5 


30 


.4 


25 


1 


5 


.3 


14.1 


Talbot 


272 


93 


67 


47 


20 


26 


34 


1 


34 


.6 


17 


3 


7 


.3 


9.5 


Washington 


1 ,460 


530 


400 


261 


139 


130 


36 


3 


27 


.4 


17 


9 


9 


.5 


8.9 


Wicomico 


625 


251 


211 


125 


86 


40 


40 


1 


33 


.7 


20 





13 


.7 


6.4 


Worcester 


323 


147 


103 


69 


34 


44 


45 


5 


31 


.8 


21 


3 


10 


.5 


13.7 



"Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate and nursing. 



TABLE 

42 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Male Graduates Continuing Education: 

1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 
Male 

Grnduatcs 






Number Continuing 


Education 






Percent Continuing Education 


Total 


Dt'j;rce-Granting Institutions 


Other- 




Total 


Dp a 


Lt-t- oiailLill^ 


I [loL J.LUL lUIla 


Other-- 


Total 


In Maryland 


Out of State 


Total 


In Maryland 


Out of State 


Total State 


20,149 




9,623 


8,920 


6,406 


2,514 


703 




47.7 


44.3 


31.8 


12.5 


3.4 


Al legany 


7 36 




321 


287 


221 


66 


34 




43.6 


39.0 


30.0 


9.0 


4.6 


Anne Arundel 


1 ,418 




613 


570 


446 


124 


43 




43.2 


40 . 2 


31.5 


8 . 7 


3 . 


Baltimore City 


3,630 




1,277 


1 ,192 


992 


200 


85 




35.2 


32.8 


27.3 


5.5 


2.4 


Baltimore 


3 ,512 




1 ,894 


1 ,753 


1,354 


399 


141 




53.9 


49.9 


38.5 


11.4 


4.0 


Calvert 


106 




27 


21 


16 


5 


6 




25.5 


19.8 


15.1 


4.7 


5.7 


Caroline 


133 




50 


41 


27 


14 


9 




37.6 


30.8 


20. 3 


10.5 


6.8 


Carroll 


405 




121 


102 


65 


37 


19 




29 . 9 


25 . 2 


16 . 1 


9 . 1 


4 . 7 


Cecil 


267 




75 


61 


28 


33 


14 




28.1 


22.8 


10.5 


12.3 


5.3 


Charles 


195 




66 


57 


45 


12 


9 




33.8 


29.2 


23.1 


6.1 


4.6 


Dorchester 


210 




85 


69 


55 


14 


16 




40.5 


32.9 


26.2 


6.7 


7.6 


Frederick 


529 




177 


158 


117 


41 


19 




33 . 5 


29.9 


22 . 1 


7 .8 


3. 6 


Garrett 


152 




40 


29 


21 


8 


11 




26.3 


19.1 


13.8 


5.3 


7.2 


Harford 


567 




299 


283 


222 


61 


16 




52.7 


49.9 


39. 1 


10.8 


2.8 


Howard 


288 




124 


114 


88 


26 


10 




43.1 


39.6 


30.6 


9.0 


3.5 


Kent 


90 




37 


28 


21 


7 


9 




41.1 


31 . 1 


23. 3 


7.8 


10.0 


Montgomery 


3,248 




2,211 


2,116 


1 ,210 


906 


95 




68.1 


65. 1 


37.2 


27.9 


3.0 


Prince George's 


2,901 




1,576 


1,484 


1,125 


359 


92 




54.3 


51.1 


38.8 


12.3 


3.2 


Queen Anne ' s 


98 




29 


22 


10 


12 


7 




29.6 


22.4 


10.2 


12.2 


7.2 


St. Mary's 


176 




54 


49 


39 


10 


5 




30.7 


27.8 


22.1 


5.7 


2.9 


Somerset 


132 




59 


53 


44 


9 


6 




44.7 


40.2 


33.4 


6.8 


4.5 


Talbot 


142 




41 


32 


22 


10 


9 




28.9 


22.5 


15.5 


7.0 


6.4 


Washington 


7 37 




253 


229 


149 


80 


24 




34.3 


31.1 


20.2 


10.9 


3.2 


Wicomico 


313 




121 


112 


53 


59 


9 




38.7 


35.8 


17.0 


18.8 


2.9 


Worces ter 


164 




73 


58 


36 


22 


15 




44.5 


35.4 


22.0 


13.4 


^. 1 



••Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate and nursing. 



TABLE 

43 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Female Graduates Continuing Education: 

1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 
Female 




Number Continuing 


Education 




Percent Continuing Education 


Total 


Degree-Granting Institutions 


Other* 


Total 


Degree-Granting 


Institutions 


Other* 


Total 


In Maryland 


Out of State 


Total 


In Maryland 




Total State 


21,182 


9,555 


7,432 


5,183 


2,249 


2,123 


45.1 


35.1 


24.5 


10.6 


10.0 


Allegany 


726 


330 


200 


162 


38 


130 


45.5 


27.6 


22.3 


5.3 


17.9 


Anne Arundel 


1,530 


616 


430 


300 


130 


186 


40.3 


28.1 


19.6 


8.5 


12.2 


Baltimore City 


3,960 


1,153 


959 


853 


106 


194 


29. 1 


24.2 


21.5 


2.7 


4.9 


Baltimore 


3,721 


1,838 


1,326 


1,006 


320 


512 


49.4 


35.6 


27.0 


8.6 


13.8 


Calvert 


141 


42 


19 


17 


2 


23 


29.8 


13.5 


12.1 


1.4 


16.3 


Caroline 


142 


59 


46 


36 


10 


13 


41.5 


32.4 


25.4 


7.0 


9. 1 


Carroll 


427 


176 


104 


69 


35 


72 


41.2 


24.4 


16.2 


8.2 


16.8 


Ceci 1 


288 


100 


57 


36 


21 


43 


34.7 


19.8 


12.5 


7.3 


14.9 


Charles 


243 


91 


64 


45 


19 


27 


37.4 


26.3 


18.5 


7.8 


11.1 


Dorchester 


214 


99 


55 


38 


17 


44 


46.3 


25.7 


17.8 


7.9 


20.6 


Frederick 


525 


185 


117 


92 


25 


68 


35.2 


22,3 


17.5 


4.8 


12.9 




149 


39 


23 


14 


9 


16 


26.2 


15.4 


9.4 


6.0 


10.8 


Harford 


671 


337 


263 


202 


61 


74 


50.2 


39.2 


30.1 


9.1 


11.0 


Howard 


300 


120 


93 


63 


30 


27 


40.0 


31.0 


21.0 


10.0 


9.0 


Kent 


106 


51 


25 


17 


8 


26 


48.1 


23.6 


16.0 


7.6 


24.5 


Montgomery 


3,343 


2,205 


2,026 


1,111 


915 


179 


65.9 


60.6 


33.2 


27.4 


5.3 


Prince George' s 


2,953 


1,414 


1,180 


814 


366 


234 


47.9 


40.0 


27.6 


12.4 


7.9 


Queen Anne ' s 


105 


49 


22 


13 


9 


27 


46.7 


21.0 


12.4 


8.6 


25.7 


St. Mary's 


183 


60 


46 


31 


15 


14 


32.8 


25.1 


16.9 


8.2 


7.7 


Somerset 


131 


58 


27 


22 


5 


31 


44. 3 


20,6 


16.8 


3.8 


23.7 


Talbot 


130 


52 


35 


25 


10 


17 


40.0 


26,9 


19.2 


7.7 


13.1 


Washington 


723 


277 


171 


112 


59 


106 


38.3 


23,7 


15.5 


8.2 


14.6 


Wicomico 


312 


130 


99 


72 


27 


31 


41.7 


31,7 


23.1 


8.6 


10.0 


Worcester 


159 


11* 


45 


33 


12 


29 


46.5 


28,3 


20.8 


7.5 


18.2 



*Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate and nursing. 



TABLE 

44 



Follow-up of All Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total Graduates 


Number Continuing Education 


Total 


Two-Year 
Colleges 


Four-Year 
Colleges 


Art, Drama, or 
Music School 


Trade, Commercial, or 
Vocational School 


College-prep or 
Postgraduate School 


Mursing 


Total State: Number 


41,331 


19 178 


4 ,406 


1 J. , / JO 


208 


? 1 fiS 

^ , X U J 


1 fin 




Percent 




46.4 


10.7 


28.4 


0.5 


5.2 


0.4 


1.2 


Allegany 


1,462 


651 


198 


289 




130 


1 


33 


Anne Arundel- 


2,948 


1,229 


290 


696 


14 


168 


15 


46 


Baltimore City 


7,590 


2,430 


535 


1,566 


50 


185 


42 


52 


Baltimore-- 


7,233 


3,732 


833 


2,173 


73 


500 


30 


123 


Calvert 


247 


69 


6 


34 




22 




7 


Caroline 


275 


109 


15 


71 


1 


19 


1 


2 


Carroll 


832 


297 


34 


171 


1 


72 


1 


18 


Cecil 


555 


175 


23 


94 


1 


46 


3 


8 


Charles 


438 


157 


43 


77 


1 


30 




6 


Dorchester 


424 


184 


13 


107 


4 


45 


3 


12 


Frederick 


1,054 


362 


97 


175 


3 


77 


1 


9 


Garrett 


301 


79 


10 


42 




27 






Harford 


1,238 


636 


260 


277 


9 


68 




22 


Howard 


588 


244 


57 


148 


2 


27 




10 


Kent 


196 


88 


5 


47 


1 


26 




9 


Montgomery 


6,591 


4,416 


1,142 


2,981 


19 


213 


35 


26 


Prince George ' s 


5,854 


2,990 


593 


2,053 


18 


247 


21 


58 


Queen Anne ' s 


203 


78 


13 


30 


1 


30 




4 


St. Mary's 


359 


114 


35 


58 


2 


16 


3 




Somerset 


263 


117 


4 


76 




29 




8 


Talbot 


272 


93 


4 


61 


2 


21 




5 


Washington 


1,460 


530 


161 


236 


3 


102 


2 


26 


Wicomico 


625 


251 


23 


186 


2 


30 


2 


8 


Worcester 


323 


147 


12 


90 




35 




9 



"••Breakdown includes duplicates of boys and girls studying and working as follows; Anne Arundel County, 14; Baltimore County, 156; 
Total, 170. 



TABLE 

44 



Follow-up of All Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 





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Total State: Number 


15,359 


2,412 


452 


378 


7,593 


835 


1,525 


112 


1,224 


828 


6,964 


1,215 


841 


4,908 


Percent 


37 .2 


5.8 


1.1 


0.9 


18.4 


2.0 


3.7 


0.3 


3.0 


2.0 


16.8 


2.9 


2.0 


11.9 


Allegany 


558 


211 


11 


9 


181 


13 


46 


2 


43 


42 


253 


103 


131 


19 


Anne Arundel"'^ 


1 ,446 


244 


26 


17 


812 


70 


140 


- 


52 


85 


287 


124 


50 


113 


Baltimore City 


1 ,804 


68 


142 


- 


1,179 


75 


176 


1 


55 


108 


3,356 


47 


- 


3,309 


Baltimore- 


J , 993 


464 


77 


9 


1,625 


151 


289 


14 


271 


93 


664 


133 


165 


366 


Calvert 


131 


21 


- 


16 


39 


15 


9 


22 


- 


9 


47 


15 


12 


20 


Caroline 


118 


20 


2 


12 


24 


10 


5 


1 


43 


1 


48 


23 


15 


10 


Carroll 


473 


100 


3 


10 


158 


59 


60 


- 


59 


24 


62 


38 


11 


13 


Cecil 


311 


84 


12 


21 


106 


4 


21 


- 


45 


18 


69 


45 


20 


4 


Charles 


223 


22 


4 


10 


88 


6 


53 


12 


2 


26 


58 


28 


10 


20 


Dorchester 


i / D 




1 


Q 

o 


J J 


Q 
7 


i D 




C 1 

D L 




D'+ 




9 


L O 


Frederick 


596 


141 


9 


58 


234 


27 


57 


2 


51 


17 


96 


82 


12 


2 


Garrett 


165 


29 


3 


30 


62 


6 


1 


11 


19 


4 


57 


28 


19 


10 


Harford 


488 


84 


6 


12 


188 


15 


51 


7 


66 


59 


114 


60 


28 


26 


Howard 


284 


31 


9 


11 


149 


16 


25 


2 


26 


15 


60 


26 


4 


30 


Kent 


82 


19 


2 


14 


17 


2 


8 


1 


17 


2 


26 


13 


11 


2 


Montgomery 


1,530 


211 


71 


31 


895 


80 


155 


4 


16 


67 


645 


112 


43 


490 


Prince George's 


2,324 


240 


53 


30 


1,288 


161 


240 


20 


141 


151 


540 


122 


79 


339 


Queen Anne ' s 


92 


29 




13 


18 


5 


9 


1 


12 


5 


33 


15 


12 


6 


St. Mary's 


206 


58 


1 


11 


86 


9 


16 


8 


8 


9 


39 


17 


10 


12 


Somerset 


118 


26 


2 


4 


15 


3 


21 


1 


33 


13 


28 


10 


10 


8 


Talbot 


142 


40 


1 


12 


45 


14 


13 


1 


8 


8 


37 


16 


14 


7 


Washington 


679 


132 


9 


19 


214 


54 


86 


2 


124 


39 


251 


103 


104 


44 


Wicomico 


289 


78 


6 


4 


81 


25 


16 




62 


17 


85 


13 


35 


37 


Worcester 


131 


30 


2 


17 


36 


6 


13 




20 




45 


19 


23 


3 



*Breakdown includes duplicates of boys and girls studying and working as follows: Anne Arundel County, 14; Baltimore County, 156; 
Total, 170. 



TABLE 

45 



FoUow-up of Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total Male 
Graduates 


Number Continuing Education 


Total 


Two-Year 
Colleges 


Four-Year 
Colleges 


Art, Drama, or 
Music School 


Trade, Commercial, or 
Vocational School 


College-prep or 
Postgraduate School 


Nursing 




20, 149 


9,623 


2,693 


6,121 


106 


586 


113 


4 




Percent 




47.7 


13.4 


30.4 


0.5 


2.9 


0.5 






Allegany 


736 


321 


136 


151 




33 


1 






Anne Arundel* 


1,418 


613 


189 


375 


6 


29 


14 






Baltimore City 


3,630 


1,277 


290 


873 


29 


63 


22 






DdX L 1.1UU L c 


3,512 


1,894 


519 


1,192 


42 


126 


15 






a i ver L 


106 


27 


4 


17 




6 








Caroline 


133 


50 


6 


34 . 


1 


8 


1 






Carroll 


405 


121 


20 


81 


1 


18 


1 






Cecil 


267 


75 


10 


50 


1 


12 


2 






Lnaries 


195 


66 


28 


29 




9 










210 


85 


6 


59 


4 


13 


2 


1 




Frederick 


529 


177 


59 


98 


1 


18 


1 






Garrett 


152 


40 


7 


22 




11 








Harford 


567 


299 


156 


123 


4 


15 




1 




Howard 


288 


124 


31 


82 


1 


8 




2 




Kent 


90 


37 


3 


24 


1 


9 








Montgomery 


3,248 


2,211 


654 


1,460 


2 


62 


33 






Prince George's 


2,901 


1,576 


425 


1,051 


8 


74 


18 






Queen Anne ' s 


98 


29 


7 


14 


1 


7 








St. Mary's 


176 


54 


19 


30 




5 








Somerset 


132 


59 


2 


51 




6 








Talbot 


142 


41 


1 


31 




9 








Washington 


737 


253 


102 


125 


2 


23 


1 






Wicomico 


313 


121 


13 


98 


1 


7 


2 






Worcester 


164 


73 


6 


51 


1 


15 









*Breakdown includes duplicates of boys studying and working as follows: Anne Arundel, 11; Baltimore County, 103; Total, 114. 
''Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

45 



Follow-up of Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 





Number Employed 


Other 


Local Unit 


Total 


Protective Service 
Workers (Includes 
Armed Forces) 


Professional and 
Proprietors 


Agriculture, Fishing, 
or Lumbering 


Clerical, Sales, and 
Kindred Workers 


Craftsmen 


Operatives 


Domestic Service 
Workers 


Manufacturing 6 Non- 
manuf acturing-Opera- 
tors and Laborers 


Other Service 
Workers 


Total 


Staying or Working 
at Home 


Miscellaneous and 
Unknown 


Total State: Number 


8,063 


2,324 


306 


345 


1,691 


819 


1,329 


2 


886 


361 


2,577 


202 


2,375 


Percent 


40 . 


11.5 


1 . 5 


1 . 7 


8.4 


4 . 1 


6.6 


T 


4 .4 


1 . 8 


12.0 


1 . 


11 o 

11.8 


Allegany 


363 


205 


10 


9 


39 


13 


42 




30 


15 


52 


40 


12 


Anne Arundel* 


744 


238 


16 


16 


202 


70 


120 




46 


36 


72 


6 


66 


Baltimore City 


844 


61 


104 




331 


74 


129 




46 


99 


1,509 




1,509 


Baltimore'- 


1 ,508 


443 


51 


8 


340 


151 


259 


1 


222 


33 


213 


41 


172 


Calvert 


68 


20 




16 


6 


14 


9 






3 


11 


1 


10 


Caroline 


79 


19 


1 


12 




10 


5 




32 




4 




4 


Larro i i 


279 


95 


3 


8 


19 


58 


39 




47 


10 


5 


1 


4 


Cecil 


187 


83 


3 


21 


19 


4 


18 




34 


5 


5 


2 


3 


Charles 


HO 


22 


4 


10 


9 


6 


44 




1 


14 


19 


1 


18 


Dorchester 


103 


28 




8 


13 


6 


7 




38 


3 


22 


7 


15 




349 


140 


6 


33 


66 


27 


49 




24 


4 


3 


1 


2 


Garrett 


96 


29 


2 


30 


16 


6 


1 




12 




16 


6 


10 


Harford 


249 


77 


6 


12 


26 


15 


44 


1 


40 


28 
10 


19 
13 


5 


14 


Howard 


151 


31 


9 


11 


31 


15 


25 




19 


1 


12 


Kent 


50 


19 


1 


14 


2 


2 


6 




6 




3 


1 


2 


Montgomery 


766 


203 


44 


31 


218 


78 


153 




16 


23 


271 


12 


259 


Prince George's 


1 ,099 


230 


32 


30 


259 


160 


234 




96 


58 


226 


19 


207 


Queen Anne ' s 


62 


25 




10 


1 


5 


9 




12 




7 


3 


4 


St. Mary's 


118 


57 


1 


10 


18 


9 


14 




8 


1 


4 




4 


Somerset 


68 


26 




4 


2 


3 


16 




17 




5 


2 


3 


Talbot 


93 


39 


1 


12 


12 


8 


12 




6 


3 


8 


4 


4 


Washington 


421 


128 


7 


19 


50 


54 


71 




85 


7 


63 


36 


27 


Wicomico 


170 


77 


3 


4 


8 


25 


11 




36 


6 


22 


11 


11 


Worcester 


86 


29 


2 


17 


4 


6 


12 




13 


3 


5 


2 


3 



^Breakdown includes duplicates of boys studying and working as follows: Anne Arundel, 11; Baltimore County, 103; Total, 114. 



Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

46 



Follow-up of Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total Female 
Graduates 


Number Continuing Education 


Total 


Two-Year 
Colleges 


Four-Year 
Colleges 


Art, Drama, or 
Music School 


Trade, Commercial, or 
Vocational School 


College-prep or 
Postgraduate School 


Nursing 


Total State: Number 


21,182 


9,555 


1,713 


5,617 


102 


1,579 


47 


497 


Percent 


- 


45.1 


8.1 


26.5 


0.5 


7.5 


0.2 


2.3 


Al legany 


726 


330 


62 


138 




97 




33 


Anne Arundel* 


1,530 


616 


101 


321 


8 


139 


1 


46 


Baltimore City 


3,960 


1,153 


245 


693 


21 


122 


20 


52 


Baltimore* 


3,721 


1,838 


314 


981 


31 


374 


15 


123 


Calvert 


141 


42 


2 


17 




16 




7 


Caroline 


142 


59 


9 


37 




11 




2 


Carroll 


427 


176 


14 


90 




54 




18 


Cecil 


288 


100 


13 


44 




34 


1 


8 


Charles 


243 


91 


15 


48 


1 


21 




6 


Dorchester 


214 


99 


7 


48 




32 


1 


11 


Frederick 


525 


185 


38 


77 


2 


59 




9 


Garrett 


149 


39 


3 


20 




16 






Harford 


671 


337 


104 


154 


5 


53 




21 


Howard 


300 


120 


26 


66 


1 


19 




8 


Kent 


106 


51 


2 


23 




17 




9 


Montgomery 


3,343 


2,205 


488 


1,521 


17 


151 


2 


26 


Prince George's 


2,953 


1,414 


168 


1 ,002 


10 


173 


3 


58 


Queen Anne's 


105 


49 


6 


16 




23 




4 


St. Mary's 


183 


60 


16 


28 


2 


11 


3 




Somerset 


131 


58 


2 


25 




23 




8 


Talbot 


130 


52 


3 


30 


2 


12 




5 


Washington 


723 


277 


59 


111 


1 


79 


1 


26 


Wicomico 




130 


10 


88 


1 


23 




8 


Worcester 




74 


6 


39 




20 




9 



*Breakdown includes duplicates of girls studying and working as follows: Anne Arundel County, 3; Baltimore County, 53; Total, 56. 



TABLE 

46 



Follow-up of Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Number Employed 



Other 



Local Unit 


Total 


Protective Service 
Workers (Includes 
Armed Forces) 


Professional and 
Proprietors 


Agriculture, Fishing, 
or Lumbering 


Clerical, Sales, and 
Kindred Workers 


Craftsmen 


Operatives 


Domestic Service 
Workers 


Manufacturing & Non- 
manufactu ring-Opera- 
tors and Laborers 


Other Service 
Workers 


Total 


Married 


Staying or Working 
at Home 


Miscellaneous and 
Unknown 


Total State: Number 


7,296 


88 


146 


33 


5,902 


16 


196 


110 


338 


467 


4,387 


1,215 


639 


2,533 


Percent 


34.4 


0.4 


0.7 


0.1 


27.9 


0.1 


0.9 


0.5 


1.6 


2.2 


20.7 


5.7 


3.0 


12.0 


Al legany 


195 


6 


1 




142 




4 


7 


13 


27 


201 


103 


91 


7 


Anne Arundel"'' 


702 


6 


10 


1 


610 




20 




6 


49 


215 


124 


44 


47 


Baltimore City 


960 


7 


38 




848 


1 


47 


1 


9 


9 


1,847 


47 




1 ,800 


Baltimore"" 


1,485 


21 


26 


1 


1,285 




30 


13 


49 


60 


451 


133 


124 


194 


Calvert 


63 


1 






33 


1 




22 




6 


36 


15 


11 


10 


Caroline 


39 


1 


1 




24 






1 


11 


1 


44 


23 


15 


6 


V> cJ L LULL 


194 


5 




2 


139 


1 


21 




12 


14 


57 


38 


10 


9 


Cecil 


124 


1 


9 




87 




3 




11 


13 


64 


45 


18 


1 


v.' lid L 1. C O 


113 








79 




9 


12 


1 


12 


39 


28 


9 


2 


Dorchester 


73 


2 


1 




40 


3 


8 




13 


6 


42 


23 


16 


3 


Frederick 


247 


1 


i 


25 


168 




8 


2 


27 


13 


93 


82 


11 




Garrett 


69 




1 




46 






11 


7 


4 


41 


28 


13 




Harford 


239 


7 






162 




7 


6 


26 


31 


95 


60 


23 


12 


Howard 


133 








118 


1 




2 


7 


5 


47 


26 


3 


18 


Kent 


32 




1 




15 




2 


1 


11 


2 


23 


13 


10 




Montgomery 


764 


8 


27 




677 


2 




4 




44 


374 


112 


31 


231 


Prince George's 


1,225 


10 


21 




1 ,029 


1 


6 


20 


45 


93 


314 


122 


60 


132 


Queen Anne ' s 


30 


4 




3 


17 






1 




5 


26 


15 


9 


2 


St. Mary's 


88 


1 




1 


68 




2 


8 




8 


35 


17 


10 


8 


Somerset 


50 




2 




13 




5 


1 


16 


13 


23 


10 


8 


5 


Talbot 


49 


1 






33 


6 


1 


1 


2 


5 


29 


16 


10 


3 


Washington 


258 


4 


2 




164 




15 


2 


39 


32 


188 


103 


68 


17 


Wicomico 


119 


1 


J 




73 




5 




26 


11 


63 


13 


24 


26 


Worcester 


45 


1 






32 




1 




7 


4 


40 


19 


21 





■Breakdown includes duplicates of girls studying and working as follows: Anne Arundel County, 3; Baltimore County, 53; Total, 56. 



TABLE 

47 



Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 







Colleges and Universities 




Total All 
Maryland Colleges 


Baltimore College 
of Commerce 


Bowie State 
College 


College of Notre 
Dame of Maryland 


Columbia Union 
College 


Coppin State 
College 


Eastern College 


Frostburg State 
College 


Goucher College 


Hood College 


Johns Hopkins 
University 


Loyola College 


The Maryland 
Institute 


Maryland State 
College 


Morgan State 
College 


Mount St. Agnes 
College 


Mount St. Mary's 
College 


Peabody Institute of 
the City of Balto. 


St. John's College 

1 


St. Joseph's 
College 


iSt. Mary's Seminary 
and University 


Salisbury State 
College 


Trt 1- a 1 <i ^ a ^ o 
lULal OLciLc 


11,589 


55 


100 


9 


8 


94 


14 


412 


36 


56 


166 


45 


136 


176 


518 


13 


23 


41 


7 


11 


14 


191 




383 






1 




1 




171 






3 












1 












Anno Ai"tinriA 1 


746 


4 


26 


1 




3 


2 


16 


1 


3 


6 




14 


18 


20 


2 


2 


1 


2 


1 




12 


Baltimore City 


1,845 


16 


2 


2 


2 


87 


5 


U 


10 


5 


57 


27 


35 


29 


329 


5 




10 


1 






13 


Baltimore 


2,360 


30 


4 


1 


1 


2 


6 


60 


11 


7 


43 


18 


46 


5 


34 


3 


10 


17 






11 


31 


Calvert 


33 




2 










1 




1 






2 


1 


8 






1 












63 




2 










1 




1 






1 


11 


5 














14 


Carrol 1 


134 


3 












10 


1 


1 


5 








4 




2 


3 




1 


1 


4 


Cecil 


64 








1 






1 


1 


3 


3 




2 




2 




1 










12 


Charles 


90 




4 










2 




1 








8 


9 










2 






Dorchester 


93 




11 










1 




2 


1 




5 


8 


11 














17 


r L t: r XL. K. 


209 














19 




5 


1 




3 


1 


4 




3 


1 




1 




1 


Garrett 


35 














24 






1 
























Harford 


424 




5 








1 


5 


1 


2 


3 




5 


13 


8 






4 




1 




9 


Howard 


151 


















1 


1 




2 


2 


4 
















Kent 


38 




2 


1 


1 










1 


1 




1 


4 


1 
















Montgomery 


2,321 




3 


2 


1 






27 


10 


11 


19 




2 


4 


8 




1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


3 


Prince George's 


1,939 




16 




2 






45 


1 


3 


16 




11 


23 


31 


1 






1 


3 


1 


15 


Queen Anne's 


23 
























1 


5 


5 














1 


St. Mary's 


70 




1 














3 








3 


9 




1 










1 


Somerset 


66 


2 


8 






1 




I 












11 


11 














15 


Talbot 


47 




5 
















1 




2 


6 


4 














4 


Washington 


261 






1 








17 




1 


1 




1 




2 




1 


2 










Wicomico 


125 




8 














3 


3 




2 


12 


1 


2 


1 




I 






30 


Worcester 


69 




1 














2 


1 




1 


12 


8 














9 



TABLE 

47 



Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 





Colleges and Universities (cont.) 
















Junior 


Colles 


es 


























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>> 










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OJ 




4-1 














OJ 


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0) 




c 


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o 








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c 




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3 


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c 




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c 







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3 


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10 


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c 


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OJ 


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c 


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1—4 


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10 


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13 




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3 




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CO 




u 


u 






X 


X 




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> 


Total State 


boy 


HOD 




r 7 
J / 


i J i 


1 Q 


167 


z J J 


630 


1 7 




91 ft 


Q 1^ 


1 
1 


272 


1,078 




1 

L 


112 


1 s 

L O 


Allegany 






37 




4 




164 


" 














1 
i 




















Anne Arundel 


47 


56 


231 


4 


12 


1 






233 




7 







- 


- 
















12 


1 
1 


Baltimore City 


164 


122 


363 


. 4 


14 


2 








513 


7 




1 


- 






1 




4 










4 


Baltimore 


272 


261 


665 


17 


32 


2 






- 


103 


437 


- 


198 


- 


I 


20 






- 


- 






12 


Calvert 


2 


- 


7 


1 


1 


- 






- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 










3 


- 




3 


- 


Caroline 


2 




18 


4 


1 


_ 
















_ 




















3 




Carroll 


22 


8 


28 


3 


13 


- 










4 


7 




- 


8 


















6 




Cecil 


7 


1 


15 


- 


1 


- 










1 




I 


- 


- 






8 






_ 


_ 




5 


_ 


Charles 


2 


- 


16 




3 


- 






- 






- 


21 


18 


— 


- 










- 


- 




4 


- 


Dorchester 


4 


2 


20 


5 


2 


— 






- 






- 


2 


" 




- 










- 


- 




1 


1 


Frederick 


9 




59 




8 












1 








84 


Q 
O 
















1 




Garrett 






7 










1 









_ 


_ 




1 












_ 


_ 




1 


_ 


Harford 


31 




81 


4 


4 


1 










1 


2 




1 






239 












3 




Howard 


5 


14 


62 




7 














45 






1 


















7 




Kent 


7 




15 




1 
































1 






2 




Montgomery 


27 


2 


1,103 


4 


17 


7 




1 








3 






1 


1 




1 


1 ,050 


4 






2 




Prince George ' s 


39 




1,187 


2 


8 


3 












8 


3 














23 


474 


1 


22 




Queen Anne ' s 






9 


1 








































1 




St. Mary's 


1 




17 




1 


1 














1 




















31 




Somerset 


4 




8 


2 


3 










































Talbot 


2 




16 


1 


4 


1 




































1 




Washington 


15 




66 




8 






1 
















141 




3 




1 












Wicomico 


5 




44 


3 


3 






















2 
















5 




Worcester 


2 




24 


2 


4 


1 




































2 





TABLE 

48 



Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 

















Colleges anc 


Universit ies 
















Local Unit 


Total All 
Maryland Colleges 


Baltimore College 
of Commerce 


Bowie State 
College 


Columbia Union 
College 


Coppin State 
College 


Eastern College 


Frostburg State 
College 


Johns Hopkins 
University 


Loyola College 


The Maryland 
Institute 


Maryland State 
College 


Morgan State 
College 


Mount St. Mary's 
College 


Peabody Institute of 
the City of Balto. 


St. John's College 


St. Mary's Seminary 
and University 


Salisbury State 
College 


Towson State 
College 


Total State 




A 1 


Z 






1 1 
i i 


1 JO 




/. c; 


o / 


1 n Q 






9 c; 


A 


A 


J J 


9A 1 


Allegany 


221 












75 


3 










1 












Anne Arundel 


446 


4 


4 




1 


2 


4 


5 




5 


9 


10 


2 








1 


21 


Baltimore City 


992 


10 




1 


19 


4 


1 


51 


27 


24 


18 


138 




4 


1 




2 


74 


Baltimore 


1,354 


22 


1 


1 


2 


5 


19 


42 


18 


23 


4 


12 


4 


15 




3 


5 


97 


Calvert 


16 


















2 




3 




1 








1 


Carol ine 


27 




1 














1 


3 


1 










5 




Carroll 


65 


3 










1 


5 










2 


2 








7 


Cecil 


28 












1 


3 




1 














3 


1 


Charles 


45 




















4 


4 














Dorchester 


55 




7 








1 


1 




5 


4 


7 










10 


1 




117 












9 


1 




2 




2 


3 








1 


4 


Garrett 


21 












15 


1 






















Harford 


222 












2 


3 




2 


7 


5 




2 








6 


Howard 


88 














1 




1 


1 


1 












1 


Kent 


21 














1 




1 


3 


1 












2 


Montgomery 
Prince George ' s 


1,210 
1,125 




2 
5 


1 
1 






3 
20 


19 
15 




4 
5 


2 
19 


8 






1 
1 


1 


1 
5 


7 
12 


Queen Anne ' s 


10 


















1 


2 


2 














St. Mary's 


39 




















3 


5 


1 










1 


Somerset 


44 


2 


3 




1 




1 






7 


10 












8 


2 


Talbot 


22 




2 










1 






4 


2 










1 




Washington 


149 












4 


1 




1 




2 


1 


1 








4 


Wicomico 


53 




1 










3 




1 


6 








1 




11 


2 


Worcester 


36 














1 




1 


10 


5 










2 





TABLE 

48 



Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 





Colleg 


es and Universities ( 


cont . ) 
















nior Colleges 












































>> 














(U 










<u 
















OJ 






4J 












o 


00 


(U 








00 








00 






CO 


OC 






•H 








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00 




00 








01 


T3 




•H 


<u 


u 




(U 


0) 






C 


o 






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f-H 


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c 


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•H 






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C 




u 


c 




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o 


1— 1 


Local Unit 


o 


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t— 1 

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o 


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3 




O 


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3 




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3 
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3 


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3 


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3 








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4) 




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u 




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so 


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00 




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to 






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(V 




lU 3 




Q) 




to 


<u 


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3 


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•H 


Q> ^ 


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X 










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g 1 


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HI 


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u 


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3 






< 


< 


CO 




o 


CJ 


Cil 




u. 






X 




Pu 








Total State 


421 


2,134 


26 


70 


19 


114 


164 


342 


327 


15 


163 


60 


100 


169 


638 


3/ 


2 


1 


59 


Allegany 


- 


28 




2 


- 


112 


- 






- 


- 












- 


- 






- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


50 


139 


3 


5 


1 


— 


164 




5 


2 








- 
















9 




113 


207 


2 


6 


2 






2e 


2 


5 






1 


- 


















Baltimore 


2 35 


326 


8 


16 


2 


_ 


- 


50 


286 


_ 


143 


- 




1 


14 


- 






- 


- 


Calvert 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 






- 






- 


- 




2 


- 


2 


Caroline 




10 






- 


- 


- 






























3 


Carroll 


8 


16 


2 


5 










3 










7 
















1 


Cec i 1 


1 


10 


- 


1 




















- 






6 










1 


Charles 




7 


- 


) 


_ 


_ 


_ 






- 




18 


- 








- 






- 


1 


Dorchester 


- 


15 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 






- 


2 






- 






- 


- 






- 


1 


Frederick 




32 




5 










1 




' 






50 




7 














r* a y T- f- 1- 




3 








I 
















1 


















Harford 




39 


5 


1 


1 








1 








1 








146 










3 


Howard 


13 


35 




4 












28 








1 
















2 


Kent 




11 




































1 




1 


Montgomery 


1 


527 


1 


J 












1 








1 






1 


624 




3 




1 


Prince George's 




628 




J 












2 


3 














14 


366 


1 


13 


Queen Anne ' s 




3 


1 






































1 


St. Mary's 




9 




1 


I 












1 






















17 


Somerset 




5 


J 


3 






































Talbot 




8 




3 


1 




































Washington 




37 




4 




1 


















91 


2 












Wicomico 




21 


L 


3 
























1 












2 


Worcester 




13 




2 


1 


































1 



TABLE 

49 



Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 







Colleges and Universities 


Local Unit 


Total All 
Maryland Colleges 


Baltimore College 
of Conmerce 


Bowie State 
College 


College of Notre 
Dame of Maryland 


Columbia Union 
College 


Coppin Stnte 
College 


Eastern College 


Frostburg State- 
College 


Goucher College 


Hood College 


Johns Hopkins 
University 


T-oyola College 


The Maryland 
Institute 


Maryland State 
College 


Morgan State 
College 


Mount St. Agnes 
College 


Mount St. Mary's 
College 


Peabody Institute of 
the City of Balto. 


St. John's College 


St. .Joseph's 
Col lege 


Total State 


5, 183 


14 


74 


9 


4 


71 


3 


256 


36 


56 


9 


- 


63 


71 


292 


13 


9 


16 


3 


U 


Allegany 


162 






I 




1 




96 


























Anne Arundel 


300 




22 


I 




2 




12 


1 


3 


1 




w 


9 


10 


2 




1 




1 


Baltimore City 


853 


6 


2 




1 


68 


1 


10 


10 


5 


6 




1 1 


1 1 


191 


5 




6 






Baltimore 


1 ,006 


8 


3 


1 






1 


41 


11 




1 




2 3 


1 


1 7 


3 


6 


2 






Calvert 


17 














1 




1 








1 


5 












Carol ine 


36 




1 










1 




I 








H 














Carroll 


69 














y 


1 


1 








4 








1 




1 


Cecil 


36 








1 








1 


3 






1 








1 








Charles 


45 




4 














1 










5 










2 


Dorchester 


38 




4 














■J 








4 


4 












Freder ick 


92 














10 




3 






1 


1 


2 






1 




1 


Garrett 


14 














9 


























Harford 


202 




5 








I 


3 


1 


> 






3 


6 


3 










1 


Howard 


63 


















1 






1 


1 


3 












Kent 


17 




-■> 


I 


1 










1 










1 












Montgomery 


1,111 




1 


1 








24 


10 


11 










6 




1 




1 


2 


Prince George's 


814 




11 




I 






25 


1 


3 


1 




6 


4 


23 


1 








3 


Queen Anne ' s 


13 
























3 


3 














St. Mary's 


31 




1 














i 










4 












Somerset 


22 




5 
























1 












Talbot 


25 




3 




















2 
















Washington 


112 






1 








13 




1 
















1 






Wicomico 


72 




7 














3 






1 


6 


1 


2 


1 








Worces ter 


3 3 




1 














2 










3 













TABLE 

49 



Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 





Colleges and 


Universities (cont.) 




Junior Colleges 


Local Unit 


St. Mary's Seminary 
and University 


Salisbury State- 
College 


son State 
i.v>llege 


University of 
Baltimore 


University of 
Maryland 


Washington College 


Western Maryland 
Col lege 


Allegany Community 
College 


Anne Arundel 
Community College 


Baltimore Junior 
College 


Catonsvil le 
Community College 


Charles County 
Community College 


Essex Community 
College 


Frederick Community 
College 


Ilagerstown Junior 
Col lege 


Harford Junior 
College 


Montgomery Junior 
College 


Prince George's 
Community College 


St. Mary's College 
of Maryland 


Villa Julie 
College 


Total State 


10 


136 


426 


45 


1 ,964 


31 


81 


53 


69 


288 


190 


12 


55 


35 


54 


103 


440 


110 


53 


18 


Allegany 










9 




2 


52 














1 












mine nLuituc^ 




1 1 


26 


6 


92 


1 


7 




69 




6 
















3 


1 


Baltimore City 




1 1 


90 


9 


156 


2 


8 






231 


2 










1 


4 






4 


Bal t imore 


8 


lb 


175 


26 


339 


9 


16 






53 


151 




35 






6 








12 


Calvert 






1 




2 


1 


1 






















1 


1 




Carol ine 






2 




8 


1 


1 




























Carrnl 1 


1 




15 




12 


1 


8 






1 


4 






1 










5 




Cecil 




9 


6 




5 










1 


















4 




Charles 










9 




1 










12 














3 




Dorchester 




/ 


3 




5 


5 


1 


























1 


Frederick 






5 




27 




3 














14 


1 








1 




Garrett 










4 




























1 




Harford 




9 


25 




42 


1 


3 








2 










93 










Howard 






4 


1 


27 




3 








17 
















5 




Kent 






5 




4 




1 
























1 




Montgomery 


1 


■I 


20 


1 


576 


3 


14 


1 






2 








1 




426 


1 


1 




Prince George's 




10 


27 




559 


2 


5 








6 












9 


108 


9 




Queen Anne ' s 




1 






6 
































St. Mary's 




1 






8 




























14 




Somerset 




7 


2 




3 
































Talbot 




3 


2 




8 


1 


1 
























1 




Washington 






11 




29 




















50 


1 


1 








Wicomico 




19 


3 




23 


2 


















1 








3 




Worcester 




7 


2 




11 





2 
























1 





TABLE 

50 



Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Area 


Total State 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester || 


Frederick 


Garrett 11 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 1 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne's 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 1 


Washington 


Wicomico || 


Worcester 


Grand Total 


4 ,763 


104 


254 


306 


7 19 


7 


24 


72 


54 


31 


31 


66 


17 


122 


56 


15 


1 , 821 


725 


21 


25 


14 


20 


139 


86 


34 


Alabama 


24 




3 




3 








2 










2 






5 


6 


1 




I 






1 




Alaska 


I 
































1 


















Arizona 


12 


1 


I 


2 


I 
























2 


5 
















Arkansas 


6 






















1 










1 


4 
















California 


68 


2 


9 


6 


8 






1 


2 




1 






1 






22 


11 




2 






j 






Colorado 


60 


1 


2 


4 


10 












1 


1 




1 






24 


14 












2 




Connecticut 


43 


1 




4 


9 








1 








- 


3 






19 


6 
















Delaware 


96 




3 


7 


16 




4 


4 


4 


- 


5 


1 




1 


2 


2 


15 


5 


8 




2 


1 


1 


12 


3 


District of Columbia 


461 


3 


19 


35 


31 


1 


5 


1 


1 




2 


4 




8 


7 




173 


141 


1 


4 


I 


1 


19 


4 




Florida 


124 




8 


4 


12 






1 






1 






3 






63 


27 




1 




1 


1 


1 


1 


Georgia 


71 


1 


3 


2 


9 




1 


2 


2 




2 






4 


1 




25 


14 




1 






2 


1 


1 


Hawaii 


7 




3 


1 




























3 
















Idaho 


12 






1 










1 
















3 


7 
















111 inois 


101 


1 


1 


9 


12 








2 










1 


2 




52 


18 




1 






1 


1 




Indiana 


106 


1 


1 


3 


19 




2 


4 


1 


4 




1 


1 




1 


1 


43 


21 










3 






Iowa 


58 




3 


1 


9 






1 








1 




1 






32 


10 
















Kansas 


24 


1 






1 
























15 


6 


1 














Kentucky 


43 




2 


1 


8 




2 


2 




1 


1 


1 




2 


2 


2 


14 


2 


1 








1 




1 


Louisiana 


20 


1 


2 


2 


1 






1 


















10 


2 






1 










Maine 


12 






1 


3 
























7 


1 
















Massachusetts 


203 


3 


7 


11 


38 




I 


3 


1 


1 




2 




5 




1 


101 


23 




2 






3 


1 




Michigan 


89 


1 


5 


4 


9 








1 


3 








1 


2 




52 


9 










2 






Minnesota 


31 




1 




1 






1 






2 


2 




1 


1 




18 


4 
















Mississippi 


12 




3 




2 










1 








1 


1 






3 












1 




Missouri 


50 




3 




7 










1 




1 




1 






29 


5 










2 




1 


Montana 


9 
































7 


2 
















Nebraska 


17 




1 


2 




















1 






8 


4 














1 


Nevada 


2 
































1 


1 
















New Hampshire 


18 






1 


3 














2 










10 


2 

















TABLE 

50 



Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Area 


Total State 


c 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Bal timorc 


Calvert 


Carol ine 


Carroll 


Cec il 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


."•'.ontgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne's 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester \\ 


New Jersey 


76 


1 


5 


9 


18 


~ 


1 










3 










22 


7 




1 




1 


2 








15 




2 




1 


















1 






10 


1 
















New York 


259 


5 


9 


31 


44 






1 


3 






1 


- 


6 


5 


1 


113 


29 


1 




- 


1 


7 






North Carolina 


372 


U 


18 


12 


54 






7 


5 


7 


5 


7 




11 


2 


4 


145 


60 


2 








11 


12 


2 


North Dakota 


13 








2 
























7 


3 












1 




Ohio 


293 


4 


10 


17 


52 






3 


2 






3 




3 


4 




153 


24 




1 


1 


1 


8 


5 




Oklahoma 


19 








1 


1 




1 












4 






7 


J 




1 






1 






Oregon 


11 




2 


1 


2 
























5 


1 








') 


21 






Pennsylvania 


663 


9 


34 


75 


151 


1 


1 


16 


7 


3 




15 




Jl 


7 


3 


237 


47 


1 


) 


1 


6 


3 


Rhode Island 


31 




2 


3 


5 














1 










17 


2 


1 














South Carolina 


85 




11 


5 


9 


1 








1 


1 






4 




1 


:8 


17 


1 




1 




4 


1 




South Dakota 


8 




1 




2 






1 


















2 


2 
















Tennessee 


108 


2 


10 


6 


10 


I 


1 














10 






1 3 


28 




3 


2 


1 


2 


2 


4 


Texas 


57 




4 


2 


7 










1 


1 






1 


1 




16 


22 










2 






Utah 


28 






1 


6 














1 




1 






10 


9 
















Vermont 


14 




1 


1 


1 
























9 










1 


1 






Virginia 


530 


12 


38 


31 


96 




2 


18 


7 


6 


7 


12 




11 


11 




126 


68 


1 


5 


4 


7 


20 


34 


14 


Washington 


12 




2 




1 
























6 


3 








1 


20 


1 


3 


West Virginia 


269 


49 


22 


5 


32 


2 




4 


3 




2 


2 


15 


3 


3 




69 


30 


2 


1 




Wisconsin 


62 






3 


5 


















3 






46 


5 










1 






Wyoming 


2 




1 












































Out of Country 


55 


1 


2 


2 


8 
















1 


4 






J 6 


8 










1 






Location Unknown 


1 






1 













































TABLE 

51 



Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Area 


Total State j 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel j 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll || 


Cecil 1 


Charles || 


Dorchester 

ll 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George ' s 


Queen Anne ' s 


St. Mary's 


Somerset || 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester j| 


Grand Total 


2,514 


66 


124 


200 


399 


5 


14 


37 


33 


12 


14 


41 


8 


61 


26 


7 


906 


359 


12 


10 


9 


10 


80 


59 


22 


Alabama 


10 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


Alaska 


1 
































1 


















Arizona 


7 


1 


1 


1 


1 
























1 


2 
















Arkansas 


3 
































1 


2 
















California 


41 


2 


4 


6 


5 






1 


1 




1 












14 


4 




1 






2 






Colorado 


41 


1 


2 


4 


5 












1 


1 




1 






13 


12 












1 




Connecticut 


31 






3 


7 


- 






1 


- 






- 


1 






15 


4 
















Delaware 


49 




1 


3 


10 




4 


3 


3 




1 


1 






1 


1 


6 




5 




1 


1 


1 


6 


1 


District of Columbia 


190 


1 


6 


18 


10 




1 








1 


1 




4 


2 




65 


63 




2 




I 


12 


3 




Florida 


65 




1 


4 


7 


















1 






35 


14 










1 


1 


1 


Georgia 


49 




2 


2 


8 




1 




1 




2 






2 


1 




16 


10 










1 


1 


1 


Hawaii 


2 






1 




























1 
















Idaho 


9 
















1 
















3 


5 
















Illinois 


57 


1 


1 


5 


7 








2 
















29 


10 










1 


1 




Indiana 


61 




1 


3 


13 




2 


4 


1 


1 




1 


1 




1 


1 


23 


9 
















Iowa 


34 




2 


1 


6 






1 








1 




1 






18 


4 
















Kansas 


18 


1 






1 
























11 


4 


1 














Kentucky 


23 




1 




4 




1 


1 




1 


1 


1 






1 


1 


7 


1 


1 








1 




1 


Louisiana 


14 


1 


2 


2 








1 


















5 


2 






1 










Maine 


6 






1 


1 
























4 


















Massachusetts 


81 


2 


3 


2 


18 






2 


1 






1 




2 






34 


13 




2 








1 




Michigan 


46 


1 


4 


2 


6 










2 










1 




24 


4 










2 






Minnesota 


10 








1 














1 




1 






5 


2 
















Mississippi 


6 




2 




2 


















1 




















1 




Missouri 


26 




1 




3 














1 










16 


3 










1 




1 


Montana 


3 
































2 


1 
















Nebraska 


10 




1 


2 




















I 






2 


3 














1 


Nevada 


1 
































1 


















New Hampshire 


14 






1 


2 














2 










8 


1 

















TABLE 

51 



Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Area 


Total State 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll j| 


Cecil 


Charles | 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett || 


Harford 


Howard || 


4J 

c 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne' s | 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot I 


Washington 


Wicomico 11 


Worcester 


New Jersey 


44 




2 


8 


9 


- 




- 


2 


- 


- 


2 


- 




1 


- 


12 


7 




- 


- 


1 




- 


- 


New Mexico 


8 




2 




























6 


















New York 


154 


1 


7 


19 


27 




2 




3 










4 


4 


1 


64 


17 


1 








4 






North Carolina 


201 


3 


8 


4 


31 




2 


5 


2 


2 


3 


4 




6 




3 


74 


34 








1 


10 


8 


1 


North Dakota 


8 








1 






















- 


6 














1 




Ohio 


141 




3 


9 


31 






1 


2 






4 




1 


3 


- 


73 


8 






1 


1 


2 


2 




Oklahoma 


13 














1 












4 




- 


4 


2 




1 






1 








8 






1 


1 
























5 


















Pennsylvania 


395 


5 


21 


50 


94 


1 


1 


7 


4 


3 




10 




12 


3 


- 


135 


25 


1 




1 


2 


13 


4 


3 


ixnoue xsianu 


14 






2 


4 
























7 


1 
















South Carolina 


58 






4 


7 


1 
















2 






24 


11 






1 




3 






South Dakota 


2 








1 










































Tennessee 


63 


2 




5 


7 


1 






5 






1 




7 


1 


- 


10 


11 






2 


1 


1 


1 


2 


Texas 


37 






2 


6 










1 


1 






1 


1 




11 


9 










2 






Utah 


20 






1 


3 














1 




1 






9 


5 
















Vermont 


3 
































2 


















Virginia 


237 


5 


13 


27 


38 






10 


2 




2 


7 




3 


5 




52 


23 


1 


3 


2 


1 


9 


26 


8 


Washington 


5 
































3 


1 
















West Virginia 


136 


38 


13 


2 


14 


2 






1 




1 


1 


6 




1 




19 


22 


1 


1 




1 


10 


1 


2 


Wisconsin 


31 






3 


3 


















2 






20 


3 
















Wyoming 


2 












































1 






Out of Country 


25 


1 




1 


3 










2 






1 


2 






9 


4 










1 






Location Unknown 


1 






1 













































TABLE 

52 



Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Area 


Total State 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


1 

Garrett 


II 

Harford | 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne's | 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington j| 


Wicomico 


Worcester jj 


Total State 


T /. O 

, zqy 


io 


1 'ir\ 
i jU 




JZU 


z 


iU 




1 




i / 


Z J 








o 



Q 1 


JDD 


y 


1 c 

i J 


c 
J 










Alabama 






J 




1 
i 








1 
1 










1 
i 






J 








1 
I 










Alaska 




















































Arizona 


5 






1 


























1 


3 
















Arkansas 


3 






*" 
















1 












2 




~ 


" 










California 


27 




1; 




3 








1 










1 






o 



7 




1 






1 






Colorado 


19 








5 
















- 








11 


2 








- 




1 




Connecticut 


12 


1 




1 


2 










- 








2 






4 


2 
















Delaware 


47 




2 


4 


6 






1 


1 




4 






1 


1 


1 


9 


5 


3 




1 






6 


2 


District of Columbia 


1 T O 

112. 


L 


i J 


i / 


z i 


■ 

1 


■ 


1 


1 
i 




z 


J 




if 


c 

J 




iUo 


"7 Q 


i 


Z 


1 




-J 
1 


i 




Florida 


58 




7 




5 






1 












2 






28 


13 




1 




1 








Georgia 


22 


1 


1 




1 






2 


1 










2 






9 


4 




1 












Hawaii 


5 




3 






























2 
















Idaho 


3 






1 




























2 
















Illinois 


44 






4 


5 


















1 


2 




23 


8 




1 












Indiana 


45 


1 






6 










3 














20 


12 










3 






Iowa 


24 




1 




3 
























14 


6 
















Kansas 


6 
































4 


2 
















Kentucky 


20 




1 


1 


4 




1 


1 












2 


1 


1 


7 


1 
















Louisiana 


6 








1 
























5 


















Maine 


6 








2 
























3 


1 
















Massachusetts 


122 


1 


4 


9 


20 




1 


1 




1 




1 




3 




1 


67 


10 










3 






Michigan 


43 




1 


2 


3 








1 


1 








1 


1 




28 


5 
















Minnesota 


21 




1 










1 






2 


1 






1 




13 


2 
















Mississippi 


6 




1 














1 










1 






3 
















Missouri 


24 




2 




4 










1 








1 






13 


2 










1 






Montana 


6 
































5 


1 
















Nebraska 


7 
































6 


1 
















Nevada 


1 


































1 
















New Hamsphlre 


4 








1 
























2 


1 

















TABLE 

52 



Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1965 Graduates in 1965-66 



Area 


Total State 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick || 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard || 


Kent 1 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne ' s || 


St. Mary's 


Somerset jj 


Talbot 1 


Washington 


Wicomico 1 


Worcester 


New Jersey 


32 


1 


3 


1 


9 




1 










1 




2 


1 




10 






1 






2 






New Mexico 


7 


























1 






4 


1 
















New York 


105 


4 


2 


12 


17 






1 








1 




2 


1 




49 


12 








1 


3 






North Carolina 


171 


1 


10 


8 


2 3 






2 


3 


5 


2 


3 




5 


2 


1 


71 


26 


2 






1 


1 


4 


1 


North Dakota 


5 
































1 


3 
















Ohio 


152 


4 


7 


8 


21 






2 








1 




2 


1 




80 


16 




1 






6 


3 




Oklahoma 


6 










1 






















3 


1 
















Oregon 


3 




1 






























1 
















Pennsylvania 


268 


4 


13 


25 


57 






9 


3 






5 




9 


4 


3 


102 


22 




2 






8 


2 




Rhode Island 


17 




2 


1 
















1 










10 


1 


1 














South Carolina 


27 




6 


1 












1 


1 






2 




1 


4 


6 


1 








1 


1 




South Dakota 


5 
































2 


2 
















Tennessee 


46 




4 


1 






1 


1 


2 






1 




3 


1 




5 


17 




3 






1 


1 


2 


Texas 


20 




1 




























5 


13 
















Utah 


8 
































1 


4 
















Vermont 


11 






1 


























7 










1 


1 






Virginia 


293 


7 


25 


4 


58 




2 


8 


5 


6 


5 


5 




8 


6 




74 


45 




2 


2 


6 


11 


8 


6 


Washington 


7 




1 




1 
























3 


2 
















West Virginia 


133 


11 


9 


3 


18 






4 


2 




1 


1 


9 


3 


2 




50 


8 


1 








10 




1 


Wisconsin 


31 








2 


















1 






26 


2 
















Wyoming 




















































Out of Country 


30 




1 


1 


5 


















2 






17 


4 
















Location Unknown 





















































TABLE 

53 



Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Enroll- 
ment 


Engl ish 


Social 
Studies 


Science 


Mathe- 
matics 


Latin 


French 


Spanish 


Other 
Foreign 
Lan- 
guages 


Agri- 
culture 


Total State 


316,481 


357,142 


316,267 


256,324 


246,933 


8,222 


65,151 


25,842 


*4,342 


4,173 


Allegany 


8,477 


i 1 ,46d 


8, 923 


6,793 


6,282 


430 


1 ,490 


oyo 




/ c 

45 


Anne Arundel 




1 c til 

25 , oil 




1 C TCI 

15, /5i 


1 c inn 

1 5 , iuy 


1 /. T 


T CAT 
J , 50/ 


one 

yyj 


O O T 
ZZ / 


c/ 
5"+ 


Baltimore City 


0/ , yy J 


70,976 


/Z ,455 


55 , 948 


C t "7 1 C 

50 , / 15 


1 T T O 
1 , J/Z 


1 C 1 1 1 

15 , loZ 


4 , Joi 


Z , 3/ 




Baltimore 


50,391 


56,503 


53,920 


41,328 


40,438 


901 


9,291 


7,387 


545 


93 


Calvert 


2,105 


2,684 


2,115 


1,806 


1,646 


74 


506 


- 


- 


53 


Carol me 






z , jy / 




i , L 


i i-> 




7 ft 




1 Al 
1 Di 


Carroll 




D , y 


Q/. 1 


/. Oil 


H , loo 






yu 




J / z 


Cec 1 1 






/. O 7 


J , oUo 


1 "3 7 ^ 
J , J / J 


1 i 


9 1; A 
z_)D 


9 




LID 


Charles 


3,985 


4,290 


3,743 


3,342 


3,172 




599 




_ 


229 


Dorchester 


3,001 


3,475 


3,198 


2,569 


2,349 


49 


603 


- 


- 


116 


Frederick 


7 , d5o 


is , Zh / 


"7 t £"7 

/ , (50/ 


D , 5Z J 


5 , 550 


Q Q "7 
JO / 


1 , UO J 


1 7 A 

1 /u 




"5 Q Q 

Jo J 


Garrett 


o ion 

z , zoy 


T Dot 

Z , OOD 


2 , 392 


1 nit 
1 , 9lD 


1 "7 n o 

1 , /yo 




/. c c 
455 


1 

i 




1 Q Q 

lyo 


Harford 


9,197 


10,309 


9,389 


7,920 


7,237 


445 


1,621 


467 




211 


Howard 


4,990 


6,432 


5,052 


4,175 


3,802 


138 


1,106 


439 




46 


Kent 


1,529 


1,637 


1,550 


1,256 


1,148 


97 


263 






129 


Montgomery 


45,948 


54,374 


40,878 


36,403 


37,837 


2,069 


17,025 


3,258 


632 


352 


Prince George's 


45,797 


52,274 


44,446 


37,902 


35,307 


915 


7,158 


6,280 


901 


369 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,877 


2,198 


1,771 


1,732 


1,408 




235 






202 


St. Mary's 


3,184 


3,414 


3,089 


2,668 


2,295 


54 


282 


244 




128 


Somerset 


2,041 


2,215 


2,212 


1,805 


1,524 




599 






131 


Talbot 


1,975 


2,296 


1,945 


1,712 


1,518 


54 


361 






114 


Washington 


9,666 


11,979 


9,755 


7,342 


6,643 


652 


770 


436 




373 


Wicomico 


5,267 


6,341 


5,472 


4,391 


3,867 


176 


1,145 


698 




133 


Worcester 


2,678 


2,762 


2,788 


2,476 


2,178 




729 






166 



♦Includes 4,126 enrolled in German and 216 enrolled in Russian. See "Foreign Language Enrollments ..." table for local unit breakdown. 



TABLE 

53 



Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1965 





Industrial Education 




















Voca- 


Home 




Physical 




Art, 






Local Unit 


Arts 


tional and 


Eco- 


Business 


and 


Music 


Arts and 


Driver 


Special 






Technical 


nomics 


Education 


Health 




Crafts 


Education 


Education 












Education 










Total State 


102, 6A3 


^23,246 


83,495 


128,523 


280,393 


166,665 


109,329 


13,174 


13,255 


Al legany 


2,085 


464 


9 1 Q9 










J77 


9fi7 


Anne Arundel 


6,278 


608 


J , O / J 




1 R SI 

iO , JL7 


q HI 7 
7,01/ 


Q f\')L 

7 , O^H 




fil 9 


DaiLimore uicy 


31,858 


14,678 






ft 7 7 0/. 


LO HRO 
H i , 00 7 








Baltimore 


16,259 


694 


13,349 


17,470 


50,516 


31,985 


25,853 


1,511 


1,086 


Calvert 


426 




473 


936 


1,733 


1,067 


508 


31 


- 


Caroline 


843 




7 A ^ 
/ J 


i y JO / 


9 7 HA 


1 ft T 9 


1 9QQ 
1 , Z 7 7 


J / 




Larroii 


1,468 


357 


1 A Qft 


9 AAA 






1 9Q1 
1 } Z 7 i 






Oecii 


947 


783 


Q1 1 


9 9 9A 


1 Q 9 
J , 7 jz 


1 997 
1 , ZZ / 


fifi1 


A1 
J. 




Charles 


569 


242 


870 


1,725 


2,955 


1,752 


560 


78 


136 


Dorchester 


715 




829 


1,339 


2,413 


1,929 


1,220 


24 


14 


Frederick 


2,289 


27 




J 1 / JU 


7 ft 9 
/ 1 jZ 


S A "^0 
J , H J 7 


1 007 
J , U 7 / 


fli 9 


1 9fl 
1. ^0 


Garrett 


374 


349 




Ooo 


1 ft 9 7 


1 A 99 
1 } HZZ 


QQQ 
777 


JH J 




Harford 


2,656 


105 


2,264 


4,658 


6,212 


5,050 


3,652 


921 


385 


Howard 


1,862 


123 


1,360 


2,216 


3,723 


2,607 


1,868 




663 


Kent 


439 




462 


731 


1,336 


1,331 


377 


118 


366 


Montgomery 


12,011 


2,524 


7,777 


11,951 


37,041 


15,218 


10,284 


3,867 


1,250 


Prince George's 


14,662 


1,164 


13,749 


17,160 


38,025 


18,248 


14,096 


2,106 


720 


Queen Anne ' s 


380 




446 


783 


1,395 


1,183 


172 


386 




St, Mary's 


851 


72 


760 


1,560 


3,191 


2,010 


1,427 


306 


205 


Somerset 


348 




453 


1,009 


1,847 


1,037 


224 






Talbot 


351 




349 


868 


1,628 


917 




117 




Washington 


2,657 


687 


2,978 


3,634 


8,047 


5,542 


3,790 


421 


348 


Wicomico 


1,681 


369 


1,526 


2,640 


4,599 


2,752 


1,884 


865 


183 


Worcester 


634 




572 


1,122 


1,838 


1,590 


694 


210 





t Includes 22,496 enrolled in Vocational and 750 enrolled in Technical. See "Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical 
Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment ..." table for local unit breakdown. 



TABLE 

54 



English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Ty^r 1 Tin 1 t" 


Reading 


Speech 


Dramat ics 


Creative 
Wr 1 1 ing 


c«x— 
posi to ry 
Wri t ing 


Advancec 


English 


Engl 1 sh 


Remedial 


Cor- 
rective 


Ad- 
vanced 


Public 
Speaking 


Ther- 
apy 


T 


T T 
1 1 


Combi- 
nation 


Compo - 
s i 1 1 on 

and 
Graimnar 


Litera- 
ture 


I 


II 


Un- 
graded 


I 


11 


local otace 


2 , 754 


258 


881 






3,791 


182 
















A77 


9 SO? 


Allegany 


92 


- 


56 


1 c 
i J 




23 


- 


/. "3 








- 


- 


23 


- 


172 


Anne Arundel 




- 


- 


111 


9 9 


127 






*;9 




9 91 


104 


48 


60 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


J- , J'+U 






1,357 




256 


18 


- 


17 


469 




23 


- 


- 


- 


80 


Baltimore 






13 


2,576 




698 


61 


313 


596 


171 


79 


21 


260 


45 


24 


22 


Calvert 






34 


/, 1 
H- i 


1 9 


55 




















9 *^ 


Caroline 


48 


- 


29 






- 


- 










- 


- 


- 


- 


18 


Carroll 


131 


- 


33 






— 












- 


- 


- 


20 


- 


Cecil 












48 




- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 










- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


53 


- 


18 


Dorchester 






10 


OA Q 




















Jo 






Frederick 


64 




20 


Q n 










9Q 


9 1 




- 


- 


- 


- 


54 


Garrett 












19 












37 


- 


- 


- 


46 


Harford 


101 


42 








184 


28 




26 






- 


- 


78 


359 


24 


Howard 


60 


29 


5 


94 




22 






87 










49 






Kent 








140 


























Montgomery 


212 


157 


584 


113 




1,432 


56 




621 


52 


70 


24 




190 




1,799 


Prince George's 






69 


2,250 


59 


742 


19 


76 


506 


19 






20 


143 


64 


17 


Queen Anne's 


24 




28 


20 




















33 




155 


St. Mary's 


22 






122 










14 








15 








Somerset 


































Talbot 












26 






















Washington 


188 










112 






20 




14 






109 




77 


Wicomico 


230 






48 




24 






109 


37 


22 


23 




31 


10 




Worcester 












23 












25 











TABLE 

54 



English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
English 


Engli sh 


Journalism 


Reading 


or due 

7 


\jLaU c 

8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Vocational 


I 


II 


Combi ~ 
nat ion 


Developmental 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 

12 


I 


II 


Total State 


357,142 








•ii n7Q 


47 fil 4 


47 (\^L 


62 


127 


634 




88fi 

OOO 




6,240 


3,360 


All 

Al legany 


i i , t+DD 


i. , J / J 


X , H JO 


1 491 


1 4.1 9 


1 407 


1 4?Q 










fi8 

VO 




1,369 


835 


Anne Arundel 


9 1; All 


5,139 


4,458 


4,244 


4,061 


3,534 


3,063 


- 


- 


- 


93 


21 


53 






Baltimore City 




12,724 


11,601 


12,074 


11,755 


9,933 


8,822 








275 


26 








Baltimore 


56,503 




8 774 


9 , 079 


8 S94 


7 87S 


7 267 






98 


442 


507 


45 






Calvert 


2,684 


411 


404 


199 


118 


109 


247 






~ 








288 


91 


1 • 

Caroline 




394 


439 


322 


455 


314 


331 








38 




27 


525 


384 


oarroi i 




1,093 


985 


1,021 


889 


835 


777 


- 


31 


21 


32 


26 


48 


940 




Po<^i 1 




881 


793 


832 


743 


555 


519 




49 


29 


- 


- 


33 




~ 


Charles 


4,290 


ft 09 


749 


802 


606 


606 


444 






~ 








149 


54 


Dorchester 


3,475 


540 


574 


566 


462 


424 


433 












42 


71 




Frederick 




1,360 


1,327 


1,407 


1,294 


1,171 


986 






35 


73 


_ 


109 


103 




Garrett 


Z , OOO 


442 


429 


408 


334 


413 


321 








32 




37 


168 


200 


Harford 


10,309 


1,893 


1,814 


1,736 


1,502 


1,217 


1,235 








30 




40 






Howard 


6,432 


924 


842 


853 


879 


732 


704 








35 




57 


550 


510 


Kent 


1,637 


300 


286 


237 


248 


184 


172 




47 










12 


11 


Montgomery 


54,374 


8,752 


8,389 


7,996 


7,639 


7,150 


6,249 


62 




451 


370 




28 


1,103 


875 


Prince George's 


52,274 


10,520 


8,152 


8,159 


7,566 


6,806 


6,004 








479 


214 




380 


10 


Queen Anne's 


2,198 


347 


341 


335 


311 


242 


265 














52 


45 


St. Mary's 


3,414 


633 


534 


542 


552 


487 


403 








17 






73 




Somerset 


2,215 


487 


468 


389 


302 


277 


292 


















Talbot 


2,296 


395 


367 


367 


338 


292 


259 














188 


64 


Washington 


11,979 


2,320 


2,337 


1,929 


1,680 


1,634 


1,324 








63 


14 


33 


125 




Wicomico 


6,341 


1,097 


928 


906 


663 


841 


729 








10 


10 


198 


144 


281 


Worcester 


2,762 


516 


513 


506 


449 


376 


339 












15 







NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units indicate that these local school systems develop and offer specialized variations 
of standard electives. 



TABLE 

55 



Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 





Total 


History 


Geography 




Soc ial 


Studies 




Civics 


History 


Local Unit 


Social 






















Grade 




United 


Ancient 




Studies 


Grade 


Grade 


Grade 


Grade 


Grade 


Grade 


Grade 


Grade 


Grade 


Combi- 


8 or 9 


World 


States 


and 






7 


8 


9 


7 


8 


9 


7 


8 


9 


nation 








Medieval 




J 1 D , / 


10,267 


23,723 


12,193 


21,240 


14,583 


3,966 


9 7 riA 


i , DUD 


99 1Q9 


9 7 Q 
i- 1 y 




37,239 


48,809 


232 


All 

Al legsny 


fl Q 9 
o , 7 ^ J 


1 (3 1 
io J 














1 HQ 7 


1 '^ ^ 




ATA 


1 7 7 H 


1 /. /. fx 




Ann 6 Arund G 1 


9 1 n/_i 9 




4,423 


- 


27 


- 




991 










3,812 


3,666 


_ 


Baltimore City 


72,455 


6,269 


7,513 


12,021 


6,244 


11,562 


- 




- 


- 


- 


4,568 


5,784 


9,570 


- 


Baltimore 


53,920 


- 


- 


26 


1,099 


364 


- 


8,689 


8,321 


8,914 


33 




8,291 


8,363 


107 


P a 1 \r f> T" f- 


? lis 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


113 


*4 J. i 








280 


296 


307 


- 


v^ciL u J. X nc 


i , J7 / 














H- J \J 


LXl 






17Q 
J 1 y 








uar ro 1. i. 




- 


33 


- 


284 


- 


- 


7Q7 

/ 7 / 


Q 

7 OO 








842 


857 


- 


Cecil 


4,227 


- 


793 


- 


879 


- 


40 








- 


824 


319 


607 


- 


Charles 


3,743 


- 


664 


- 


658 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




799 


527 


632 


- 


Dor ches ter 


J , i^O 


- 


349 


70 


555 


- 


- 








1 O 1 




286 


589 


- 


Frederick 


7 fxfxl 

/ , DD / 










98 




i , jOKJ 


1 191 


1 ADA 






1,064 


1,185 




Garrett 


2,392 


15 


147 




389 






53 


267 






409 


343 


362 




Harford 


9,389 


1,554 










1,099 


213 


280 


458 


24 


1,434 


1,058 


1,409 




Howard 


5,052 


934 










854 










847 


647 


763 




Kent 


1,550 


22 


171 




183 






93 


59 






237 


240 


277 




Montgomery 


40,878 




5,573 




8,334 


2,459 


167 




28 






7,700 


4,887 


7,232 




Prince George's 


44,446 




311 










9,080 


7,557 


8,166 




65 


3,615 


1,01*1 




Queen Anne's 


1,771 




261 




294 


30 




56 


75 






199 


240 


290 


34 


St. Mary's 


3,089 




531 




640 














498 


532 


505 




Somerset 


2,212 


144 


184 


33 


73 




17 


220 


204 




28 


247 


289 


305 




Talbot 


1,945 


355 










353 


34 








372 


311 


288 




Washington 


9,755 




1,721 




1,581 






20 


16 


1,594 


33 


25 


948 


1,528 


91 


Wicomico 


5,472 


791 


702 


43 




70 


764 


304 


56 








744 


909 




Worcester 


2,788 














538 


515 


473 






446 


378 





NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units indicate that these local school systems develop and offer specialized variations of 
standard electives. 



TABLE 

55 



Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


History 


Geography 


History 
and 
Geography 
Special 
Areas 


Problems 
of 20th 
Century 


American 
Govern- 
ment 


Contem- 
porary 
Affairs 


Econo- 
mics 


Sociology 


Economics 

and 
Sociology 


Psychology 


Psychology 

and 
Sociology 


Other 
Social 
Studies 


Modern 


Euro- 
pean 


Econo- 
mics 


Senior 

High 
School 


Total State 


1,128 


473 


784 


8,292 


251 


29,681 


46 


2,528 


1,626 


645 


807 


4,738 


379 


713 


nl, xcgdlljf 


- 




242 


79 




836 






248 






511 


23 




Anno Afimnol 






97 


DLL 










384 






771 






uax Lxiii^L c \rf X u y 


*212 






2,860 




3,848 




1 ,822 


161 










21 


Baltimore 


731 


- 


- 


1,642 


- 


6,862 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


478 


Calvert 


- 


- 


55 


- 


- 


225 


- 


- 


- 










25 




- 


- 




43 




315 






37 






120 


_ 




Carroll 












777 


28 




105 










94 


Ceci 1 


- 


- 


20 


52 




479 






18 


76 




120 






Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


463 


- 


- 






- 




- 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


37 


118 


- 


- 


207 


18 




33 


92 




121 






K LCVlCLXv-IV 








221 




904 












106 


_ 










101 






306 














_ 




Harford 


52 






168 


_ 


1,220 


- 


221 


65 


63 


- 


71 


- 


- 


Howard 






26 






690 












259 




32 


Kent 


31 




33 






158 






46 












Montgomery 




316 


35 


1,002 


110 


1,512 






146 


93 


807 


67 


356 


54 


Prince George's 








1,353 


102 


5,616 












1,534 






Queen Anne's 






24 






202 








17 




49 






St. Mary's 






17 


27 


39 


267 






33 












Somerset 






56 






250 






56 






106 






Talbot 












94 




138 














Washington 


102 






278 




458 




347 


172 


304 




537 






Wicomico 












684 






91 






305 




9 


Worcester 








56 




290 






31 






61 







*Includes 212 in Survey of Western Civilization. 



i 



TABLE 

56 



Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Science 




General 


Science 




Science- 
Vocational 


Life 
Science, 
Junior 
High 


Physical 
Science 


Earth 
Science 


Local 
Variations 
of General 
and 
Applied 
Science 


Biology 


Advanced 
Biology 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Combi- 
nation 


Junior 
High 


Senior 
High 


Total State 


256,324 


47,257 


50,666 


43 , 847 


76 


424 


5,399 


7,651 


10,201 


6,044 


713 


41,643 


1 ,430 


All p OA n V 


6,793 


446 


311 








934 


1 , 130 


502 


1 , 226 




1,277 




Ann p A vi i nH p 1 


15,751 




3,342 


3 , 554 






931 


583 


786 




1 52 


3 477 




Baltimore City 


55,948 1 12,044 


11,749 


10,982 


- 


215 




2 , 196 


947 


- 




11,156 


279 


Baltimore 


41,328 


8,687 


8,851 


7,763 


- 




- 




2 , 086 




255 


6,386 


135 


Calvert 


1,806 


406 


405 


198 








- 


177 


137 




210 




fifl 1*0 1 ^ np 


1,845 


377 


437 


389 










71 






201 






4,913 


835 


786 


900 






255 


223 


293 


59 




523 




Cecil 


3,803 








- 


- 


882 


1,621 


70 


182 


- 


489 




Charles 


3,342 


815 


749 


760 


- 


- 


- 




90 


- 


- 


579 


- 




2,569 


627 


569 


519 










135 






IAS 




Fi"pHpi"1 c\e 


6,523 




135 


141 






1 , 394 


1,070 


526 


1 254 




701 




Garrett 


1,916 


434 


429 


296 


_ 








123 


'122 


_ 


356 


18 


Harford 


7,920 


935 


917 


1,232 


24 




804 


770 


289 


203 


59 


1,410 


23 


Howard 


4,175 


924 


847 


777 










114 


84 




806 


41 


Kent 


1,256 


301 


284 


162 










29 


86 




230 




Montgomery 


36,403 


6,548 


7,914 


6,088 




188 


199 




1,383 


1,885 




3,940 


370 


Prince George's 


37,902 


8,735 


8,193 


8,088 










1,392 






6,377 


213 


Queen Anne's 


1,732 


384 


339 


299 


24 








43 




65 


240 




St. Mary's 


2,668 


639 


533 


541 




21 






148 




24 


192 




Somerset 


1,805 


412 


387 


363 


28 








82 






280 




Talbot 


1,712 


400 


375 


191 








35 


65 


128 


158 






Washington 


7,342 


1,698 


1,680 












422 


43 




1,588 


88 


Wicomico 


4,391 


1,102 


922 


175 








23 


275 


569 




451 


24 


Worcester 


2,476 


508 


512 


429 










153 


66 




429 





NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units indicate that these local school systems develop and offer spacialized variations of 
standard electives. 



TABLE 

56 



Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 





Biological 










Chemical 










Physical 






Sciences 


Botany, 






Chemical 


Education 


Chemistry 


Chemistry 






Science 




Local Unit 


Curriculum 


Horticul- 




Advanced 


Bond 


Materials 


and 


and 




Advanced 


Study 


Other 




Study 


ture, and 


Chemistry 


Chemistry 


Approach 


Study 


Physics I 


Physics II 


Physics 


Physics 


Committee 


Science 




(BSCS) 


Zoology 






(CBA) 


(CHEMS) 










(PSSC) 




Total State 


9,550 


585 


17,530 


558 


380 


2,409 


140 


39 


6,468 


149 


2,225 


940 


Allegany 


131 




341 


11 


140 








162 




49 


40 


Anne Arundel 


401 


402 


1,509 


79 










414 


16 


42 


63 


BaltiiTiore City 






3,349 


245 






_ 




2,413 


17 




356 


Baltimore 


2,049 


- 


3,396 


78 


26 


288 


- 


- 


629 


20 


661 


18 


Calvert 


127 




83 












33 






30 


Caroline 


179 




81 












22 


_ 


23 


65 


Carroll 


334 




371 






55 






206 






27 


Cecil 


264 




62 






134 






22 




82 




Charles 


68 


- 


115 


- 


- 


49 


- 


- 


88 


- 


29 


- 


Dorchester 


126 




152 




~ 


~ 






91 




5 




Frederick 


587 




390 




45 


38 






73 




69 




Garrett 






99 












39 








Harford 


94 


- 


686 


61 


28 


- 


- 


- 


250 


16 


94 


25 


Howard 


98 


37 


276 




46 








75 




40 


10 


Kent 


26 




94 












44 








Montgomery 


2,722 


94 


2,009 




95 


1,533 


140 


29 


540 


14 


712 




Prince George's 


1,298 




2,371 


47 




98 






788 


39 


206 


57 


Queen Anne's 


83 




150 






62 






43 








St. Mary's 


340 




102 






61 










67 




Somerset 


26 




134 












73 




20 




Talbot 


166 




85 












109 








Washington 


16 




1,239 


25 










163 


27 


104 


249 


Wicomico 


387 




220 


12 




91 




10 


130 








Worcester 


28 


52 


216 












61 




22 





TABLE 

57 



Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 





Total 
Mathe- 
matics 


General Mathematics 


Univers ity 
of Maryland 
Mathematics 
Project 
(UMMaP) 


School 
Mathematics 
Study Group 
(SMSG) 


Mathe- 
matics 
Voca- 
tional 


Algebra 


Junior High 


Senior Hi 




Elementary 


Inter- 
mediate 


Grade 
/ 


Grade 

Q 

o 


Grade 


T 
1 


T T 

J- X 


Combi- 
nation 


P t- 3 H o 
I d u t; 

S 

o 


Grade 

Q 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


A 

vj L a Qe s 
7 to 9 


\j r a oe s 
10 to 12 


Total State 


246,933 


46,516 


44,826 


25,570 


10,264 


2,935 


3,115 


7 , 107 


6, 242 


37 '9 


614 


784 


4,856 


33,392 


14 , /bo 


Al legany 


u , ^ o ^ 


1,337 


1,196 


705 


51 


161 


158 


_ 


_ 


_ 


66 




331 


687 


499 


Anne Arundel 




763 


3,442 


1,708 


612 


317 


104 


_ 


249 


106 


24 




513 


3,018 


1,703 


DaiLiuiore v_>iuy 


DO f 1 LD 


11,773 


11,971 


5,581 


5,650 


1,718 


i , OOJ 


_ 




_ 








7,602 


9b J 


Baltimore 


40,438 


8,969 


1 


4,902 


1,283 






- 


- 


- 


130 


104 


1,169 


5, 305 


/ OCT 

4,05/ 


Calvert 


1,646 


322 


289 


251 




- 




97 


106 






- 




173 


111 
111 


\_iCl L (J 1. J. lie 


1 S4 1 


440 


462 








57 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




35 


176 


54 




L 1 Rft 

H , J.OO 


1,095 


920 


471 


18 


_ 


32 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




60 


570 


243 






887 


789 


426 


144 


155 


LI 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24 




420 




Charles 


3,172 


579 


613 


492 


131 


226 




133 


90 


188 


62 




- 


247 


loi 


Dorchester 


2,349 


542 


607 


294 


29 














- 




292 






5 , 558 


1,053 


984 


655 


143 




31 


312 


293 








77 


686 


275 




1 798 


443 


336 


253 






101 












93 


172 


98 


Harford 


7,237 


1,768 


1,453 


836 


126 


33 


144 










10 


169 


863 


715 


Howard 


3,802 


923 


789 


355 






247 












62 


568 


286 


Kent 


1,148 


303 


287 


134 




23 


42 








12 






124 


82 


Montgomery 


37,837 


2,7 30 


2,535 


2,397 


695 




32 


5,603 


4,639 




56 


229 


816 


5,396 


2,818 


Prince George's 


35,307 


7,935 


6,640 


3,737 


992 


219 




659 


666 






125 


1,071 


4,971 


796 


Queen Anne's 


1,408 


345 


185 


200 


22 


22 




54 


15 








173 


65 


42 


St. Mary's 


2,295 


427 


345 


266 






105 


128 


94 


85 




46 


86 


250 


231 


Somerset 


1,524 


381 


345 


86 


49 


28 


21 














223 


131 


Talbot 


1,518 


400 


377 


121 


26 




55 














246 


22 


Washington 


6,643 


1,620 


1,680 


910 


149 


15 


120 










93 




739 




Wicomico 


3,867 


1,091 


726 


510 


12 












264 




201 


322 


436 


Worces ter 


2, 178 


390 


426 


280 


132 


18 


41 


121 


90 










277 


139 



TABLE 

57 



Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 





Algebra 




Geometry 


Trigonometry 


and 














Local Unit 






Algebra 














Analytic 




Applied 






Ad- 


Combi- 


and 




Plane 


Solid 


Analytic 


Probabil- 




Geometry 


Advanced 


Mathe- 


Mathe- 


Other 




vanced 


nation 


Trie- 


Plane 




Geometry 


Geometry 


ity and 


Calculus 


and 


Mathe- 


mat ics 


ma tics 


Mathe- 








onometry 




Solid 






Statistics 




Calculus 


mat Ics 


(Con- 


Review 


matics 


























sumer ) 






Total State 




n c 

2.1 D 


7,901 


n c/ c 
y , 5hD 




y^i 


O TIC 

2 , Ji5 


127 


411 


204 


3,615 


1,346 


357 


1,891 


Allegany 


15 






4y4 




O T Q 








zy 


zy 




31 




Anne Arundel 






Co/ 

534 


J jy 


QQ 1 

Vol 












-jy 






O Q "7 

Zo/ 


Baltimore City 






I , d40 


4,840 






338 




1 Q 1 

lol 




i , zyy 






1 A 
J jO 


Baltimore 


572 


71 


10/ 


289 


2,986 


- 


943 




I Jo 






Z / Z 






Calvert 






15 


Aft 


J J 










_ 


22 


92 


62 


25 


Caroline 






1 c 

1 J 


7 c 














Zo 


J 1 


1 1 n 


i J 


Carroll 






33 


1 no 




7 1 










i Ji 


J J 


Q 

zy 




Cecil 


4 




III 




307 












7 A 








Charles 


- 


84 


D 1 




28 


- 


18 








jy 








Dorchester 






31 


O O 
00 


1 Q 1 






74 


_ 


_ 


27 


8 


30 


42 


Frederick 


OCT 




— 


OA A 




"J o 
jy 


Ji 








O Q 

^zy 








Garrett 






— 


24 


84 


13 


26 








1 


OH 




Dy 


Harford 






141 


236 


356 




170 


Z9 












Zif 


Howard 


78 




15 




397 












22 


60 






Kent 






19 


43 


29 


28 












22 






Montgomery 


177 


17 


2,003 


243 


6,384 


109 






25 


27 


611 


295 






Prince George's 


22 


103 


1,573 


1,546 


2,643 


125 


574 


24 


69 


83 


637 






97 


Queen Anne ' s 


20 






67 


24 


62 










15 




74 


23 


St. Mary's 






80 




131 
















21 




Somerset 








79 


48 












68 


65 






Talbot 






93 


9 


91 


16 










62 








Washington 






388 


556 


47 


43 










120 


163 






Wicomico 


27 






11 


63 




120 








45 






39 


Worcester 


36 




32 


95 


18 


21 


41 










21 







TABLE 

58 



Foreign Language Enrollments: Maryland Publ ' , High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Spanish 


German 


Russ ian 


Total 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


Combi- 
nation 


Total 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


Total 


I 


II 


Level 

I 


Level 
1 1 


Level 
I 


Level 
1 1 


Total State 


25,842 


2, 136 


322 


2,038 


277 


9,952 


7,423 


2,439 


577 


133 


545 


4, 126 


''2,320 


1,298 


^438 


70 


216 


141 


75 


Allegany 


696 


256 


- 


- 


- 


228 


155 


57 
























Anne Arundel 


995 




- 






688 


252 


43 


7 


5 


- 


227 


144 


54 


6 


23 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


4,381 


235 




744 


122 


1,424 


1,505 


226 


125 






2,037 


1,116 


662 


^259 


- 








Baltimore 






102 


1 , 214 


65 




^ , ^ O 7 






73 


95 


■^9S 
J 7 J 


198 


148 


49 




1 sn 


87 


63 


Calvert 








































Caroline 


78 


- 


- 


- 


- 






36 


18 


24 




















Carroll 


90 


- 


- 


- 


- 


67 


23 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


222 










118 


64 


17 


- 


- 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 








































Dorchester 








































Frederick 


170 




43 




30 


48 


18 


. 


_ 


_ 


31 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


Garrett 


1 










1 




























rid L J. U 1 u 


467 




111 




60 


172 


92 


32 
























Howard 


439 


66 




16 




156 


159 


16 






26 


















Kent 








































Montgomery 


3,258 




66 






1,813 


1,037 


128 


30 




184 


610 


''302 


235 


59 


14 


22 


22 




Prince George's 


6,280 


1,523 




64 




2,611 


1,418 


468 


126 


31 


39 


857 


560 


199 


65 


33 


44 


32 


12 


Queen Anne ' s 








































St. Mary's 


244 










145 


72 


7 


4 




16 


















Somerset 








































Talbot 








































Washington 


436 










194 


172 


46 


24 






















Wicomico 


698 


56 








224 


167 


120 






131 


















Worcester 









































'German Grade 7, Level 1-34. 
''German IV - 73. 



TABLE 

58 

Foreign Language Enrollments: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Latin D French 



Local Unit 


Total 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Combi- 
nation 


Total 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


Combi- 
nation 


Level 
I 


II 


Lgvg 1 

I 


Level 

II 


Total State 


8,222 


4,086 


3,056 


492 


*154 


434 


65,151 


8,939 


1,218 


8,743 


1,828 


14,910 


16,681 


8,727 


3,102 


601 


402 


Allegany 


430 


207 


202 


21 


- 


- 


1,490 


101 




423 


132 


288 


401 


136 


9 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


243 


155 


88 


- 


- 


- 


3,507 




- 






1,697 


1,181 


451 


166 


12 


- 


Baltimore City 


1,372 


683 


480 


97 


*112 




15,162 


1,792 




3,447 


635 


2,983 


4,109 


1,673 


523 








901 


369 


282 


147 


11 


92 


9,291 


67 


Ill 


1 , 532 


35 


1,688 


2,999 


1,878 


707 


232 


42 


Calvert 


74 


50 








24 


506 


99 




105 




130 


108 


46 


18 






Caroline 


115 


55 


60 


- 


- 


- 


114 










43 


40 


31 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


40 


24 


16 


- 


- 


- 


811 


- 


- 


- 


- 


370 


276 


125 


40 


- 


- 


Cecil 


11 


7 


4 


- 






256 


- 


- 


- 


- 


97 


94 


9 






56 


PVtflrl PS 














599 










330 


199 


48 


22 






Dorchester 


49 


49 


- 


- 


- 


- 


603 






32 




369 


135 


67 




- 


- 


Frederick 


387 


172 


121 


42 


19 


33 


1 ,063 


35 


176 


21 


205 


309 


232 


48 


- 


- 


37 


Garrett 










- 




455 






93 




62 


300 










Harford 


A A *; 

H J 




9 HA 


1 




1 J 




254 


132 


96 


34 




448 


1 4? 


7 3 




19 


Howard 


138 


85 


16 


10 




27 


1,106 


211 




215 




126 


270 


201 


23 




60 


Kent 


97 


61 


36 








263 


62 




7 




61 


74 


39 


8 


12 




Montgomery 


2,069 


1,025 


809 


31 


5 


199 


17,025 


3,307 


746 


2,355 


755 


2,206 


3,476 


2,774 


1,024 


305 


77 


Prince George's 


915 


503 


350 


36 




26 


7,158 


2,418 








2,500 


1,347 


577 


249 


20 


47 


Queen Anne ' s 














235 




6 






98 


81 


46 


4 






St. Mary's 


54 


36 








18 


282 










132 


99 


9 


3 




39 


Somerset 














599 


149 




121 




146 


85 


57 


41 






Talbot 


54 


33 


21 








361 










180 


86 


51 


44 






Washington 


652 


301 


289 


55 


7 




770 










425 


254 


44 


22 




25 


Wicomico 


176 


76 


78 


22 






1,145 


356 




203 




41 


278 


153 


114 






Worcester 














729 


88 


47 


93 


32 


207 


109 


121 


12 


20 





*Latin V - 25. 



TABLE 

59 



Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Agricul- 
ture 


General 
Agriculture 


Orna- 
mental 
Horti- 
cul ture 


Other 
Agricul- 
ture 


Vocational Agriculture 


Grade 

7 


Grade 

Q 

O 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


I & II 
Combi- 
nation 


III & IV 
Combi- 
nation 


Other 
Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


4,173 


111 


117 


77 


*422 


952 


764 


435 


337 


84 


632 


242 




45 












1 4 


21 


10 








Anno Ai*iiriHAi 


54 


- 


- 






20 


15 






- 


19 


- 


Baltimore City 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


93 


- 


- 


- 


- 


41 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


52 


Calvert 


53 


- 


- 






14 


17 


- 


- 


- 


22 


- 




161 












44 








40 




P a rrol 1 

\ja L I. \J 1. 1. 


372 


Ill 


_ 






58 


48 


23 


22 


22 


88 


- 


Cecil 


115 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36 


36 


13 


6 


- 


24 


- 


Charles 


229 


- 


- 


16 


- 


66 


38 


51 


42 


- 


- 


16 


UUL ^llCO UCX 


116 


- 


- 






20 


17 


- 


- 


23 


56 


- 


P't'oHot"! f*\e 

r L CUCL ^^1^ 


383 








34 


47 


91 


62 


18 




27 


104 


Garrett 


198 






- 




44 


40 


70 


44 








Harford 


211 




22 


18 




82 


32 


24 


15 




18 




Howard 


46 










28 












18 


Kent 


129 










25 


12 


39 


30 




23 




Montgomery 


352 








^^-282 


26 


11 








13 


20 


Prince George's 


369 




52 


36 


33 


83 


58 


14 


21 




72 




Queen Anne ' s 


202 










33 


64 


26 


30 




49 




St. Mary's 


128 










61 


30 








37 




Somerset 


131 




43 






23 


22 


16 


11 




16 




Talbot 


114 










27 


22 


10 


12 




43 




Washington 


373 






7 


73 


84 


84 


30 


27 




36 


32 


Wicomico 


133 










22 


35 


25 


22 


16 


13 




Worcester 


166 










61 


34 




12 


23 


36 





*Includes Agriculture Horticulture I - 191; Agriculture Horticulture II - 68. 



TABLE 

60 



Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Locai Unit 


Total 
Home 
Eco- 
nomic s 


General Home Economics 


Vocational Home Economics 


Other 
Home 
Eco- 
nomics 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


Combi- 
nation 


Senior 
Program 


I 


11 


III 


IV 


Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


83,495 


15 , 600 


o 1 mo 
Z J , 91 J 


1 Q £ 1 1 

io , Oil 


n A /. o 
9 ,'t'*Z 


/ 1/1 

^ , iHl 






bii 




Jz 






TOO 


3,208 




2 , 192 


69 


729 


627 


72 






14 




44 


59 


26 


14 


538 




Annp AtiidHpI 


5 , 673 


2 


2,040 


2,103 


905 


352 


185 


86 


- 














Ril 1 t" 1 mo T" p P 1 t" V 


21 ,495 


5,212 


5,405 


3,571 


2,911 


1,416 


875 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,105 


Baltimore 


13^349 


343 


4,328 


4,390 


1 ,516 


637 


684 


376 


319 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


756 


Calvert 


473 


74 


127 


42 


- 


- 


- 


203 


- 


- 




- 


- 


25 


2 


\j<l L \J 1. 1. 11^ 


765 


246 


251 


113 


38 






117 


















1 ,498 


312 


319 


438 


42 


57 


32 




- 


- 


125 


38 


49 


86 




Cec il 


911 


128 


274 


219 


108 


- 


- 


172 


- 








~ 




10 


Charles 


870 


199 


245 


217 


24 


27 


21 


137 








— 








Dorchester 


829 


142 


286 


221 


91 


15 


28 


46 














~ 


Frederick 


2 , 146 


333 


601 


480 


315 


133 


87 


197 
















Garrett 


598 


162 


127 


161 














21 


50 


66 


11 




Harford 


2,264 


586 


761 


336 


249 


173 


90 


16 














53 


Howard 


1,360 


226 


307 


346 


185 


54 


61 


181 
















Kent 


462 


85 


130 


115 


36 


24 


25 


47 
















Montgomery 


7,777 


1,870 


1,864 


1,799 


937 


328 


219 


286 


270 


43 




27 


24 


22 


88 


Prince George's 


13,749 


4,008 


4,048 


2,405 


1,038 


688 


277 


99 


32 


99 


350 


283 


211 


40 


171 


Queen Anne's 


446 


101 


96 


68 


16 






9 




22 


60 


43 


31 






St. Mary's 


760 


171 


259 


117 


101 


32 


23 


18 




22 


17 










Somerset 


453 


41 


160 


84 


73 


33 


62 


















Talbot 


349 


106 


88 


82 


13 




14 


46 
















Washington 


2,978 


749 


861 


321 


499 


239 


72 


237 
















Wicomico 


1,526 


375 


405 


261 


201 


124 


99 


51 














10 


Worcester 


572 


60 


202 


95 


72 


9 


10 


99 


12 












13 



TABLE 

61 



Industrial Education (industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Industrial 

Arts 
Education 




General Tndustria 


1 Arts 






Drav/ine 


Gcr 


eral 


Vi'oodwork 


Grade 
7 


Grade 

a 
o 


Grade 

Q 
7 


Grade 
1 n 


Grade 
1 1 


Grade 
12 


Combi- 
nation 


Mechanical 


Other 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nat ion 


I 


II 


III 


Comb i — 
nation 


Total State 


102,643 


12,262 


Z 1 , i J 


1 '^ 7 7ft 

i J , / / 


1 QQQ 


987 


809 


1,934 


A A ^7 


1 AAA 


J\J 1 


" i U , U i J 


•f^i on 

' ' / 7U 


2,334 


924 


Jib 


-'-A A 7 A 


Allegany 


2,085 


63 


686 


695 


164 


122 


86 


219 










y 

' 20 








30 


Anne Arundel 


6,278 


14 


2,208 


2,240 


302 


121 


91 


27 


106 


60 


19 


176 


^^1 


98 


34 


11 


85 


Baltimore City 


31,858 


1,978 


2,870 


1,731 


285 


78 


119 




" 






"-■9 ,193 








- 


•■5,724 


Baltimore 


16,259 


337 


4 , 590 


4 , 513 


21 


19 


19 




1,312 


576 


1 98 


36 


f-i'/ 
' 74 


] ,137 


443 


179 


66 


Calvert 


426 


53 


96 


56 


10 


17 




173 


21 
















~ 


Carol ine 


843 


246 


O "7 C 


112 


77 


10 


13 


28 


. 


_ 


_ 






_ 


_ 






Carroll 


1,468 


217 


268 


450 


89 


76 


105 


118 


52 


27 


15 






_ 


_ 






Cecil 


947 


173 


154 


127 








167 


00 


1 / 


JO 


D J 


^6 


- 


- 


- 


37 


Charles 


569 


60 


242 


120 


lo 


116 
























Dorchester 


715 


64 


loo 


ion 

189 


ITT 


33 


46 


71 




















Frederick 


2,289 


331 


561 


523 


229 


33 


31 


181 


25 


19 


20 


50 




23 


73 




99 


Garrett 


374 


78 


74 


97 








69 


















32 


Harford 


2,656 


619 


872 


211 


74 


7 


10 




184 


11 


24 


24 


^8 


93 


50 


38 


17 


Howard 


1,862 


261 


323 


377 










142 


24 


26 






156 


44 


14 


20 


Kent 


439 


119 


95 


81 


6 






24 




















Montgomery 


12,011 


1,718 


1,770 


1,234 








354 


1,579 


523 


27 


56 


''^547 


346 


51 




311 


Prince George's 


14,662 


4,238 


4,180 


2,231 


182 


117 


104 


102 


829 


253 


116 


243 




440 


229 


74 


229 


Queen Anne ' s 


380 


86 


139 


56 


14 


18 


13 






















St. Mary's 


851 


143 


309 


109 


20 






84 


38 


7 




17 




41 








Somerset 


348 


35 


126 


67 


51 


13 


56 






















Talbot 


351 


120 


69 


34 


13 


14 




77 


9 


















Washington 


2,657 


794 


827 


207 


147 


77 


52 


143 


51 


48 


26 


120 












Wicomico 


1,681 


397 


434 


228 


137 


84 


34 


47 


21 


33 




37 


^24 








24 


Worcester 


634 


118 


277 


90 


37 


32 


30 


50 





















*Breakdown by level not available. 

^Includes the following in Engineering Drawing: Allegany, 20; Anne Arundel, 28; Wicomico, 24; except Montgomery which includes 80 in Engineering 

Drawing and 22 in Advanced Engineering Drawing. 
^Includes the following in Architectual Drawing: Anne Arundel, 33; Baltimore, 74; Cecil, 16; Harford, 48; except Montgomery which includes 303 

in Architectual Drawing 1; 38 in Architectual Drawing II; 104 in Architectual Drawing Combination. 



TABLE 

61 



Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


General 


Metalwork 


Elec- 
tricity 


Elec- 
tronics 


Power 
Me- 
chanics 


Printing 


Automotive Mechanics 
and Maintenance 


Graphic 
Arts 


Other 
Indus- 
trial Arts 
Educa- 
tion 


X 


1 1 


III 


Comb i — 

n a t" 1 r\T\ 


I 


II 


Ill 


Cotnbi — 

n 3 t" i n n 


I 


II 


III 


Combl- 


Total State 


1,844 


431 


211 


*3,822 


2,015 


1,501 


2,105 


299 


92 


328 


*1,714 


663 


314 


177 


*365 


1,622 


2,077 


Allegany 




































Anne Arundel 


160 


80 


15 


125 


io 


Q/. 




- 


- 


- 


- 


82 


32 


19 


- 






Baltimore City 


- 


- 


- 


*3,488 


1 ICQ 
i , i JO 




i , ojZ 


- 


- 


- 


*1,714 




~ 




*365 






Bait imore 


777 


220 


98 


78 


123 


787 


26 


256 


92 


81 


- 


149 


52 




— 


_ 




Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


~ 




- 


- 


- 


Carol ine 
























35 


33 


14 








Carroll 


21 


- 


- 


- 






JU 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 






J. 1 


- 


- 


- 


18 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


51 




Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




13 


Dorchester 










- 


- 


21 


— 


— 




— 










- 


- 


Frederick 


26 






65 




























Garrett 








24 


























I 


Harford 


80 


39 


35 


















75 


38 


18 




23 




Howard 


122 






24 


96 


17 


83 










42 


21 


22 






48 


Kent 
























42 


67 






5 




Montgomery 


273 








620 


91 


176 


43 




99 




140 


26 


76 




1,271 


680 


Prince George's 


365 


71 


35 






104 


100 






148 












272 




Queen Anne ' s 
























54 












St. Mary's 
























10 


15 








58 


Somerset 




































Talbot 


































15 


Washington 


20 


21 


28 






59 












17 


20 










Wicomico 














17 










17 


10 


28 






109 


Worcester 





































"Breakdown by level not available. 



TABLE 

62 



Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: 

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Vocational- 
Industrial 

and 
Vocational- 
Technical 
Education 


Aircraft 
Mechanics 


Art 


Automo- 
tive 
Mechanic 


Beauty 
Operator 
Training- 
(Cosmet- 
ology) 


Bui Iding 

Trades, 
Stone 

masonry, 
Tilesetting, 
Brick- 
laying 


Cabinet 
Making 


Car- 
pentry 


Draft- 
ing 


Electrici ty 

and 
Electronics 


Food 
Trades 


Floricul- 
ture 
and 
Horti- 
culture 


Interior 
Decora- 
tion 


Laundry 

and 

Dry- 
c leaning 


Machine 
Shop 


Total State 


23,246 


15 


2,663 


2,127 


1,124 


388 


281 


845 


2,916 


601 


432 


319 


648 


62 


1,449 


Al legany 


464 






129 






105 




45 


47 










78 


Anne Arundel 


608 


- 


- 


186 


- 


20 


63 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


84 


Baltimore City 


14,678 


- 


2,663 


666 


735 


79 


46 


550 


2,495 


359 


331 


268 


534 


35 


619 


Baltimore 


694 


- 


- 


353 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


64 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cflro line 
































Carroll 


357 


- 


- 


76 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


236 


Cecil 


783 


- 


- 


300 


- 


- 


- 


66 


48 


60 


60 


- 


- 


- 


63 


Charles 


242 


- 


- 


96 


- 


130 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


27 






27 
























Garrett 


349 
















151 












198 


Harford 


105 
















57 












48 


Howard 


123 










52 




27 




44 












Kent 
































Montgomery 


2,524 


15 




155 


263 




52 


93 




21 


41 


23 




27 




Prince George's 


1,164 






83 


126 


37 




27 


20 


39 




28 


114 




36 


Queen Anne's 
































St. Mary's 


72 






56 
























Somerset 
































Talbot 


: 


: 




























Washington 


687 










47 


15 


61 














23 


Wicomico 


369 










23 




21 


73 


31 












Worcester 

































TABLE 

52 



Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: 

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



















Service 
















Maintenance 






Radio 


Plumbing 






Trades - 




Distribu- 




Work 


Other 






and 


Metal 


Needle 


ana 


and 


Practical 


Print- 


Barbering, 


Weld- 


tive 


Uiversi tied 


Experience 


Vocational- 


Vocational- 


Local Unit 


Service 


Work 


Trades 


Television 


Pipe- 


Nursing 


ing 


Shoe 


ing 


Education 


Occupations 


On the Job 


Industrial 


Technical 




Mechanics 








fitting 






Repairing, 








Training 


Education 


Education 


















etc. 














Total State 


832 


4A3 


855 


184 


17 


175 


787 


1,026 


355 


874 


664 


1,095 


1,319 


750 


Allegany 


~ 








~ 




4 






31 


25 






■ 


Anne Arundel 




27 
















168 




60 






Baltimore City 


820 


124 


807 


115 


17 


121 


521 


1,026 


180 


347 


- 




937 


283 


Baltimore 


■ 


- 


■ 




- 


■ 


- 


- 




26 


251 


- 






Calvert 


■ 


- 


~ 




- 




- 


- 


- 


- 




- 






Caroline 






























Carroll 




18 


























Cecil 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


60 


- 


- 


36 


90 


- 


Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 






























Garrett 






























Harford 






























Howard 






























Kent 






























Montgomery 


12 












170 






215 


239 


708 


184 


306 


Prince George's 




93 




40 




19 


55 




15 




149 


236 




47 


Queen Anne's 






























St. Mary's 
























16 






Somerset 






























Talbot 






























Washington 




181 


48 






35 


37 




17 






17 


92 


114 


Wicomico 








29 










83 


87 




22 






Worcester 































TABLE 

63 



Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Business 
Educa t ion 


Intro- 
duction to 
Bus iness 


Intro- 
duction to 
Business 
and 
Type- 
writing 


General 
Bus ines s 


Business 
Arith- 
metic 


Typewriting 


Ad- 
vanced 
Type- 
writing 
and 
Office 
Practice 


Clerical 
Office 
Prac t ice 


Clerical 
and 
Secretaria L 
Office 
Practice 


Shorthand 


I 


II 


I 

and 
II 


Personal 
Use 


I 


II 


I 

and 
II 


Total State 


TOR 9 T 


o , U07 


11 A9 1 


OO J 




20,141 


11,187 


199 


6,228 


c f ZOO 


7 7 9n 


C177 


6,362 


3,464 


49 


Allegany 


3,929 


570 






594 


677 


400 




248 


32 




181 


250 


124 




Anne Arundel 


9,941 


670 


1,682 


- 


- 


1,951 


689 


- 


542 


- 


743 


201 


470 


295 


- 


Baltimore City 


33, 776 


93 


5 , 580 


511 


2 , 534 


6,076 


2,723 


- 


154 




5,017 




699 


552 


- 


Baltimore 


17 ,470 


521 


2 ,033 




3 , 282 


89 


1 ,924 




1 ,608 


1,378 


— 


— 


1,122 


672 




Calvert 


936 


219 


35 




139 


159 


68 




53 


6 


38 




46 


20 


12 


Caroline 


1,367 


207 




48 


269 


186 


120 


- 


15 




54 


12 


77 


60 


- 


Carroll 


2,866 


460 


- 


- 


331 


388 


304 




233 


120 


73 


- 


199 


131 




Cecil 


2,224 


382 






266 


490 


207 




38 


— 


7 3 


51 


119 


87 




Charles 


1 ,725 


256 






291 


231 


221 




98 


20 


62 


38 


75 


49 




Dorchester 


1 , 339 


224 


39 




134 


196 


154 


20 


116 




31 




67 


44 


17 


Frederick 


3,730 


666 






753 


606 


354 


40 


74 




48 


7 


168 


111 




Garrett 


888 


180 






65 


194 


86 




36 




29 


49 


57 


50 




Harford 


4,658 


661 






755 


993 


390 


33 


118 




236 


47 


228 


113 




Howard 


2,216 


82 


206 




408 


505 


82 






83 






126 


57 




Kent 


731 


158 






118 


152 


62 




31 


16 


20 




74 


21 




Montgomery 


11,951 


1,013 


15 




848 


4,413 


1,167 


17 


365 




216 


218 


994 


368 




Prince George's 


17,160 


507 


2,033 


185 


3,145 


721 


1,227 


57 


1,682 


539 


561 


63 


1,001 


389 




Queen Anne ' s 


783 


55 




41 


159 


128 


76 




28 


18 


14 


39 


17 


16 




St. Mary's 


1,560 


222 






251 


332 


130 




36 




71 


21 


87 


39 


20 


Somerset 


1,009 


166 




49 


135 


209 


96 


32 


53 


18 


27 




38 


23 




Talbot 


868 


184 






120 


143 


88 




50 




59 




36 


10 




Washington 


3,634 


49 






893 


713 


336 




161 


32 


219 


50 


228 


116 




Wicomico 


2,640 


296 




49 


461 


335 


173 




468 




87 




92 


57 




Worcester 


1,122 


248 






59 


254 


110 




21 


24 


42 




92 


60 





TABLE 

63 



Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Secretarial 
Office 
Practice 


Business 
Machines 


Commer- 
cial 
English 


Note- 
hand 

— — 


Record 
Keeping 


Bookkeeping 


Business 
Eco- 
nomics 

— — 


Business 
Law 


Business 

Eco- 
nomics 

and 
Business 

Law 


Sales- 
manship 


Salesmanship 
and 


Eco- 
nomics 
of 

Distribu- 

tion( Job 
Problems) 


Other 
Business 
Education 


I 


1 1 


Business 
Law 


Consumer 
Educat ion 


Total State 


1,070 


676 


188 


473 


T^- 

352 


12 ,633 


1,640 


1 , 628 


7— 

2 ,052 


— , — 
3 , 682 


; — 

1 , 394 


669 


478 


177 


6,193 


Allegany 




57 


- 




23 


A7Q 

*+ / 7 






182 






1 12 




- 




Anne Arundel 


149 






41 


89 


1 230 


213 


133 


105 


186 


260 




254 




38 


Baltimore City 




494 


- 






2^180 


258 


1,285 


1,074 




62 


- 




- 


4,484 


Baltimore 


54 


- 


31 


27 


- 


2,031 


409 


- 


72 


1,304 


855 


- 


- 


26 


32 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33 


O J 




- 


- 


25 


- 






- 


- 


Caroline 


33 


— 








1 J ^ 






38 


116 












Carroll 








81 




296 










101 


I 


I 




149 


Cecil 


67 


- 


- 




- 


279 




- 


- 


54 




111 




- 




Charles 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


268 




- 


- 


55 


- 




36 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


182 


16 


- 


92 


- 


- 






- 


- 


Frederick 












319 








J J J 


20 






21 


121 


Garrett 






32 






91 












19 








Harford 


74 




81 






447 






80 


133 






123 




146 


Howard 


20 






50 




247 


124 




69 


60 










97 


Kent 












62 












17 








Montgomery 


178 






213 


93 


1,003 


77 




70 


158 




35 




130 


360 


Prince George ' s 


342 


57 


29 


61 


94 


2,015 


264 




83 


1,131 


96 


241 






637 


Queen Anne ' s 






15 






53 




23 


24 


39 






38 






St. Mary's 












206 


37 










108 








Somerset 












98 




57 










8 






Talbot 


9 










101 








68 












Washington 


9 










468 


197 




163 














Wicomico 


34 


68 








240 


19 


130 










19 




112 


Worcester 


20 










123 


26 










26 






17 



TABLE 

64 



Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



■■ ■ 


Total 
Physical 
and 

Health 
Education 


Physical Education 


Other 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 9 


Grade 10 


Grade 11 


Grade 12 


Combinat ion 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 





D 




D 




n 
D 








Total State 


280,393 


16, 170 


21,951 


22,678 


21 ,292 


19, 114 


18,315 


14,249 


12,094 


9, 380 


6 , 930 


6, 792 


6 , 392 


11,122 


8,670 


7 ,846 


Allegany 


5,586 


621 


660 


566 


634 


644 


450 


104 


149 


24 


38 


30 


- 


628 


330 


38 


Anne Arundel 


18,519 


2,171 


2,622 


2,144 


2,540 


2,194 


1,970 


1,190 


679 


558 


445 


339 


126 


928 


583 


30 


Baltimore City 


67,784 


- 


6,999 


7,096 


6,398 


6,654 


6,568 


5,475 


4,866 


4,678 


4,192 


2,759 


4,524 


- 


- 


7,575 


Baltimore 


50,516 


553 


270 


804 


571 


230 


207 


620 


601 


555 


541 


726 


504 


110 


- 


23 


Calvert 


1,733 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


181 


141 




Caroline 


2,704 


250 


334 


381 


312 


224 


161 


207 


204 


- 


- 


- 


- 


393 


238 


_ 


Carroll 


5,690 


389 


394 


522 


396 


507 


460 


113 


184 


107 


154 


122 


112 


384 


55 


- 


Cecil 


3,952 


146 


112 


141 


142 


193 


215 


362 


380 


21 


- 


- 


- 


129 


75 


- 


Charles 


2,955 


274 


309 


234 


313 


212 


180 


136 


103 


26 








712 


456 




Dorchester 


2,413 


305 


179 


286 


198 


Id / 


143 


izo 


y / 


a/. 

04- 


7 Q 

/ y 


1 


ny 


(31 


'♦J 


44 


Frederick 


7,832 


524 


531 


793 


327 


465 


359 


187 


275 


41 


25 


11 


20 


291 


228 


- 


Garrett 


1,827 


236 


162 


183 


136 


199 


220 














286 


192 


- 


Harford 


6,212 


1,029 


255 


745 


938 


109 


256 


174 


28 


176 


20 


114 


61 




71 




Howard 


3,723 


363 


320 


346 


319 


336 


295 


124 


101 










549 


271 




Kent 


1,336 


183 


154 


180 


101 


108 


54 


76 


88 


41 


19 


19 


21 


63 


50 




Montgomery 


37,041 


2,314 


2,456 


2,162 


2,214 


2,386 


2,331 


1,692 


1,028 


875 


245 


lib 


185 


1,691 


2,002 




Prince George's 


38,025 


4,400 


3,916 


3,822 


3,631 


3,688 


3,486 


2,864 


2,667 


1,681 


744 


1,377 


489 


2,873 


2,367 


20 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,395 


155 


140 


123 


181 


85 


141 


93 


72 


54 


58 


54 


36 


116 


36 




St. Mary's 


3,191 


401 


450 


392 


360 


41 


31 


57 


45 


39 


18 






602 


462 


93 


Somerset 


1,847 


188 


195 


166 


154 


128 


108 


79 


92 


84 


102 


106 


104 


191 


150 




Talbot 


1,628 


266 


133 


156 


77 


74 


104 


120 


33 










24 


171 




Washington 


8,047 


672 


605 


731 


752 


32 


44 


20 


26 


96 


21 


52 


16 


843 


688 




Wicomico 


4,599 


565 


602 


538 


467 


400 


489 


373 


346 


241 


229 


204 


145 








Worcester 


1,838 


165 


153 


167 


131 


38 


43 


57 


30 


19 








47 


59 


23 



TABLE 

64 



Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 

















Physical and 


Health 


Education 










Health Education 




Grade 7 


Grade 


8 


Grade 9 


Grade 10 


Grade 11 


Grade 12 


Combination 


Other 


Grades 


Other 


Local Unit 






































B 


n 
\j 


Q 

D 


G 


D 
D 


\j 


O 

D 




D 




D 
D 


c 


D 
D 


r 




7 
1 


Q 
O 


q 




Total State 


7,107 


7,155 


6,960 


7 


,057 


8,018 


7,747 


5,596 


5,215 


3,791 


3,442 


3,378 


3,168 


3,666 


3,141 


121 


756 


776 


221 


83 


Allegany 


41 


53 


160 




150 


117 


120 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


29 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 










































Baltimore 


A , 145 


3,871 


4,084 


J 


, OUO 


4,265 


4,261 


3,662 


3,529 


3, 147 


3, 125 


2,828 


2,934 


335 


209 










: 


Calvert 


213 


177 


169 




196 


173 


157 




35 










131 


53 


_ 


23 


70 




14 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroi i 


138 


160 


62 




77 






164 


163 


45 


73 


41 


19 


24 




- 


436 


389 




- 


Cecil 


J J ^ 


jy J 






298 


212 


218 














33 


43 




108 


97 






Charles 










































Dorchester 




63 






88 


66 


92 


49 


26 


23 


20 


19 


17 






_ 








_ 


Frederick 


137 


203 


40 




160 


207 


174 


286 


157 


79 


19 


26 


17 


1,392 


842 


- 








- 


Garrett 




























25 


32 








156 




Harford 


151 


125 


157 




91 


602 


526 


87 


33 


30 




26 




218 


69 


121 










Howard 


108 


109 


100 




80 


120 


118 














35 


29 












Kent 










58 


14 


51 








24 




32 
















Montgomery 


1,555 


1,753 


1,651 


1 


,775 


1,485 


1,354 


1,000 


1,093 


457 


181 


384 


149 


660 


1,151 








36 




Prince George's 










































Queen Anne ' s 










31 


















20 














St. Mary's 












109 


91 




























Somerset 










































Talbot 


22 


20 








18 




16 


12 


10 




28 




159 


185 












Washington 


147 


124 


138 




160 


428 


363 


282 


167 










634 


528 




189 


220 




69 


Wicomico 










































Worcester 


98 


104 


117 




87 


202 


222 


50 








26 



















TABLE 

65 



Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



• 

Local Unit 


Total 
Mus ic 


Music 


Basic 
Mus ic ianship 


Chorus 


Vocal 
ana 
Instru- 
mental 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nat ion 


I 


II 


III 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 




166 665 


63,022 


19,065 


8,563 


12,040 


510 


198 


76 


9,203 


6,180 


8,996 


165 


Al 1 f*c*;5n\7 


6 , 301 


1 , 533 


1,337 


587 


20 








323 


310 


147 


42 


Ann** AT"iinHpl 


9,817 


3,781 


1,038 


781 


180 


54 


I 


~_ 


744 


403 


810 


42 


Baltimore City 


42,889 


35,820 


- 


_ 


_ 


44 


9 


- 


452 


534 


_ 




Baltimore 


31,985 


7,681 


6,825 


5,361 


_ 


110 


_ 


_ 


1,815 


1,234 


3,410 


66 


Calvert 


1 ,067 


379 


154 


138 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


56 


124 




f^Afnl ^ TIP 


1 , 832 


427 


435 






28 


89 


76 


101 


68 


292 




Parrol 1 


3 , 520 


756 


782 


389 




46 


20 




227 


146 


316 




Cecil 


1,227 


305 


145 


74 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


61 


45 


177 


- 


Charles 


1,752 


539 


236 


77 


45 


_ 


_ 


_ 


130 


119 


82 


- 


T\f\ T"^*hpQt"PT" 


1 , 929 


329 


407 


43 


40 


- 


- 


- 


237 


112 


45 




F^pHpt*"! (*\c 


5 439 


1,220 


1,044 


261 


233 


25 






163 


308 


328 




Garrett 


1^422 


343 


220 


203 










78 


133 


84 




Harford 


5,050 


1,846 


1,561 


8 










120 


230 


383 




Howard 


2,607 


749 


633 


128 


223 








108 


151 


184 




Kent 


1,331 


215 


213 


89 


160 








75 


117 


133 




Montgomery 


15,218 


2,419 


2,274 


48 


24 


75 


64 




2,525 


961 


677 




Prince George's 


18,248 


1,539 


10 




8,432 


57 






1,157 


676 


861 




Queen Anne ' s 


1,183 


173 


172 


54 


9 


14 






54 


78 


161 




St. Mary's 


2,010 


335 


247 


39 


579 


2 










201 




Somerset 


1,037 


359 


257 


124 




17 


16 




81 


39 


20 




Talbot 


917 


168 


196 


35 










40 


54 


145 




Washington 


5,542 


580 


287 


6 


2,058 








447 


205 


280 




Wicomico 


2,752 


1,163 


379 


39 










224 


143 


93 




Worcester 


1,590 


363 


213 


79 


37 


38 






41 


58 


43 


15 



TABLE 

65 



Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Band 


Orchestra 


Music - 
Small 
Groups 
Instru- 
mental 


Music 
History 

and 
Litera- 
ture 


Music 
Appre- 

ciation 


Other 
Music 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Total State 


5,951 


6,845 


9,559 


1,062 


787 


1,879 


6,887 


1 , 206 


498 


3,973 


A 1 1 p p^i n V 


181 


271 


315 


5 


116 


60 


1 ,040 






14 


Ann** AninHpl 


609 


454 


313 




17 


12 


466 


67 


46 




BalfiTTinrP Pi t'v 

Oci ^ I- ii C Vif X U jf 


460 


771 


218 


378 




667 






338 


3 , 198 


Baltimore 


710 


317 


2,090 


134 


71 


480 


1,562 


43 




76 


Calvert 


54 


85 


13 








64 


- 


- 


- 


Pfl T n 1 1 np 


26 


55 


211 


- 


- 


- 


14 




10 




Carrol 1 


41 


133 


343 




40 


— 


249 






32 


Cecil 


207 


60 


153 
















Charles 


129 


114 


259 


_ 






11 


- 


10 


1 


Dorchester 


90 


105 


59 






_ 


45 


407 


— 


10 


Frederick 


367 


385 


541 


128 




25 


391 






20 


Garrett 


114 


76 


81 








90 








Harford 


151 


270 


160 






52 


257 


12 


- 


- 


Howard 


78 


152 


143 




25 




18 


15 






Kent 


22 


22 


175 








86 


24 






Montgomery 


708 


1,372 


1,904 


120 


414 


381 


117 


535 




600 


Prince George' s 


674 


1,233 


1,655 


114 


11 


142 


1,687 








Queen Anne ' s 


85 


80 


189 








42 


72 






St. Mary's 


265 


57 


70 








215 








Somerset 


14 




53 








57 








Talbot 


94 


66 


75 








44 








Washington 


389 


410 


358 


183 


93 


60 


155 


31 






Wicomico 


208 


214 


56 








233 








Worcester 


275 


143 


125 








44 




94 


22 



TABLE 

66 



Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Art 


Arts 

and 
Crafts 


Art 


Funda- 
mentals 
of 
Art 


Com- 
mercial 
Art 


History 
of 
Art 


Painting 
and 
Sculp- 
ture 


Ad- 
vanced 
Studio 
Experi- 
ences 


Other 
Art 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


109,329 


16,888 


35,663 


25,180 


12,252 


3,856 


7,221 


4,213 


1,053 


126 


221 


1,066 


1,590 


Allegany 


3,503 


1,466 


919 


837 


140 


12 


107 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


22 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


9,624 


1,200 


3 , 882 


3, 189 


341 


152 


584 


186 


- 


- 


- 


90 


- 


Baltimore City 


22 , 026 




8,825 


4,579 


4, 134 


3,050 


- 




344 








1 ,094 


Baltimore 


25,853 


15 


9,214 


8,608 


5,704 


30 


51 


1,269 


364 


61 


221 


160 


156 


Calvert 


508 


174 


247 








87 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


1,299 


293 


425 


397 


80 


66 


38 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


1,291 


183 


479 


465 


19 


52 




68 


- 


25 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


O O 1 

ool 


j4U 


219 


20 


43 


~ 


226 


J J 












Charles 


560 


292 




36 


-J J 




132 




26 


24 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Dorchester 


1,220 


176 


305 


585 


52 


55 


47 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


3,097 


1,146 


586 


638 


70 




612 


- 


- 


16 


- 


29 


- 


Garrett 


999 


596 










262 


141 












Harford 


3,652 


1,157 


1,205 


1,137 


64 


39 


50 














Howard 


1,868 


450 


804 


356 


258 


















Kent 


377 


122 


186 


59 








10 












Montgomery 


10,284 


643 


3,108 


2,167 


386 


23 


364 


2,213 


319 






721 


340 


Prince George's 


14,096 


8,068 


2,752 


1,410 


688 


271 


907 














Queen Anne ' s 


172 


82 


90 






















St. Mary's 


1,427 




621 


315 


47 


31 


413 














Somerset 


224 




130 


80 






14 














Talbot 




























Washington 


3,790 


194 


249 


54 


67 


51 


3,120 


55 












Wicomico 


1,884 




1,161 


190 


103 


24 


207 


165 








34' 




Worcester 


694 


291 


241 


58 


21 




- 


73 








10 





TABLE 

67 



Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 





i U t-d J. 




UL XVCI UU(^ d L j.(jn 




Local Unit 


Dr iver 






Classroom 




Education 


Classroom 


Practice 


and 










Practice 


Total State 


13,174 


3,563 


1,332 


8,279 


Allegany 


599 


_ 


_ 


599 


Anne Arundel* 




_ 


_ 




Baltimore City* 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


1,511 


277 


221 


1,013 


Calvert 


31 


31 






Caroline 


376 


263 


34 


79 


Carroll* 










Cecil 


81 


81 


- 


- 


Charles 


78 


45 




33 


Dorchester 


24 


24 






Frederick 


812 


812 


_ 




Garrett 


345 




- 


345 


Harford 


921 


160 


510 


251 


Howard* 










Kent 


118 






118 


Montgomery 


3,867 


333 


205 


3,329 


Prince George's 


2,106 


295 


16 


1,795 


Queen Anne's 


386 


94 


139 


153 


St. Mary's 


306 


144 




162 


Somerset* 










Talbot 


117 






117 


Washington 


421 


96 


96 


229 


Wicomico 


865 


698 


111 


56 


Worcester 


210 


210 







*Driver Education in these local units offered during out-of-school hours only. 



TABLE 

68 



Special Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1965 





Total 


Special Education 


Local Unit 


Special 


Junior 


Senior 




VJ U U ^ X 1 1 


High 


High 


Total State 


13,255 


11 , 540 


1,715 


Allegany 


267 


267 




Anne Arundel 


612 


446 


166 


Baltimore City 


6,550 


D , J JU 




Baltimore 


1,086 




/.n7 


Calvert 








Caroline 




_ 


a. 


Carroll 








Cecil 


342 


2o2 


OA 


Charles 


136 


1 Oil 




Dorchester 


14 






Frederick 


128 


128 




Garrett 








Harford 


385 


225 


160 


Howard 


663 


551 


112 


Kent 


366 


260 


106 


Montgomery 


1,250 


1,063 


187 


Prince George's 


720 


590 


130 


Queen Anne ' s 








St. Mary's 


205 


71 


134 


Somerset 








Talbot 








Washington 


348 


183 


165 


Wicomico 


183 


115 


68 


Worcester 









TABLE 

69 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: State of Maryland: 1956-57 - 1965-66 



Average Number Belonging per Teacher and Principal 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary* 


Hish 


1956-57 


26 


3 


30 





21.7 


1957-58 


25 


1 


28 





21.5 


1958-59 


24 


6 


27 


3 


21,4 


1959-60 


24 


2 


26 


9 


21.2 


1960-61 


23 


9 


26 


6 


21.0 


1961-62 


25 


1 


28 


2 


21.9 


1962-63 


23 


1 


25 


7 


20.3 


1963-64 


23 


3 


25 


9 


20.5 


1964-65 


21 


9 


23 


9 


19.9 


1965-66 


22 


1 


24 


4 


19.7 


BY LOCAL UNIT, 1965-66 


Allegany 


22 


9 


26 





20.6 


Anne Arundel 


22 


2 


23 


1 


21.0 


Baltimore City 


23 


6 


27 


1 


19.9 


Baltimore 


21 





22 


5 


19.4 


Calvert 


22 


6 


25 


5 


19.4 


Caroline 


20 


9 


25 





17.4 


Carroll 


22 





24 


3 


19.7 


Cecil 


22 


6 


24 


7 


20.1 


Charles 


22 


2 


24 


3 


19.8 


Dorchester 


23 


3 


25 


5 


21.1 


Frederick 


21 


4 


23 


4 


19.4 


Garrett 


23 


3 


26 


2 


20.5 


Harford 


21 


6 


22 


5 


20.4 


Howard 


22 


4 


24 


5 


20.2 


Kent 


20 


2 


22 


8 


17.6 


Montgomery 


20 


7 


22 


2 


19.2 


Prince George's 


22 


1 


24 


2 


19.8 


Queen Anne ' s 


21 


3 


24 


9 


17.9 


St. Mary's 


22 





27 


6 


16.8 


Somerset 


22 


1 


25 


1 


19.2 


Talbot 


22 


3 


23 


3 


21.2 


Washington 


22 


7 


25 


8 


20.0 


Wicomico 


22 


8 


26 


6 


19.1 


Worcester 


22 


7 


26 


3 


19.4 



^Excludes kindergarten and campus schools at State Colleges. 



TABLE 

70 



Average Number of Pupils Belonging and Attending: Percent of Attendance: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Average Number Belonging 


Average Number Attending 


Percent of Attendance 


































Total 




FT pm An t* t"\7 
u 1. ciiic 11 1. d L y 






Total 




F* 1 Ampnt'JiTV 

Ld I. CUIC 1 1 U d L y 


H 1 ph 
n ign 




Total 


Elementary 


Hign 




759,666 


.2 


"•■7'443,648.7 


316,017 


.5 


703,702 


6 


"■/413,491 .0 


290,211 


6 




f, 
\j 






91.8 


Allegany 


16,427 


,3 


8,052.8 


8,374 


.5 


15,655 


2 


7,684.2 


7,971 





95 


3 


95 


4 


95.2 


Anne Arundel 


56,391 


.8 


32,773.8 


23,618 


.0 


52,946 


5 


30,977.4 


21,969 


1 


93 


9 


94 


5 


93.0 


Baltimore City 


189,152 


.0 


118,657 .0 


70,495 


.0 


168,256 





106,972.0 


61,284 





88 


9 


90 


1 


86.9 


Bal t imore 


109,289 


.1 


59,481.0 


49,808 


.1 


102,204 


3 


55,932.3 


46,272 





93 


5 


94 





92.9 


Calvert 


5,116 


.7 


3,063.0 


2,053 


.7 


4,722 


4 


2,850.3 


1,872 


1 


92 


3 


93 


1 


91.1 


Caroline 


4,931 


.1 


2,735.2 


2,195 


.9 


4,712 


2 


2,616.4 


2,095 


8 


95 


6 


95 


7 


95.4 


Carroll 


12,759 


.4 


7,207.6 


5,551 


.8 


12,182 





6,882.1 


5,299 


9 


95 


5 


95 


5 


95.5 


Cecil 


10,809 


.4 


6,380.3 


4,429 


.1 


10,123 


4 


6,017.3 


4,106 


1 


93 


7 


94 


3 


92.7 


Charles 


9,428.0 


5,503.4 


3,924 


.6 


8,713 


3 


5,105.1 


3,608 


2 


92 


4 


92 


8 


91.9 


Dorchester 


6,446 


.9 


3,475.0 


2,971 


.9 


6,109 


7 


3,324.4 


2,785 


3 


94 


8 


95 


7 


93.7 


Frederick 


16,646 


.2 


9,089.1 


7,557 


.1 


15,677 


3 


8,623.6 


7,053 


7 


94 


2 


94 


9 


93.3 


Garrett 


5,032 


.1 


2,774.2 


2,257 


.9 


4,836 





2,662.0 


2,174 





96 


1 


95 


9 


96.3 


Harford 


21,808 


.5 


12,688.6 


9,119 


.9 


20,650 


4 


12,100.0 


8,550 


4 


94 


7 


95 


4 


93.7 


Howard 


11,069 


.0 


6,115.3 


4,953 


.7 


10,496 


9 


5,795.1 


4,701 


8 


94 


8 


94 


8 


94.9 


Kent 


3,513 


.4 


2,002.9 


1,510 


.5 


3,312 


6 


1,891.1 


1,421 


5 


94 


3 


94 


4 


94.1 


Montgomery 


106,634 


.5 


60,881.6 


45,752 


.9 


99,694 


9 


57,203.4 


42,491 


5 


93 


5 


93 


9 


92.9 


Prince George's 


113,367 


.4 


68,049.4 


45,318 


.0 


105,755 


6 


63,857.5 


41,898 


1 


93 


3 


93 


8 


92.5 


Queen Anne's 


4,157 


.6 


2,364.8 


1,792 


.8 


3,896 


1 


2,230.5 


1,665 


6 


93 


7 


94 


3 


92.9 


St. Mary's 


8,009 


.4 


4,897.0 


3,112 


.4 


7,513 


3 


4,624.2 


2,889 


1 


93 


8 


94 


4 


92.8 


Somerset 


4,412 


.8 


2,430.3 


1,982 


.5 


4,163 


9 


2,307.9 


1,856 





94 


3 


95.0 


93.6 


Talbot 


4,423 


.0 


2,468.6 


1,954 


.4 


4,185 


4 


2,339.9 


1,845 


5 


94 


6 


94 


8 


94.4 


Washington 


21,552 


.8 


12,043.3 


9,509 


.5 


20,554 


4 


11,503.8 


9,050 


6 


95 


4 


95 


5 


95.2 


Wicomico 


12,158.3 


7,000.8 


5,157 


.5 


11,517 


1 


6,650.1 


4,867 





94 


7 


95 





94.4 


Worcester 


6,129 


.5 


3,513.7 


2,615 


.8 


5,823 


7 


3,340.4 


2,483 


3 


95 





95 


1 


94.9 



AVERAGE NUMBER BELONGING: •■Excludes following number belonging in campus schools of State colleges: Allegany, 221.5; Baltimore City, 207.6; 
Baltimore, 639.4; Prince George's, 168.6; Wicomico, 199.9; total, 1,437.0. 
^Includes following number belonging in kindergarten: Anne Arundel, 27.1; Baltimore City, 16,408.0; Baltimore, 533.0; Caroline, 111.1; 
Howard, 5.5; Montgomery, 9,528.6; Prince George's, 5,348.7; St. Mary's, 120.3; Washington, 870.0; Worcester, 126.8; total, 33,079.1. 
AVERAGE NUMBER ATTENDING: *Excludes following number attending in campus schools of State colleges: Allegany, 210.7; Baltimore City, 197.2; 
Baltimore, 595.6; Prince George's, 157.0; Wicomico, 191.0; total, 1,351.5. 
''includes following number attending in kindergarten: Anne Arundel, 24.4; Baltimore City, 14,218.0; Baltimore, 478.0; Caroline, 103.3; 
Howard, 5.3; Montgomery, 8,673.7; Prince George's, 4,840.5; St. Mary's, 110.6; Washington, 797.2; Worcester, 118.8; total, 29,369.8. 
PERCENT OF ATTENDANCE: "Excludes following percent of attendance in campus schools of State colleges: Allegany, 95.1; Baltimore City, 95.0; 
Baltimore, 93.1; Prince George's, 93.1; Wicomico, 95.5; total, 94.1. 
^Includes following percent of attendance in kindergarten: Anne Arundel, 90.4; Baltimore City, 86.6; Baltimore, 89.6; Caroline, 93.0; 
Howard, 85.1; Montgomery, 90.9; Prince George's, 90.4; St. Mary's, 91.3; Washington, 91.6; Worcester, 93.7, total, 88.8. 



TABLE 

71 



Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Average Number of Pupils Belonging: 1965-66 



Average 
Number 
Belonging 


Total State 


Allegany | 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline || 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford jj 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne ' s jj 


St. Mary's 


a! 

A) 
B 

w 


Talbot 1 


Washington 


Wicomico || 


Worcester || 


Total State 




Q Q/. 




DO 


1 jl 




i J 


9 


1 -J 


io 






0/. 


1 / 




iZ 


iU 


i 1 J 


i J/ 


iU 


ID 


16 


1 

i z 


1/. 


on 


i J 


30 or 


less 


16 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


5 




2 










_ 


1 


1 


_ 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


2 


31 - 




60 


23 




_ 


4 


1 


2 


1 




_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


2 


1 


_ 


3 


1 


2 






2 


_ 


1 


_ 




61 - 




90 


35 


2 


2 


4 




1 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


4 


2 


2 


_ 


_ 


3 


_ 


2 


1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


3 


2 


90 - 




120 


17 


1 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 




_ 




1 


1 




_ 




_ 


_ 


1 


1 


. 


1 




3 


1 


2 


121 - 




150 


25 


_ 


2 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




1 


_ 


3 




_ 


1 




1 


1 


1 


3 


4 


4 


2 


_ 


151 - 




180 


24 


2 


2 


1 


I 


1 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 






_ 


1 


5 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


1 




181 - 




210 


33 


5 


4 


1 


1 


3' 


1 


- 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


3 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


211 - 




240 


26 


3 


3 


3 


2 


2 


1 






1 




2 




1 












1 


- 




3 






241 - 




270 


12 


3 






1 


























2 




1 


1 






1 


1 


271 - 




300 


33 




3 


4 


2 


1 




1 




3 


1 


1 




1 




1 


3 


3 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


2 




301 - 




330 


31 


5 


1 




1 


1 


1 


2 




1 




2 


1 








7 


7 






- 






1 




331 - 




360 


30 


1 


2 


4 


3 






3 






1 








1 




4 


4 


1 


1 


1 




2 






361 - 




390 


29 




1 


2 


1 


2 


















1 




9 


4 


1 


2 


- 


1 






1 


391 - 




420 


34 




3 


3 


4 
















2 




1 




8 


4 






- 


1 


3 




1 


421 - 




450 


38 




4 


4 


2 


















1 


1 




9 


11 


2 




- 


1 


1 






451 - 




480 


28 


2 




4 


2 






1 












2 






2 


9 






1 






2 




481 - 




510 


52 




5 


8 


4 




1 


1 




2 


1 






2 


3 




5 


13 




1 






2 


1 


1 


511 - 




540 


43 


2 


1 


5 


3 






1 












3 






11 


7 




2 






4 




2 


541 - 




570 


42 


1 


3 


5 


8 


















3 


1 




8 


7 










3 


1 




571 - 




600 


22 




1 


2 


2 






1 






1 








1 


1 


2 


7 




1 










1 


601 - 




660 


56 


1 


7 


5 


6 




1 


1 












2 


3 


1 


10 


19 
















661 - 




720 


53 




4 


10 


9 




1 


2 








3 




1 






5 


13 










2 


3 




721 - 




780 


44 




8 


7 


13 










1 


1 






2 






5 


7 
















781 - 




840 


20 




2 


6 


6 


















1 






2 


2 












1 




841 - 




900 


31 




1 


6 


7 






1 




1 








1 






10 


3 










1 






901 - 




960 


22 




1 


11 


6 
























4 


















961 - 


1 


,020 


17 




2 


11 


3 


















1 
























1,021 - 


1 


,080 


12 






11 


1 










































1,081 - 


1 


,140 


13 




1 


10 


1 










1 
































1,141 - 


1 


,200 


6 






6 












































1,201 and 


over 


17 






15 


1 
























1 



















TABLE 

72 



Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Average Number of Pupils Belonging: 1965-66 



Average 
Number 
Belonging 


Total State 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll || 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne ' s 


St. Mary's 


4J 

01 
a> 
M 
(U 

e 
o 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


Total State 


306 


11 


15 


52 


35 


4 


8 


9 


6 


6 


5 


9 


5 


8 


6 


4 


36 


43 


4 


7 


7 


3 


13 


6 


4 




or less 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


I 


- 


- 


- 


- 


CI 

JL 


- 


100 


4 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


1 m 

lu i. 




150 


8 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 ^^ 




200 


8 


1 


- 


2 


- 


1 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


1 


- 


- 


201 




250 


9 


2 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 




- 


- 


- 


- 


251 




300 


8 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 




1 




- 


2 


1 


- 


301 




350 


D 







A 












1 
1 


















1 
i 


z. 












351 




400 


4 








1 






















1 






1 








1 






401 




450 


8 






1 






1 


1 






1 














1 








1 




1 


1 


451 




500 


8 






1 








1 


















2 






1 


2 








1 


501 




600 


14 


1 




1 






1 


1 






1 


1 












2 


1 






1 


3 






601 




700 


19 






2 






1 




3 


1 










3 


1 




6 


1 








1 






701 




800 


24 


3 


1 


1 




3 




1 






1 


5 




1 


1 




1 


3 




1 






1 




I 


801 




900 


26 


1 




2 








1 


3 


2 






1 


1 






4 


9 




1 






1 






901 




1,000 


15 




1 


1 








1 






1 








1 




2 


7 












1 




1,001 




1,100 


21 


1 


2 


2 


1 


















2 






4 


5 








1 


1 


1 


1 


1,101 




1,200 


12 






1 


6 


















2 






1 


1 












1 




1,201 




1,300 


20 




1 


1 


7 






1 




1 








1 






6 


2 
















1,301 




1,400 


10 






2 


3 
















1 




1 




2 














1 




1,401 




1,500 


11 


1 




1 


3 














1 










5 


















1,501 




1,600 


7 




1 




5 


























1 
















1,601 




1,700 


8 


1 




3 


3 














1 




























1,701 




1,800 


8 




3 


2 


2 


























1 
















1,801 




1,900 


6 




1 


1 




















1 






2 












1 






1,901 




2,000 


8 






2 


2 
























3 


1 
















2,001 




2,100 


9 




3 


4 


1 


























1 
















2,101 




2,200 


4 




1 


2 


























1 


















2,201 




2,300 


4 




1 




























2 












1 






2,301 




2,400 


1 






1 












































2,401 




2,500 


4 






2 


1 


























1 
















2,500 


and over 


9 






7 




























2 

















STAFF DATA 




J 



I 



TABLE 

73 

Number and Percent of Schools, Teachers, Pupils: One-Teacher* Elementary Schools: Counties of Maryland: 1922-23 - 1965-66 



One-Teacher Elementary Schools-'- 



Year 


Number of 


Percent of 


Percent of 




Percent of 




One-Teacher 


Total Ele- 


Total 


Ele- 


Pupils in 


Total Ele- 


Local Unit 


Schools 


mentary 


mentary 


One-Teacher 


mentary 






Schools 


Teachers 


Schools 


Pupils 


1922-23 


1,496 


69 


.9 


39 


6 


■f 






1927-28 


1,206 


65 


.1 


31 


7 


i 






1932-33 


740 


53 


.2 


20 


3 


i 






1937-38 


560 


48 


.1 


15 


4 


f 






1942-43 


275 


31 


.4 


7 


8 


7,456 


5 


8 


1956-57 


23 


3 


.9 





3 


584 





3 


1957-58 


17 


2 


.1 





3 


410 





2 


1958-59 


11 


1 


.2 





1 


278 





1 


1959-60 


12 


1 


.8 





1 


300 





1 


1960-61 


10 


1 


.3 





1 


281 





1 


1961-62 


10 


1 


.5 





1 


267 





1 


1962-63 


9 


1 


.3 





1 


196 





1 


1963-64 


10 


1 


.2 




1 


226 




f 


1964-65 


9 


1 


.0 




i 


180 




i 


1965-66 


9 


1 


.1 




f 


170 




1 


BY LOCAL UNIT, 1965-66 


Dorchester 


6 


28 


.6 


4 


4 


109 


3 


1 


Garrett 


1 


7 


1 


1 





30 


1 


1 


Somerset 


1 


8 


3 


1 





12 





5 


Talbot 


1 


9 


.1 


1 





19 





8 



*Schools having a one-teacher organization of grades one to five or more. 
'^Data unavailable. 
^Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

74 



Number of Principals and Teachers (K-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 - 1965-66 



Local Unit 


1956-57 


1957-58 


1958-59 


1959- 


30 


1960-61 


1961-62 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964-65 


1965-66 


Total State 


19 


136 


5 


20,561 


6 


21,917 


6 


23,326 


.2 


24,632 


1 


25,932 


1 


28.124 


9 


30,036 


3 


32,199 





34,823 


9 


Al legany 




628 


6 


640 





645 





645 


.0 


641 





651 





687 





679 





692 





746 


5 


Anne Arundel 


1 


203 


7 


1,274 





1,426 





1 ,580 


.0 


1 ,704 





1,846 





1,990 





2,160 





2,434 





2,612 





Baltimore City 


5 


506 


2 


5,810 


8 


6,105 


1 


6,309 


.2 


6,532 


9 


6,365 





6,833 


8 


7,360 


5 


7 ,633 





8,163 


5 


Baltimore 


2 


615 


4 


2,897 


8 


3,084 


4 


3,425 


.0 


3,694 





3,910 





4,451 


9 


4,715 


5 


4,954 


8 


5,229 


4 


Calvert 




141 


2 


143 


3 


148 


7 


161 


.0 


175 





187 





200 


3 


208 


9 


221 


8 


226 


9 


Carol ine 




169 





174 


5 


179 


5 


189 


.0 


196 


5 


201 


5 


211 


8 


222 


1 


226 


8 


246 


6 


Carroll 




388 





411 


1 


456 





444 


.0 


451 





462 


8 


493 





509 


7 


544 


6 


582 





Cecil 




339 


5 


353 


8 


362 


2 


376 


.0 


393 


5 


400 


5 


418 


5 


428 


5 


450 


3 


488 


1 


Charles 




257 





263 


2 


277 


2 


286 


.7 


298 


2 


313 





341 


6 


385 


9 


397 





442 


.0 


Dorches ter 




217 





225 


2 


232 


1 


238 


. 7 


238 


1 


242 


1 


254 


2 


265 


5 


271 


5 


300 


.9 


Frederick 




468 


8 


506 


5 


561 





585 


. 3 


628 


5 


667 





711 


3 


727 


7 


755 


8 


776 


2 


Garrett 




184 





182 


8 


184 





188 


.0 


188 





189 





194 





195 





198 





227 


3 


Harford 




529 





554 





578 





629 


.5 


675 


5 


713 





745 


8 


805 


5 


881 


1 


1,013 


9 


Howard 




243 





261 





276 





293 


.0 


318 





354 





379 





419 


7 


469 





480 





Kent 




131 


3 


134 


1 


142 


5 


147 





147 


5 


152 





157 





162 


1 


171. 


2 


184 





Montgomery 


2 


228 


5 


2,568 





2,851 





3,080 





3,349 





3,916 





4,068 





4,287 


6 


4,712 


5 


5,061 


6 


Prince George's 


1 


981 


6 


2,186 


7 


2,365 





2,620 





2,832 





3,122 





3,616 


6 


4,079 


9 


4,586 


6 


5,214 


7 


Queen Anne ' s 




143 


5 


150 


5 


153 





161 


.0 


165 


5 


172 





178 





179 


5 


187 





194 


5 


St. Mary's 




184 


5 


195 


8 


206 





227 


9 


246 


3 


258 


1 


276 


6 


306 


5 


335 


4 


444 


8 


Somerset 




174 


5 


174 


5 


178 


5 


181 


.0 


181 





187 





192 


8 


193 


8 


197 


2 


200 


2 


Talbot 




162 





163 





168 


5 


175 


5 


174 





182 





184 


2 


183 





192 





207 


4 


Washington 




699 


2 


729 





744 


9 


757 


4 


759 


9 


773 


8 


843 





839 


5 


918 


3 


958 


4 


Wicomico 




336 


5 


354 





369 





388 





403 


8 


423 





452 


9 


475 


4 


511 


1 


558 


7 


Worcester 




204 


5 


208 





224 





238 





238 


9 


244 


3 


243 


6 


245 


5 


258 





264 


3 



NOTE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

75 



Number of Principals and Teachers (K-6): Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 - 1965-66 



Local Unit 


1956-57 


1957- 


58 


1958-59 


1959-60 


1960-61 


1961-62 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964-65 


1965-66 


Total State 


10,532 


6 


11 ,411 


. 3 


12,089 


.4 


12,530 


9 


12,976 


9 


13,525 


4 


14,528 


.0 


15,667 


7 


16,746 


5 


18,355 





Allegany 


306 


7 


318 


. 


318 





309 





299 





296 





324 


.0 


305 





312 





319 


5 


Anne Arundel 


703 


7 


745 


.0 


824 


.0 


810 





915 





1,002 





1,077 


.0 


1,187 





1,341 





1,472 


8 


Baltimore City 


3,078 


1 


3,243 


.5 


3,460 


4 


3,513 





3,594 


9 


3,379 





3,663 


.4 


4,051 


9 


4,148 


3 


4,481 


1 


Baltimore 


1,487 


1 


1,650 


.4 


1,711 


4 


1,854 





1 ,938 





2,029 





2,335 


.5 


2,392 


4 


2,464 


1 


2,619 


6 


Calvert 


78 





80 


. 6 


83 


.9 


90 





96 





102 


9 


110 


.2 


112 


8 


122 





124 


4 


Caroline 


81 





85 


.0 


89 


.5 


88 





87 


5 


90 


5 


98 


.4 


103 


6 


91 


7 


105 


4 


Carroll 


183 





193 


. 1 


203 


.0 


209 





208 





199 


8 


235 


3 


242 


5 


266 





297 


2 


Cecil 


181 


7 


189 


.9 


192 


4 


195 


2 


204 


3 


211 





221 


.9 


223 


2 


241 


4 


253 


6 


Charles 


131 


5 


132 


.2 


141 


.2 


146 


9 


152 


2 


160 





172 


6 


196 


7 


207 





230 





Dorchester 


108 





112 


. 2 


116 


.5 


118 


5 


112 


5 


115 


5 


124 


7 


130 





131 





152 


5 


Frederick 


226 


8 


253 


.0 


277 


2 


290 


1 


310 


6 


320 


8 


352 


.8 


364 


9 


384 


5 


380 


4 


Garrett 


99 





101 





100 


.0 


103 





105 





105 





108 


.0 


106 





109 





122 


8 


Harford 


271 





296 


.0 


308 


.0 


330 





343 





363 





382 


.9 


416 


1 


465 


6 


561 


8 


Howard 


122 


5 


133 


.0 


143 


.5 


156 





167 





193 





191 





209 


3 


238 





237 





Kent 


63 


7 


65 


.2 


69 


.8 


71 


5 


72 


5 


75 


6 


77 


.8 


79 


9 


83 


5 


89 





Montgomery 


1,283 


5 


1,519 


.0 


1,649 





1,742 





1 ,790 





2,178 





2,145 


6 


2,237 


3 


2,374 


9 


2,590 


8 


Prince George's 


1,121 





1,238 


.5 


1,315 





1,395 





1 ,466 





1,572 





1,715 


3 


2,093 


5 


2,461 


5 


2,909 





Queen Anne ' s 


69 


5 


73 


.5 


73 


.5 


79 





82 





84 





87 





89 


5 


93 


5 


94 


5 


St. Mary's 


108 


2 


111 


.4 


114 


.5 


122 


9 


128 


1 


125 


8 


136 


7 


156 


5 


177 


4 


235 


8 


Somerset 


89 





89 


.0 


91 


.0 


90 





89 





92 





95 


.3 


95 


2 


96 


1 


96 


1 


Talbot 


84 





82 


.0 


84 


.5 


88 


5 


87 


5 


92 





93 


.0 


95 





98 





106 


2 


Washington 


363 


7 


394 


.3 


402 


.7 


392 


3 


389 


9 


388 


5 


420 


1 


415 


6 


453 


7 


468 





Wicomico 


183 


3 


193 


.9 


201 


.9 


211 





215 





227 





236 


9 


241 


7 


258 


7 


276 


5 


Worcester 


108 


6 


111 


.6 


118 


5 


126 





123 


9 


123 





122 


6 


122 


1 


127 


6 


131 






NOTE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

76 



Number of Principals and Teachers (7-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 - 1965-66 



Local Unit 


1956-57 


1957- 


58 


1958-59 


1959-60 


1960-61 


1961-62 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964-65 


1965-66 


Total State 


8 


603 


9 


9, 150 


. 3 


9,828 


2 


10,795 


3 


11,655 


2 


12,406 


7 


13,596 


9 


14,368 


6 


15,452 


5 


16,468 


9 


Allegany 




321 


9 


322 


.0 


327 





336 





342 





355 


.0 


363 





374 





380 





427 





Anne Arundel 




500 


.0 


529 


.0 


602 





770 





789 





844 





913 





97 3 





1 ,093 





1 , 139 


2 


Baltimore City 


2 


428 


1 


2,567 


.3 


2 , 644 


7 


2 ,796 


2 


2 , 938 





2 , 986 





3 , 170 


4 


3 , 308 


6 


3 ,484 


7 


3,682 


4 


Baltimore 


1 


128 


3 


1,247 


.4 


1 , 373 





1,571 





1 ,756 





1 ,881 





2 ,116 


4 


2 , 323 


1 


2 ,490 


7 


2,609 


8 


Calvert 




63 


2 


62 


. 7 


64 


8 


71 





79 





84 


1 


90 


1 


96 


1 


99 


8 


'l02 


5 


Caroline 




88 





89 


. 5 


90 





101 





109 





111 





113 


4 


118 


5 


135 


1 


141 


2 


Carroll 




205 





218 


. 


253 





235 





243 





263 





257 


7 


267 


2 


278 


6 


284 


8 


Cecil 




157 


8 


163 


.9 


169 


8 


180 


8 


189 


2 


189 


5 


196 


6 


205 


3 


208 


9 


234 


5 


Charles 




125 


5 


131 


.0 


136 





139 


8 


146 





153 





169 





189 


2 


190 





212 





Dorchester 




109 





113 


. 


115 


6 


120 


2 


125 


6 


126 


6 


129 


5 


135 


5 


140 


5 


148 


4 


Frederick 




242 





253 


. 5 


283 


8 


295 


2 


317 


9 


346 


2 


358 


5 


362 


8 


371 


3 


395 


8 


Garrett 




85 





81 


.8 


84 





85 





83 





84 





86 





89 





89 





104 


5 


Harford 




258 





258 


.0 


270 





299 


5 


332 


5 


350 





362 


9 


389 


4 


415 


5 


452 


1 


Howard 




120 


5 


128 


.0 


132 


5 


137 





151 





161 





188 





210 


4 


231 





243 





Kent 




67 


6 


68 


.9 


72 


7 


75 


5 


75 





76 


4 


79 


2 


82 


2 


87 


7 


95 





Montgomery 




945 





1,049 


.0 


1,202 





1,338 





1,559 





1,738 





1 ,922 


4 


2,050 


3 


2,337 


6 


2,470 


8 


Prince George's 




860 


6 


948 


.2 


1,050 





1,225 





1,366 





1,550 





1 ,901 


3 


1,986 


4 


2,125 


1 


2,305 


7 


Queen Anne ' s 




74 





77 


.0 


79 


5 


82 





83 


5 


88 





91 





90 





93 


5 


100 





St. Mary's 




76 


3 


84 


.4 


91 


5 


105 





118 


2 


132 


3 


139 


9 


150 





158 





209 





Somerset 




85 


5 


85 


.5 


87 


5 


91 





92 





95 





97 


5 


98 


6 


101 


1 


104 


1 


Talbot 




78 





81 


.0 


84 





87 





86 


5 


90 





91 


2 


88 





94 





101 


2 


Washington 




335 


5 


334 


.7 


342 


2 


365 


1 


370 





385 


3 


422 


9 


423 


9 


464 


6 


490 


4 


Wicomico 




153 


2 


160 


.1 


167 


1 


177 





188 


8 


196 





216 





233 


7 


252 


4 


282 


2 


Worcester 




95 


9 


96 


.4 


105 


5 


112 





115 





121 


3 


121 





123 


4 


130 


4 


133 


3 



NOTE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

77 



Positions in Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Positions in Functions Other Than Instructional 



Local Unit 


All 
Personnel 
Grand 
Total 


Total 


Super- 
intendents 

and 
Associates 
or 

Assistant 

Super- 
intendents 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 
Admin- 
istrat ive 
or 

Supervisory 
Positions 


Pupil 
Personnel 


Health 
Services 


Food 
Services 


Operation 
of 
Plant 


Mainte- 
nance 
of Plant 


Transpor- 
tation* 


Office 
and 
Clerical 
Staff/ 


Total State 


47,676 




Q ft 7Q 


Q 
. ? 




•3 
J 


86.4 


1 s 1 
i J 1 


Q 


280 


8 


142 . 5 






J , ooy 




1,238 







7 


716.9 


Al legany 




975 


3 


181 


.7 


2 





1 





3 





5 





3.0 


2 


5 


143 


5 


9 


2 


5 


6 


6.9 


Anne Arundel 


3, 


375 


4 


473 


.3 


2 





1 


c 

J 


9 


2 


14 


3 


- 




_ 


314 


3 


68 


5 


28 


3 


35.2 


Baltimore City 


11,252. 


5 


2,482 


5 


7 





26 





37. 


6 


96 


8 


2.8 




- 


1,725 


2 


307 


5 


76 





203.6 


Baltimore 


7, 


197. 


3 


1,449 


.8 


3 


7 


9 





18 





30 





41.0 


5 


2 


968 


4 


153 





140 





81.5 


Calvert 




295. 


4 


47 


.3 


1 





1 





1 


5 


2 





- 






26 


8 


10 


7 


1 





3.3 


Caroline 




304 


7 


41 


.2 


1 













2 


.0 


_ 





1 


28 


7 


4 


4 


1 





4.0 


Carroll 




700 


2 


75 


.0 


2 









2. 





3 





- 






44 





17 





1 





6.0 


Cecil 




641 


1 


96 


9 


2 





2 





2. 





3 





1.0 


1 





61 


9 


15 





1 





8.0 


Charles 




561. 


5 


86 


5 


1 









1 


5 


4 





- 


1 





64 





5 





1 





9.0 


Dorchester 




356 


6 


44 


4 


2 













1 





0.5 





5 


29 


7 


5 





2 





3.7 


Frederick 


1,121 


7 


240 


5 


1 





4 





7 





4 





3.0 


11 





103 





20 





80 





7.5 


Garrett 




310 


1 


62 


5 


1 












5 


1 





0.8 


2 


2 


37 


6 


11 


7 


2 





5.7 


Harford 


1, 


317 


9 


200 


.2 


2 





2 





1 


7 


5.0 


6.0 






118 


1 


26 


1 


18 





21.3 


Howard 




612 


5 


71 


.0 


2 









1 





4 











48 


5 


7 





2 





6.5 


Kent 




236 





33 


.5 


1 













1 


5 


0.5 


1 





20 





5.0 





5 


4.0 


Montgomery 


7, 


131. 





1,657 


.8 


4 





30 





58 





56 


8 




1 





791. 


4 


230 





308 


9 


177.7 


Prince George's 


7, 


624. 


7 


1,976 





2 


3 


8 





5 





31 


3 


77.0 


69 


7 


977 





266 





463 


7 


76.0 


Queen Anne's 




264 


6 


52 


.3 


1 









0. 


7 


1 







15 


1 


22 





5 





3 





4.5 


St. Mary's 




560 


1 


80 


6 


1 


3 





7 






3 







1 


1 


49. 


1 


12 


1 


1 





12.3 


Somerset 




249 


4 


39 


6 


1 













1 











28 





6 


1 


1 





2.5 


Talbot 




272 


8 


45 


.3 


1 









1. 





1 










5 


31. 


5 


6 





1 





3.3 


Washington 


1, 


284 




254 


3 


2 





1 


2 


0. 


7 


6 


1 




1 





150. 


9 


26 


6 


42 


7 


23.1 


Wicomico 




708 


• 


98 


.1 


2 









0. 


5 


3 





6.9 


1 


1 


65. 


3 


11 


3 


1 





7.0 


Worcester 




322 




39 


.6 


1 









1. 





1 











20. 


5 


9 


8 


2 





4.3 



Includes school bus drivers where local units own buses. 



/Serving all functions other than instruction. 



TABLE 

11 

Positions in Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Positions in Instructional Function (K-12) 





All 














Professional 


Staff 














Instructional 






Assistant 
























Personnel 






Super- 


Principals 


















Local Unit 


Grand 






intendents 


and 












Guidance 


Psychological 






Total* 


Total 


Directors 


Vice 


Teachers 


Librarians 


Counselors 


Personnel 


Aides 












or 




Principals 




























Supervisors 






















Total State 


37,846. 


1 


35,370. 


2 


546 


3 


1 , 723 


1 


31 , 534 


.4 


050 


4 


798 


6 


117.4 


237.4 


Allegany 


793. 


6 


757. 


5 


11 





33 





690 


.5 


11 





12 







12.0 


Anne Arundel 


2,902. 


1 


2,662. 


5 


50 


5 


128 


2 


2,378 


.8 


53 





44 





ft n 




Bal t imore City 


8,770 





8,337. 


1 


173 


6 


349 





7,476 


.5 


102 





216 





zu . u 


H- J . u 


Bal t imore 


5,747. 


5 


5,291. 


8 


62 


4 


294 


5 


4,613 


.0 


154 


5 


150 


4 




7/. 1 


Laivert 


248.1 


230. 


6 


3 


7 


15 


9 


203 


.0 


3 


5 


4 


5 






Caroline 


263 


5 


249. 


9 


3 


3 


16 


2 


218 


.1 


6 


7 


5 


3 


0.3 


2.0 


Carrol 1 


625 


2 


591. 


7 


9 


7 


29 


5 


521 


.4 


16 


2 


12 


7 






Cec i 1 


544 


2 


497. 


1 


9 





28 





443 


.1 


10 





7 







1 1 1 

11.1 


Charles 


475 





449. 





7 





27 





396 


.0 


11 





8 









IJ\J i~ ^IICO LCI 


312 


2 


305. 


9 


5 





9 


5 


283 


.4 


4 


5 


3 


5 






Frederick 


881 


2 


792. 


2 


16 





45 





683 


.2 


28 





19 





l.O 


25.0 


Garrett 


247 


6 


233. 


6 


6 


3 


20 





203 


.3 






2 





2.0 


5.0 


Harford 


1,117 


7 


1,033. 


9 


20 





51 





922 


.2 


24 





16 


2 


0.5 


22.0 


Howard 


541 


5 


492. 





12 





24 





436 


.0 


7 





13 









Kent 


202 


5 


188. 


5 


4 


5 


9 


8 


166 


.2 


4 


5 


3 


5 




3.0 


Montgomery 


5,473 


2 


5,123. 


6 


62.0 


245 





4,547 


.6 


102 





111 





56.0 




Prince George's 


5,648 


7 


5,258. 


7 


44 





270 





4,748 


.3 


67 





119 





10.4 


15.0 


Queen Anne's 


212 


3 


198. 


8 


4 


3 


14 





171 


.5 


4 





5 









St. Mary's 


479 


5 


451. 


5 


6 


7 


21 





408 


.8 


10 





5 







3.0 


Somerset 


209 


8 


203. 


2 


3 





18 





176 


.2 


3 





3 







2.0 


Talbot 


227 


5 


210. 


9 


3 


5 


4 





196 


.4 


3 





4 







11.5 


Washington 


1,029 


7 


972. 


2 


13 


8 


33 


8 


888 


.6 


14 





22 







3.0 


Wicomico 


610 


3 


569. 


7 


11 





23 


2 


521 


.5 


6 





8 







1.0 


Worcester 


283 


2 


268 


3 


4 





13 


5 


240 


.8 


5 


5 


4 


5 




1.0 



■'Includes secretaries and clerks. 



TABLE 

77 

Positions in Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Positions in Instructional Function (K-6) 





All 














Professional 


Staff 














Elementary 






Assistant 
























Instructional 






Super- 


Principals 


















Local Unit 


Personnel 






intendents 


and 












Guidance 


Psychological 






Grand 




Total 


Direc tors 


Vice 


Teachers 


Librarians 


Counselors 


Personnel 


Aides 




Total 


ir 






or 




Principals 




























Supervisors 






















Total State 


19,913. 


5 


18,621 


6 


266 


.6 


1,053 


.4 


16,823 


8 


312 


5 


76.4 


88 


9 


176.7 


Allegany 


346. 





325 


7 


6 


. 2 


18 


.0 


301 


5 




- 






- 


12.0 


Anne Arundel 


1,628. 


1 


1,491 


8 


19 


.0 


96 


.2 


1,337 


3 


32 


3 


3.0 


4 







Baltimore City 


4,799. 


7 


4,580. 


1 


99 


.0 


219 


.0 


4, 153 


1 


61 





36.0 


12 





13.0 


Baltimore 


2,858. 


8 


2,643. 


8 


24 


. 2 


184 


.5 


2,309 


1 


84 


5 


33.0 


8 


5 


55.5 


Calvert 


136. 


1 


126 


4 


2 


.0 


10 


.5 


113 


1 





4 


0.4 




- 


0.7 


Caroline 


115. 


1 


107 


2 


1 


.8 


7 


.5 


95 


4 


2 


2 







3 


2.0 


Carroll 


314. 


7 


300 . 


9 


3 


.7 


14 


.2 


271 


6 


8 


9 


1.0 


1 


5 




Cecil 


286. 


6 


257. 


1 


3 


.5 


16 


.0 


233 


6 


4 











11.0 


Charles 


248. 


5 


233. 





3 


.0 


15 


.5 


209 





5 


5 


— 






1.0 


Dorchester 


156. 


3 


156. 





3 


.5 


4 





148 


5 






— 






— 


Frederick 


444. 


9 


388 


4 


8 


.0 


29 


.0 


334 


4 


16 







1 





24 .0 


Garrett 


132. 


3 


126. 


1 


3 


.3 


16 


.0 


106 


8 












5.0 


Harford 


626. 


7 


572. 


8 


11 


.0 


34.0 


510 


6 


16 





1.0 





2 


18.0 


Howard 


262. 





240. 


5 


3 


.5 


12 


.0 


224 





1 













Kent 


98. 





91. 


5 


2 


.5 


4 


.7 


83 


1 


1 


2 








1.0 


Montgomery 


2,793. 


9 


2,621. 


8 


31 


.0 


141 


.0 


2,338 


3 


57 







54 


5 




Prince George ' s 


3,139. 





2,931. 





22 


.0 


159 


.0 


2,726 


1 


17 







6 


9 


15.0 


Queen Anne's 


103. 





96. 





1 


.5 


10 


.0 


84 


5 














St. Mary's 


254. 


5 


238 





2 


.2 


11 


.0 


220 


8 


2 





2.0 






3.0 


Somerset 


99. 


9 


97. 


6 


1 


.5 


11 


.0 


85 


1 












2.0 


Talbot 


117. 


1 


107. 


7 


1 


.5 






106 


2 












8.5 


Washington 


505. 


9 


473. 


4 


5 


.4 


20 


8 


447 


2 












3.0 


U'iconico 


305. 


2 


282. 





5 


.5 


12 


.5 


262 





2 











1.0 


Worcester 


141. 




132. 


8 


1 


. 


7 





122 


5 


1 


5 








1.0 



*Includes secretaries and clerks. 



TABLE 

77 



Positions in Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



T.nr P 1 Tin i t 


All 

S 6 c rid 3 r y 
Inst ruc t i onal 

Ps rsonnG 1 
Grand 
Total* 


Positions in Instructional Function (7-12) 






Professional 


Staff 






Aide s 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents 
Directors 
or 

Supervisors 


Principals 

and 

Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Librarians 


CounsG lo r s 


Psychological 
Personnel 


Total State 


i / , y . o 


16,748.6 


279.7 


669.7 


14,710.6 


337.9 


722.2 


28.5 


60.7 


Al legany 


, b 


431.8 


4.8 


1 ^ Ci 


1 ftQ n 
Joy • u 


11.0 


12.0 




- 


Anne Arundel 




1 17 7 


11 ^ 
J 1 . J 


32.0 


1,041.5 


OCi 7 


A 1 n 






Baltimore City 


3,970.3 


3,757.0 


74.6 


130.0 


3,323.4 


41.0 


180.0 


8.0 


32.0 


Baltimore 


2,888.7 


2,648.0 


38.2 


110.0 


2,303.9 


70.0 


117.4 


8.5 


18.6 


\ya i V c r L 


i. 1 ^ • V/ 


104.2 


1.7 


5.4 


89.9 


3. 1 


4.1 


- 


- 


Caro line 


1 /. ft A 


142.7 


1.5 


ft 7 


109 7 


4.5 


5.3 




- 


v^ar ro 1 1 






• u 


15.3 


249.8 


7 


1 1 7 


n 7 




Cecil 


257.6 


240.0 


5.5 


12.0 


209.5 


6.0 


7.0 




0.1 


Charles 


226.5 


216.0 


4.0 


11.5 


187.0 


5.5 


8.0 


- 


- 


Dorches ter 


1 Q 
1 3 J • 7 


149.9 


1.5 


5.5 


134.9 


4.5 


3.5 


- 


- 


Frede r i ck 


JD • J 


403.8 


8.0 


16.0 


348.8 


12.0 


19.0 




1.0 


Garrett 


115.3 


107.5 


3.0 


4.0 


96.5 




2.0 


2.0 




Harford 


491.0 


461. 1 


9.0 


17.0 


411.6 


8.0 


15.2 


0.3 


4.0 


Howard 


279.5 


251.5 


8.5 


12.0 


212.0 


6.0 


13.0 






Kent 


104.5 


97.0 


2.0 


5.1 


83.1 


3.3 


3.5 




2.0 


Montgomery 


2,679.3 


2,501.8 


31.0 


104.0 


2,209.3 


45.0 


111.0 


1.5 




Prince George's 


2,509.7 


2,327.7 


22.0 


111.0 


2,022.2 


50.0 


119.0 


3.5 




Queen Anne's 


109.3 


102.8 


2.8 


4.0 


87.0 


4.0 


5.0 






St. Mary's 


225.0 


213,5 


4.5 


10.0 


188.0 


8.0 


3.0 






Somerset 


109.9 


105.6 


1.5 


7.0 


91.1 


3.0 


3.0 






Talbot 


110.4 


103.2 


2.0 


4.0 


90.2 


3.0 


4.0 




3.0 


Washington 


523.8 


498.8 


8.4 


13.0 


441.4 


14.0 


22.0 






Wicomico 


305.1 


287.7 


5.5 


10.7 


259.5 


4.0 


8.0 






Worcester 


142.0 


135.5 


2.2 


6.5 


118.3 


4.0 


4.5 







*Includes secretaries and clerks. 



TABLE 

11 

Positions in Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1965-66 

■ I I I I I I I I ■ I I I I I ^^P^^^^^JS I I 5S=^^II ■ I ■ ■ ■ I I gsS^^^^SJ I I I I I I I I I I I ■ 

Positions in Instructional Function (K-12) 



Secretaries and Clerks 



Local Unit 






Grades 


CK-12) 








Grades 


CK-6) 










Grades 


'7-12) 








Central 


In 








Central 


In 








Central 


In 




Total 


Office 


Schools 


Total 


Office 


School s 


Total 


Office 


Schools 


Total State 


2,238 


5 


368 


.5 


1,870 





1 , 115 


2 


180 


.2 


935 





1,123. 


3 


188 


. 3 


935.0 


Allegany 


24 


1 


5 


.6 


18 


5 


8 


3 


1 


.8 


6 


5 


15 


8 


3 


.8 


12.0 


Anne Arundel 


239 


6 


36 


.0 


203 


6 


136 


3 


18 


.0 


118 


3 


103 


3 


18 


.0 


85.3 


Baltimore City 


387 


9 


107 


.9 


280 





206 


6 


56 


.6 


150 





181. 


3 


51 


.3 


130.0 


Baltimore 


JO i 


c 





Q 
. 7 


JJD 


7 


159 


5 


1 ft 


O 

. Z 








1 
1 


97 


7 


194.4 


Calvert 


16 


8 


1 


.0 


15 


8 


9 








.5 


8 


5 


7 


8 





.5 


7.3 


Carol ine 


11 


6 


1 


.5 


10 


1 


5 


9 


1 


.0 


4 


9 


5 


7 





.5 


5.2 


Carroll 


33 


5 


4 


.0 


29 


5 


13 


8 


1 


.2 


12 


6 


19. 


7 


2 


.8 


16.9 


Cecil 


36 





5 


.5 


30 


5 


18.5 


2 


.5 


16 





17 


5 


3 


.0 


14.5 


Charles 


25 





6 


.0 


19 





14. 


5 


3 


.0 


11 


5 


10. 


5 


3 


.0 


7.5 


Dorchester 


6 


3 


1 


.3 


5 








3 





.3 






6. 





1 


.0 


5.0 


Frederick 


64 





9 


.0 


55 





32 


5 


4 


.5 


28 





31. 


5 


4 


.5 


27.0 


Garrett 


9 





2 


.0 


7 





1 


2 





.7 





5 


7. 


8 


1 


.3 


6.5 


Harford 


61. 


8 


3 


.8 


58 





35 


9 


1 


.9 


34 





25. 


9 


1 


.9 


24.0 


Howard 


49 


5 


7 


.0 


42 


5 


21 


5 


1 


.5 


20 





28. 





5 


.5 


22.5 


Kent 


11 





2 


.0 


9 





5 


5 


1 


.0 


4 


5 


5. 


5 


1 


.0 


4.5 


Montgomery 


349 


6 


67 


.0 


282 


6 


172 


1 


33 


.5 


138 


6 


177 


5 


33 


.5 


144.0 


Prince George's 


375 





40 


.0 


335 





193. 





23 


.0 


170 





182. 





17 


.0 


165.0 


Queen Anne's 


13 


5 


5 


.0 


8 


5 


7 





2 


.5 


4 


5 


6. 


5 


2 


.5 


4.0 


St. Mary's 


25. 





3 


.0 


22 





13. 


5 


1 


.5 


12 





11. 


5 


1 


.5 


10.0 


Somerset 


4 


6 





.6 


4 








3 





.3 






4. 


3 





.3 


4.0 


Talbot 


5. 


1 





.5 


4 


6 


0. 


9 





.3 





6 


4. 


2 





.2 


4.0 


Washington 


54 


5 


9 


.0 


45 


5 


29. 


5 


4 


.5 


25 





25. 





4 


.5 


20.5 


Wicomico 


39. 


6 


4 


.0 


35 


6 


22. 


2 


1 


.5 


20 


7 


17. 


4 


2 


.5 


14.9 


Worcester 


13. 


9 





.9 


13 





7 


4 





4 


7 





6. 


5 





.5 


6.0 



TABLE 

78 



Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: 1965-66 



Number of 
Teachers 

and 
Principals 


Total State 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne's 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


Total State 


884 


29 


66 


152 


92 


13 


9 


17 


16 


12 


21 


24 


17 


23 


12 


10 


113 


137 


10 


16 


16 


12 


34 


20 


13 


in 1 Q 


11 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


on 


18 


- 


- 


1 


- 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 




1 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


1 


- 


2 


in 1 Q 
J , u - J , y 


27 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


2 


1- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


1 


2 


1 


2 


- 


2 


4 


2 


H .\} - if . 9 


18 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


1 


5 


1 


2 


5 . U - 3.9 


16 


- 


2 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


- 


1 


1 


- 


. U - 0.9 


29 


4 


1 


2 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


I 


2 


2 


5 


2 


2 


- 


/ . U - / . 9 


25 


- 


4 


2 


- 


2 


1 


- 


2 


- 


2 


1 




- 


- 


- 


1 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


. U - 8.9 


20 


7 


1 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 




1 


- 


- 


1 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


on Q o 
9 . U - 9.9 


21 


1 


2 


3 


2 


1 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


2 




1 


- 


- 


2 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


inn inn 


22 


1 


2 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1 


2 




1 


- 


- 


3 


3 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 1 n 1 1 Q 
i i . U - i i . 9 


27 




4 


3 


1 


1 








3 




1 


~ 


~ 






3 


7 




1 


1 


— 




2 




ion 1 Q 
iZ . U - iz . y 


45 


3 


3 


8 


2 




I 


4 


3 


1 




2 








1 


6 


5 


1 


1 


1 




2 






ion 1 Q 
i J . U - i J . y 


36 


3 


1 


3 


1 


2 




1 


1 




1 


2 






1 


1 


7 


7 










1 


1 


2 


1 / n 1 A Q 


21 




3 




3 


1 












1 










5 


3 


2 


2 






1 






15.0 - 15.9 


38 




1 


6 


5 








4 




1 


1 






1 


1 


9 


8 


1 














16.0 - 16 . 9 


34 




3 


5 


1 






1 


1 






2 


1 


1 


2 




5 


4 




2 




2 


4 






17.0 - 17.9 


29 


2 


2 


4 
















1 




1 






5 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


5 


1 




18.0 - 18.9 


32 




1 


8 


2 






2 






1 








1 




9 


4 










1 


1 


2 


1 A A 1 A A 

19.0 - 19.9 


42 


2 


1 


6 


1 




1 




1 


1 




2 




I 


2 




10 


10 




1 






2 


1 




ZO . - zO . 9 


36 




4 


5 


3 








2 










2 






8 


9 












1 


2 


21.0 - 21.9 


22 






4 










1 




1 


1 










5 


10 
















22.0 - 22.9 


26 






1 


7 






L 












1 


3 




2 


11 
















23.0 - 23.9 


30 




1 


5 


4 




1 














1 


1 




4 


11 










1 


1 




24.0 - 24.9 


28 




3 


5 


8 






1 












1 




1 


2 


6 










1 






25.0 - 25.9 


21 


2 


5 


1 


2 




1 


1 








2 




1 






1 


4 












1 




26.0 - 26.9 


19 




3 


4 








I 












2 


1 




2 


5 










1 






27.0 - 27.9 


18 




4 


2 


4 


















1 






5 


2 
















28.0 - 28.9 


23 




3 


7 


8 
























2 


2 












1 




29.0 - 29.9 


22 




1 


8 


6 














1 










4 


2 
















30.0 - 30.9 


26 




4 


11 


4 
























4 


3 
















31.0 - 31.9 


17 






5 


3 










2 








1 






3 


2 












1 




32.0 - 32.9 


19 




2 


7 


6 


















1 






2 


1 
















33.0 - 33.9 


15 






6 


5 










1 








1 






1 


1 
















34.0 - 34.9 


9 






3 


4 


















1 






I 


















35.0 and over 


42 




5 


22 


9 






1 




1 








3 






1 



















TABLE 

79 



Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Size of Staff: 1965-66 



Number of 
Teachers 

and 
Principals 


Total State 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline || 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


4-1 

c 
<a 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne ' s 11 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


To ta 1 


State 


JUD 


1 1 


1 e; 
i J 




'I t; 


A 


Q 



Q 


D 


D 


J 


Q 


c 

D 


Q 

o 


D 


4 








7 
/ 


7 
/ 


•J 




c 



A 


1 


. u 






2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


n 
. u 




A Q 


3 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


. u 




. 7 


6 


- 


- 




- 


- 


3 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


.0 




8.9 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


.0 




10.9 


3 




- 




- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 




- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


1 1 
1 1 


.0 




12.9 


Q 



i 










1 

i 








1 










1 














9 






13 


.0 




14.9 


5 


2 




























1 










I 










15 


.0 




16.9 


5 






















1 








- 








1 












17 


.0 




18.9 


4 


















1 












- 








1 






1 






19 


.0 




20.9 


4 




















1 










- 








1 








1 




21 


.0 




22.9 


8 












1 


















1 


1 




2 


1 




1 








23 


.0 




24.9 


10 














2 




















1 






2 




2 




2 


25 


.0 




29.9 


17 


1 






1 




1 


1 


1 




1 


1 








1 


1 




1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 




30 


.0 




34.9 


18 


2 








1 


1 




2 


1 










3 




1 


4 


1 








2 






35 


.0 




39.9 


29 


2 




3 




2 




1 


2 




1 


4 


1 


1 


1 




1 


8 




1 






1 






40 


.0 




44.9 


24 


1 


1 


3 








1 


1 


2 


1 


1 




1 








10 














2 


45 


.0 




49.9 


19 




2 


2 








1 












1 


1 




5 


4 




1 




1 


1 






50 


.0 




54.9 


11 




1 




1 










1 








1 






1 


5 












1 




55 


.0 




59.9 


20 






4 


2 






1 












2 






6 


2 












3 




60 


.0 




64.9 


14 








7 














1 


1 




1 




2 


2 
















65 


.0 




69.9 


14 




1 




7 


















1 






5 


















70 


.0 




74.9 


9 


2 


1 




2 














1 










3 


















75 


.0 




79.9 


13 




1 


3 


5 
























2 


1 










1 






80 


.0 




84.9 


5 




2 


1 


2 










































85 


.0 




89.9 


10 




1 


1 


4 


















1 






1 


1 










I 






90 


.0 




94.9 


10 




2 


5 


1 
























1 


1 
















95 


.0 




99.9 


6 




2 


1 


























3 


















100 


.0 


and over 


26 




I 


15 


3 
























3 


4 

















TABLE 

80 

Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: 

State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 





















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Studies 


matics 


Science 


Educa- 


and 


Local Unit 


















gua 


ges 














t ion 


Crafts 




Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 




of 




of 


of 


of 


of 


of 




of 




of 




of 




of 




T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


s 


T 


s 


T 


S 


Total State 


3,309 


300 


133 


118 


519 


249 


251 


149 


51 


44 


2,648 


299 


1,916 


300 


1,978 


298 


1,010 


189 


70 


51 


Allegany 


92 


12 


5 


4 


11 


9 


5 


4 


- 


- 


71 


12 


55 


12 


51 


12 


37 


8 


8 


6 


Anne Arundel 


333 


15 


5 


5 


31 


14 


9 


5 


*2 


2 


193 


14 


125 


15 


113 


14 


77 


10 


6 


3 


Baltimore City 


559 


42 


24 


17 


102 


36 


47 


23 


■n8 


14 


461 


43 


375 


42 


333 


42 


229 


44 






Baltimore 


504 


35 


1 o 


1 R 
1 o 


O J 






JH 


ho 


g 


447 


35 


278 


35 


304 


35 


123 


18 


1 


1 


Calvert 


7Q 


4 


1 


1 


4 


3 










24 


4 


15 


4 


18 


4 


8 


2 


1 


1 


Caroline 


32 


8 


2 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


- 


- 


25 


8 


23 


8 


22 


8 


17 


3 


1 


1 


Carroll 


60 


10 


1 


1 


8 


7 


1 


1 


- 


- 


52 


10 


41 


10 


38 


10 


24 


6 


3 


3 


Cecil 


42 


7 


1 


1 


3 


3 


2 


2 






44 


6 


31 


7 


33 


6 


23 


5 






Charles 


39 


6 






5 


3 










1 T 
J J 










ZD 







/, 
H 


3 


3 


Dorchester 


35 


7 


2 


2 


6 


3 










31 


7 


26 


7 


25 


7 


12 


4 


3 


3 


Frederick 


93 


9 


7 


6 


11 


8 


2 


2 






86 


9 


45 


9 


47 


9 


30 


6 


10 


6 


Garrett 


26 


5 






3 


2 


1 


1 






25 


5 


17 


5 


20 


5 


7 


2 


6 


4 


no L L (J 1 u 


114 


8 


5 


5 


14 


7 


5 


3 






108 


8 


58 


8 


62 


8 


37 


5 


4 


2 


Howard 


43 


6 


2 


2 


8 


6 


5 


4 






34 


6 


31 


6 


37 


6 


15 


3 


3 


2 


Kent 


20 


4 


2 


2 


5 


4 










20 


4 


20 


4 


14 


4 


13 


4 


2 


2 


Montgomery 


515 


35 


33 


30 


115 


35 


33 


18 




9 


314 


35 


291 


35 


278 


35 


96 


16 


11 


6 


Prince George's 


481 


43 


11 


11 


69 


41 


67 


43 


12 


1 1 


409 


43 


240 


43 


338 


43 


128 


16 






Queen Anne ' s 


26 


4 






4 


4 










25 


4 


15 


4 


19 


4 


15 


4 


1 


1 


St. Mary's 


32 


7 


1 


1 


3 


3 


2 


2 






33 


7 


27 


7 


28 


7 


12 


3 






Somerset 


20 


7 






5 


5 










25 


7 


22 


7 


20 


7 


19 


7 






Talbot 


18 


3 


1 


1 


4 


3 










18 


3 


13 


3 


15 


3 


7 


3 






Washington 


105 


13 


9 


6 


10 


7 


4 


3 






86 


13 


82 


13 


73 


13 


33 


7 


1 


1 


Wicomico 


60 


6 


3 


3 


7 


6 


5 


3 






54 


6 


40 


6 


43 


6 


22 


5 






Worcester 


31 


4 






6 


4 










30 


4 


21 


4 


21 


4 


11 


4 


2 


2 



NOTE: T - Teachers; S - Schools. 



*German 

''includes 5 teachers and 4 schools teaching German and 5 teachers and 4 schools teaching Russian in Baltimore County; 8 teachers and 8 
schools teaching German and 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Russian in Montgomery County; and 8 teachers and 7 schools teaching German 
and 4 teachers and 4 schools teaching Russian in Prince George's County. 



TABLE 

80 

Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: 

State of Maryland: Fall of 1965 





































Adminis- 




















Agri- 


Home 


Physical 


Industrial 


Driver 


Spec ial 


tration, 












Art 


Music 


culture 


Eco- 


Educa- 


Work 


Edu- 


Edu 




Super- 


Guidance 


Library 


Local Unit 














nomics 


tion 






cation 


cation 


vision 












Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Num 


ber 


Number 




of 


of 


of 


of 


of 




of 




of 


of 


of 


of 


of 




T 


C 


T 


C 
D 


T 
1 


C 
D 


T 
1 


C 
D 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 
i 


C 


T 
1 


C 
O 


T 
i 


C 
O 


T 
i 


c 


T 


c 
o 


Total State 


543 


264 


744 


305 


69 


60 


583 


418 


1 , 362 


307 


1 , 191 


354 


134 


105 


539 


161 


741 


355 


753 


297 


376 


303 


Allegany 


11 


8 


22 


12 


3 


2 


22 


11 


30 


12 


36 


15 


7 


6 


5 


4 


24 


12 


14 


10 


13 


10 


Anne Arundel 


41 


15 


54 


15 


1 


1 


48 


14 


77 


15 


57 


17 






22 


12 


43 


15 


43 


15 


22 


15 


Baltimore City 


119 


41 


119 


52 


- 




42 


172 


241 


49 


376 


43 


- 


- 


266 


40 


130 


98 


177 


49 


58 


55 


Baltimore 


91 


35 


117 


35 


1 


1 


92 


35 


221 


35 


138 


46 


21 


17 


73 


28 


111 


35 


113 


35 


70 


35 


Calvert 


3 


2 


7 


4 


1 


1 


5 


3 


15 


4 


4 


3 


1 


1 






11 


4 


6 


4 


4 


4 


Caroline 


7 


7 


12 


8 


3 


3 


9 


8 


19 


8 


10 


8 


3 


3 


_ 


_ 


12 


8 


12 


8 


7 


7 


Carroll 


9 


7 


22 


10 


5 


5 


14 


9 


33 


10 


20 


9 






- 


- 


21 


10 


13 


8 


10 


10 


Cecil 


6 


6 


10 


6 


2 


2 


10 


6 


27 


6 


24 


9 


3 


3 


7 


6 


13 


7 


9 


7 


6 


6 


Charles 


3 


3 


11 


6 


4 


3 


10 


6 


19 


6 


11 


8 


3 


3 


2 


2 


12 


6 


9 


6 


7 


6 


Dorchester 


4 


4 


10 


6 


2 


2 


6 


5 


18 


7 


6 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


10 


6 


6 


4 


6 


5 


Frederick 


14 


9 


26 


10 


7 


5 


17 


9 


36 


9 


19 


10 


6 


6 


5 


4 


18 


10 


18 


9 


10 


9 


Garrett 


1 


1 


5 


2 


3 


2 


5 


2 


14 


5 


8 


4 


2 


2 






6 


3 


4 


2 


5 


3 




10 


7 


21 


8 


4 


2 


21 


8 


38 


8 


26 


10 


4 


4 


15 


6 


21 


8 


16 


8 


8 


8 


Howard 


9 


6 


12 


6 


1 


1 


12 


6 


17 


6 


24 


7 






24 


6 


16 


6 


12 


6 


8 


6 


Kent 


3 


3 


7 


4 


2 


2 


6 


4 


9 


4 


5 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


7 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


Montgomery 


77 


35 


84 


36 


4 


4 


76 


36 


212 


36 


187 


58 


27 


16 


38 


13 


107 


36 


115 


36 


44 


35 


Prince George's 


97 


43 


121 


43 


6 


5 


122 


43 


216 


43 


144 


51 


27 


16 


41 


19 


108 


43 


118 


43 


50 


43 


Queen Anne's 


1 


1 


6 


4 


3 


3 


5 


4 


9 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 






5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


St. Mary's 


7 


7 


14 


7 


2 


2 


7 


7 


17 


7 


12 


9 


4 


4 


15 


4 


14 


7 


10 


7 


8 


7 


Somerset 


3 


3 


5 


5 


2 


2 


4 


4 


16 


7 


3 


3 










9 


7 


7 


6 


5 


5 


Talbot 






5 


3 


2 


2 


5 


3 


9 


3 


5 


3 


3 


3 






6 


3 


4 


3 


3 


3 


Washington 


16 


11 


32 


13 


5 


4 


27 


13 


38 


13 


40 


16 


8 


6 


14 


8 


17 


13 


23 


13 


13 


13 


Wicomico 


7 


6 


12 


6 


3 


3 


11 


6 


20 


6 


26 


9 


4 


4 


7 


4 


12 


6 


9 


6 


7 


6 


Worcester 


4 


4 


10 


4 


3 


3 


7 


4 


11 


4 


6 


4 


3 


3 






8 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 



NOTE: T - Teachers; S - Schools. 



TABLE 

81 



Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1956-57 - 1965-66 



Type of Certificate 




193/- JO 






i you-o i 


iyoi-oz 


1 OA AT 




1 OA/. A C 


1 O A C A A 

i90D-0D 


Grand Total 


1,078 


1,116 


1,191 


1,302 


1,386 


1,673 


1,879 


1,988 


2,258 


7*^2,737 


Elementary 


516 


511 


501 


553 


561 


677 


740 


732 


837 


1,016 


Secondary 


562 


605 


690 


749 


825 


996 


1 ,139 


1,256 


1,421 


'1,687 


Agriculture 


14 


10 


8 


12 


11 


15 


7 


3 


7 


8 


Art 


20 


22 


24 


23 


29 


45 


57 


79 


101 


87 


Business Education 


17 


22 


23 


35 


26 


24 


30 


21 


35 


57 


Engl ish 


58 


87 


98 


105 


107 


134 


202 


282 


288 


284 


Foreign Languages 


14 


25 


30 


33 


41 


57 


65 


81 


109 


70 


H rtm P p r» n nm i p q 


38 


31 


47 


37 


44 


41 


53 


46 


57 


66 


Industrial Education 


15 


11 


14 


12 


21 


19 


18 


15 


18 


11 


Mathematics 


15 


18 


30 


35 


39 


41 


96 


92 


109 


155 


Music 


44 


40 


36 


33 


40 


47 


47 


45 


59 


99 


Physical Education 


61 


53 


69 


62 


65 


71 


107 


118 


164 


149 


Sc ience : 
























18 


19 


16 


39 


34 


22 


37 


40 


48 


*91 


Biology 


13 


9 


13 


13 


19 


17 


41 


76 


45 


80 


Chemistry 


2 


5 


8 


8 


6 


9 


8 


5 


10 


19 


Physics 




2 


1 


3 


1 


5 


2 


15 


3 


9 


Social Science 


77 


91 


77 


113 


117 


154 


262 


276 


324 


432 


Speech 




1 


2 


2 


14 


23 


19 


31 


31 


8 


Junior High (General) 


155 


159 


193 


183 


211 


272 


87 


30 


10 




Other 


1 














1 


3 


3 


Other: 






















Guidance 




















5 


Library Science 






1 


1 






1 






4 


Special Education 




















1 


Other 




















10 



"Includes 62 not specified by type of science, 
/includes 39 not reported by subject. 

^Includes 34 not reported by organization and subject. 



NOTE: 1. Each student is counted only once (in his first major). 

2. Beginning 1965-66 supply data reported for the first time for Special Education and Guidance. 



TABLE 

82 



Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1965-66 



Type of Certificate 


Grand Total 


Master's Degree 


Bachelor's Degree 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Grand Total 


''2,737 


788 


1,915 


?'226 


92 


100 


2,511 


696 


1,815 


Elementary 


1 ,016 


91 


925 


45 


8 


37 


971 


83 


888 


Secondary 


''1,687 


7*697 


7*990 


''147 


''84 


/63 


1,540 


613 


927 


Agriculture 


8 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


8 


- 


Art 


87 


18 


69 


5 


- 


5 


82 


18 


64 


Business Education 


57 


17 


40 








57 


17 


40 


English 




7 A 


Z iU 


9 


L D 




^ ^ 


DO 




Foreign Languages 


70 


12 


58 


9 


1 


8 


61 


11 


50 


Home Economics 


66 


- 


66 


- 


- 


- 


66 


- 


66 


Industrial Education 


11 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


11 


11 


- 


Mathematics 


155 


67 


88 


12 


5 


7 


143 


62 


81 


Music 


99 


39 


60 


15 


10 


5 


84 


29 


55 


Physical Education 


149 


76 


73 


6 


5 


1 


143 


71 


72 


Science : 




















General Science 


■"•91 


■■■■•57 


*34 










■■■■•57 


"34 


Biology 


80 


39 


41 


6 


1 


5 


74 


38 


36 


Chemistry 


19 


13 


6 


3 


2 


1 


16 


11 


5 


Physics 


9 


9 










9 


9 




Social Science 


432 


218 


214 


16 


9 


7 


416 


209 


207 


Speech 


8 


3 


5 








8 


3 


5 


Junior High (General) 




















Other 


3 


1 


2 








3 


1 


2 


Other : 




















Guidance 


5 


3 


2 


5 


3 


2 








Library Science 


4 




4 


1 




1 


3 




3 


Special Education 


1 




1 


1 




1 








Other 


10 




10 








10 




10 



""•Includes the following in Science subjects not specified: Male, 38; Female, 24; Total, 62. 
^Includes the following not reported by subject: Male, 32; Female, 7; Total, 39. 
^Includes 34 not reported by sex, organization, and subject. 



NOTE: Each student is counted only once (in his first major). 



TABLE 

83 

Teachers and Principals in Service October 1965 Who Attended Summer Schools, Evening Classes, and Workshops: 

Summer of 1965 and School Year 1964-65: Counties of Maryland 



Local Unit 


All 


Teachers and Principals 


Elementary Teachers and Principals 
(1-6) 


High School Teachers and Principals 
(7-12) 


Total 
Kmnl ovpH 


Attending 
Schools 


Attending 
Workshops 


Total 
Employed 


Attending 
Schools 


Attending 
Workshops 


Total 
Employed 


Attending 
Schools 


At tending 
Workshops 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 




Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


X V/ U Oi J> Vif vl 1 i I- J. V- o 


25 , 569 


8,788 


34.4 


583 


2.3 


13,086 


4,520 


34.5 


327 


2.5 


12 ,483 


4,268 


34.2 


256 


2.1 


Al 1 p cAn V 


717 


171 


23.8 


19 


2.6 


310 


72 


23.2 


17 


5.5 


407 


99 


24.3 


2 


0.5 


Anne Arundel 


2,543 


767 


30.2 


119 


4.7 


1 ,420 


453 


31.9 


87 


6.1 


1,123 


314 


28.0 


32 


2.8 


Baltimore 


5,187 


1,619 


31.2 


206 


4.0 


2,616 


747 


28.5 


65 


2.5 


2,571 


872 


33.9 


141 


5.5 


Calvert 


226 


95 


42 .0 






120 


46 


38.3 






106 


49 


46.2 






Carol ine 


231 


72 


31.2 


- 


- 


105 


30 


28.6 


- 


- 


126 


42 


33.3 


- 


- 


Carrol 1 


579 


155 


26.8 


- 


- 


297 


74 


24.9 


- 


- 


282 


81 


28.7 


- 


- 


Cecil 


478 


98 


20.5 


7 


1.5 


258 


60 


23.3 


7 


2.7 


220 


38 


17 . 3 


— 


— 


Charles 


424 


1 J 








226 


Q 


L n 






loo 


/. 








DnTf hps PT 


277 


74 


26.7 






136 


33 


24.3 








41 


29.1 






FfpHpr'f fk 


779 


316 


40.6 






389 


153 


39.3 






390 


163 


41.8 






Garrett 


216 


66 


30.5 






106 


33 


31.1 






110 


33 


30.0 






Harford 


1 ,010 


188 


18.6 






563 


149 


26.5 






447 


39 


8.7 






Howard 


494 


156 


31.6 


59 


11.9 


249 


80 


32.0 


45 


18.1 


245 


76 


31.0 


14 


5.7 


Kent 


174 


81 


46.5 






88 


42 


47.7 






86 


39 


45.3 






Montgomery 


4,695 


1,813 


38.6 


157 


3.3 


2,315 


919 


39.7 


98 


4.2 


2,380 


894 


37.6 


59 


2.5 


Prince George's 


4,882 


2,107 


43.1 






2,592 


1,122 


43.3 






2,290 


985 


43.0 






Queen Anne ' s 


195 


70 


35.9 






95 


32 


33.7 






100 


38 


38.0 






St. Mary's 


358 


121 


33.8 


16 


4.5 


173 


70 


40.5 


8 


4.6 


185 


51 


27.6 


8 


4.3 


Somerset 


200 


69 


34.5 






97 


35 


36.1 






103 


34 


33.0 






Talbot 


198 


67 


33.8 






106 


39 


36.8 






92 


28 


30.4 






Washington 


909 


359 


39.5 






433 


153 


35.3 






476 


206 


43.3 






Wicomico 


533 


236 


44.3 






263 


131 


49.8 






270 


105 


38.9 






Worcester 


264 


75 


28.4 






129 


38 


29.5 






135 


37 


11 .k 







NOTE: Tables 84-116 



The period of time reflected in Tables 84 thru 116 begins after September of the previous 
school year and runs through September of the current school year. Prior to 1965, the reports 
covered a school-year period. Total staff reflects all personnel employed September 1, 1965. 

In these tables "Other" type of certification includes teachers and principals either 
not certificated and/or those with an incorrect certificate code at the time of processing. These 
are deducted from the State and local unit "Totals" in calculating the percentages. 

Substitute certificates are included with provisional. 

New teachers and principals are those who were not employed in the public schools of 
the same local unit during the preceding year. 



TABLE 

84 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Grand Total 







Doctor ' s 


Master ' s 


Bachelor ' s 


2-3 


Years 


Less 


than 


Local Unit 




Degree 


Degree 


Deg 


ree 


Col lege 


2 Years 


College 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


32,877 


75 




8,222 


25.3 


21,278 


64.7 


2,542 


7.7 


760 


2.3 


Allegany 


717 


2 


0.3 


210 


29. 3 


464 


64. 7 


36 


5.0 


5 


0.7 


Anne Arundel 


2 , 543 


1 




373 


14.7 


1,715 


67.5 


321 


12.6 


133 


5 . 2 


Baltimore City 


7,308 


23 


0.3 


2,463 


33.7 


3,704 


50.7 


875 


12.0 


243 


3.3 


Baltimore 


5,187 


9 


0.1 


1,316 


25.4 


3,442 


66.4 


298 


5.7 


122 


2.4 


Calvert 


226 


- 


- 


40 


17.7 


167 


73.9 


17 


7.5 


2 


0.9 


Caroline 


231 






43 


18.6 


177 


76.6 


9 


3.9 


2 


0.9 


Carroll 


579 


_ 


_ 


95 


16.4 


366 


63.2 


91 


15.7 


1 "7 
It 


4 . / 


Cecil 


478 


_ 




71 


14.9 


321 


67.1 


73 


15.3 


13 


2.7 


Charles 


424 


- 


- 


61 


14.4 


333 


78.5 


21 


5.0 


9 


2.1 


Dorchester 


277 






54 


19.5 


176 


63.5 


43 


15.5 


4 


1.5 


Frederick 


779 


1 


O.I 


193 


24.8 


502 


64.4 


72 


9.3 


11 


1.4 


Garrett 


216 






53 


24.5 


147 


68.1 


14 


6.5 


2 


0.9 


Harford 


1,010 


1 


0.1 


157 


15.5 


749 


74.2 


85 


8.4 


18 


1.8 


Howard 


494 






98 


19.9 


339 


68.6 


49 


9.9 


8 


1.6 


Kent 


174 






21 


12.1 


138 


79. 3 


12 


6.9 


3 


1.7 


Montgomery 


4,695 


30 


0.6 


1,629 


34.7 


2,931 


62.4 


54 


1.2 


51 


1.1 


Prince George's 


4,882 


5 


0.1 


852 


17.4 


3,718 


76.2 


242 


5.0 


65 


1.3 


Queen Anne ' s 


195 






28 


14.4 


147 


75.4 


19 


9.7 


1 


0.5 


St. Mary's 


358 






33 


9.2 


266 


74.3 


43 


12.0 


16 


4.5 


Somerset 


200 


2 


1.0 


20 


10.0 


168 


84.0 


7 


3.5 


3 


1.5 


Talbot 


198 






44 


22.2 


129 


65.2 


19 


9.6 


6 


3.0 


Washington 


909 


1 


0.1 


244 


26.9 


560 


61.6 


95 


10.4 


9 


1.0 


Wicomico 


533 






82 


15.4 


419 


78.6 


27 


5.1 


5 


0.9 


Worcester 


264 






42 


15.9 


200 


75.8 


20 


7.6 


2 


0.7 



*Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

85 

All Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Total Elementary (1-6) 







Doctor ' s 


Master ' s 


Bachelor ' s 


2-3 


Years 


Less 


than 


Local Unit 




Dec 


ree 


Degree 


Dee 

" 


ree 


College 


2 Years 


Coll ege 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Perc Gnt 


Number 


Percent 


iOLal ouacc 


1 ^ ft ^7 


1 ft 
1 o 


n 1 


3,050 


18.1 




ft S 1 


2,187 


IJ.O 


ozy 




Allegany 


310 


- 


- 


61 


19.7 


211 


68.1 


33 


10 . 6 


5 


1.6 


Anne Arundel 


1,420 






126 


8 . 9 


855 


60 . 2 


310 


71 ft 


129 


9.1 


Da X L. LUlU I, C \> 1. U y 


3,766 


4 


. 1 


968 


7 S 7 


1 , 951 


51 . 8 


ftftQ 

U U 7 


17ft 


1 IL 


L ft 






4 


. 2 




1 Q 7 


1,741 


66 . 5 


7 7 S 


1 n s 


7 J 


ft 


\^ti L V c I L 


120 






14 


11.7 


89 


74 . 2 


16 


13.3 


1 
1 


n ft 


Caroline 


105 


- 


- 


1 7 


1 1 A 


82 


78.1 


g 


ft ft 


2 


1.9 


Carroll 


297 






29 


9.8 


I 6 S 




82 


27 . 6 


21 


7.1 


Uc(. L 1 








J L 


12 


153 


59 . 3 




71 7 


1 ? 


^ n 
J . \f 




226 






21 


9.3 


180 


79.6 


19 


8.4 


5 


7 




1 JO 


- 


_ 


19 


14.0 


79 


58.1 


34 


25.0 






Frederick 


389 


1 


0.3 


60 


15.4 


252 


64.8 


65 


16.7 


11 


2.8 


Garrett 


106 






17 


16.0 


73 


68.9 


14 


13.2 


2 


1.9 


Harford 


563 






54 


9.6 


411 


73.0 


80 


14.2 


18 


3.2 


Howard 


249 






34 


13.6 


166 


66.7 


43 


17 . 3 


6 


2.4 


Kent 


88 






7 


7.9 


68 


77 . 3 


10 


11.4 


3 


3.4 


Montgomery 


2,315 


8 


0.3 


631 


27.3 


1,586 


68.5 


47 


2.0 


43 


1.9 


Prince George's 


2,592 


1 




306 


11.8 


2,003 


77.3 


221 


8.5 


61 


2.4 


Queen Anne ' s 


95 






7 


7.4 


69 


72.6 


18 


18.9 


1 


1.1 


St. Mary's 


173 






7 


4,1 


112 


64.7 


40 


23.1 


14 


8.1 


Somerset 


97 






6 


6.2 


82 


84.5 


6 


6.2 


3 


3.1 


Talbot 


106 






19 


17.9 


63 


59.4 


18 


17.0 


6 


5.7 


Washington 


433 






79 


lb. 3 


266 


61.4 


81 


18.7 


7 


1.6 


Wicomico 


263 






26 


9.9 


213 


81.0 


20 


7.6 


4 


1.5 


Worcester 


129 






13 


10. 1 


98 


76.0 


16 


12.4 


2 


1.5 



'•Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

86 

All High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Total High (7 - 12) 







Doctor ' s 




Master ' s 




Bachelor ' s 




: - 3 


Years 




Less 


than 


Local Unit 




Dee 


ree 




Degree 




Dee 


ree 




College 




2 Years 


Coll ege 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


16,025 


57 





3 


5, 172 


32 


3 


10,310 


64 


4 


355 


2 


2 


131 


0.8 


Al legany 


407 


2 





5 


149 


36 


6 


253 


62 


2 


3 





7 






Anne Arundel 


1,123 


1 





1 


247 


22 





860 


76 


6 


11 


1 





4 


0.3 


Baltimore City 


3,542 


19 





5 


1,495 


42 


2 


1,753 


49 


5 


206 


5 


8 


69 


2.0 


Baltimore 


2,571 


5 





2 


813 


31 


6 


1,701 


66 


2 


23 





9 


29 


1 . 1 


Calvert 


106 


- 






26 


24 


6 


78 


73 


6 


1 





9 


1 


0.9 


Carol t ne 


126 


- 




_ 


31 


24 


6 


95 


75 


4 


- 




_ 






Carroll 


282 


- 




- 


66 


23 


4 


201 


71 


3 


9 


3 


2 


6 


2.1 


Cecil 


220 


- 






40 


18 


2 


168 


76 


4 


12 


5 


4 


- 


- 


Charles 


198 


- 








20 


2 


153 


77 


3 




1 





3 


1.5 


Dorchester 


141 








35 


24 


8 




68 


8 


9 


6 


4 


- 




Frederick 


390 








133 


34 


1 


250 


64 


1 


7 


1 


8 






Garrett 


110 








36 


32 


7 


74 


67 


3 












Harford 


447 


1 





2 


103 


23 


1 


338 


75 


6 


5 


1 


1 






Howard 


245 








64 


26 


1 


173 


70 


6 


6 


2 


5 


2 


0.8 


Kent 


86 








14 


16 


3 


70 


81 


4 


2 


2 


3 






Montgomery 


2,380 


22 


1 





998 


41 


9 


1,345 


56 


5 


7 





3 


8 


0.3 


Prince George's 


2,290 


4 





2 


546 


23 


8 


1,715 


74 


9 


21 





9 


4 


0.2 


Queen Anne's 


100 








21 


21 





78 


78 





1 


1 









St. Mary's 


185 








26 


14 


1 


154 


83 


2 


3 


1 


6 


2 


1.1 


Somerset 


103 


2 


1 


9 


14 


13 


6 


86 


83 


5 


1 


1 









Talbot 


92 








25 


27 


2 


66 


71 


7 


1 


1 


1 






Washington 


476 


1 





2 


165 


34 


7 


294 


61 


8 


14 


2 


9 


2 


0.4 


Wicomico 


270 








56 


20 


7 


206 


76 


3 


7 


2 


6 


1 


0.4 


Worces ter 


135 








29 


21 


5 


102 


75 


5 


4 


3 










TABLE 

87 

All Elementary and High School Teachers (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Grand Total 







Doctor 


s 


Master ' s 




Bachelor ' s 




2-3 


Years 




Less 


than 


T nc a 1 ITn i t" 






ree 




Degree 




ueg 


ree 




College 




2 Years 






Total 




Percent 


Number 


Percent 


K1 1 1 TT» 1^ ^ T* 
IN UUl (J C I 


Percent 


Numbe r 


Percent 


N 1 im h A T" 


Pg r c G n t 


Total State 


31 , 119 


35 




0.1 


6,840 


22 


.0 


20,974 


67 


4 


2,511 


8 


1 


759 


2.4 


Allegany 


678 


- 




- 


179 


26 


.4 


458 


67 


6 


36 


5 


3 


5 


0.7 


Anne Arundel 


2,419 


1 




0.1 


298 


12 


.3 


1,674 


69 


2 


313 


12 


9 


133 


5.5 


Baltimore City 


6,954 


11 




0.2 


2,163 


31 


.1 


3,671 


52 


8 


866 


12 


4 


243 


3.5 


Baltimore 


4,925 


5 




n 1 


1,080 


^ 1 


q 


3,422 






296 


f, 


n 

\j 


122 


2.5 


Calvert 


210 








26 


12 


.4 


165 


78 


6 


17 


8 


1 


2 


0.9 


Caroline 


215 


- 




- 


28 


13 


.0 


176 


81 


9 


9 


4 


2 


2 


0.9 


Carroll 


542 


- 




- 


73 


13 


.5 


352 


64 


9 


90 


16 


6 


27 


5.0 


Cecil 


453 


- 






51 


11 


. 2 


317 


70 





72 


15 


9 


13 


2.9 


Charles 


398 


— 






A 

H J 


10 


.8 


325 


81 


6 


Z 1 


5 


3 


9 


2 . 3 


Dorchester 


254 








40 


15 


.7 


1 7n 
i / u 


67 





40 


15 


7 


4 


1.6 


Frederick 


732 


1 




0.1 


134 


21 


. 1 


494 


67 


5 


72 


9 


8 


11 


1.5 


Garrett 


199 








40 


20 


. 1 


144 


72 


4 


13 


6 


5 


2 


1.0 


Harford 


969 








130 


13 


.4 


736 


75 


9 


85 


8 


8 


18 


1.9 


Howard 


459 








72 


15 


.7 


330 


71 


9 


49 


10 


7 


8 


1.7 


Kent 


162 








14 


8 


.6 


133 


82 


1 


12 


7 


4 


3 


1.9 


Montgomery 


4,448 


12 




0.3 


1,406 


31 


.6 


2,926 


65 


8 


53 


1 


2 


51 


1.1 


Prince George's 


4,619 


3 




0.1 


656 


14 


.2 


3,654 


79 


1 


241 


5 


2 


65 


1.4 


Queen Anne's 


181 








22 


12 


.2 


140 


77 


3 


18 


9 


9 


1 


0.6 


St. Mary's 


332 








23 


6 


.9 


252 


75 


9 


42 


12 


7 


15 


4.5 


Somerset 


182 


2 




1.1 


9 


4 


.9 


162 


89 





6 


3 


3 


3 


1.7 


Talbot 


182 








31 


17 


.0 


126 


69 


2 


19 


10 


5 


6 


3.3 


Washington 


860 








206 


24 


.0 


550 


64 





95 


11 





9 


1.0 


Wicomico 


501 








66 


13 


.2 


403 


80 


4 


27 


5 


4 


5 


1.0 


Worcester 


245 








30 


12 


.2 


194 


79 


2 


19 


7 


8 


2 


0.8 



TABLE 

88 

All Elementary Teachers (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Total Elementary (1-6) 







Doc tor 


s 


Master ' s 




Bachelor ' s 




2-3 


Years 




Less 


than 






ueg 


ree 




ueg 


ree 






ree 




College 




2 Yg3 r s 


1 1 Q ry o 
0(J 1 L C^C 




Tota 1 


Vt im Kf> T 


Percent 


Vi ITTl hp T" 


Percent 


Xiimhpi* 


Percent 




Percent 


Ml 1 m ho 


T* o n t" 
r C L C C [1 U 


Total State 


15,761 


9 




0. L 


2,239 


14. 


2 


10,724 


68 


.0 


"> 161 


13 


7 


628 


4.0 


t\L Legally 


286 


- 






42 


14. 


7 


206 


72 


.0 


33 


11 


5 


J 


1 8 


Anne Arundel 


1,328 


- 






82 


6. 


2 


815 


61 


.4 


302 


22 


7 


129 


9.7 


Baltimore City 


3,540 


1 




0.1 


777 


21. 


9 


1 ,925 


54 


.4 


663 


18 


7 


174 


4.9 


Baltimore 


2,438 


2 




0.1 


348 


14. 


3 


1,722 


70 


.6 


273 


11 


2 


93 


3.8 


Calvert 


112 


- 






8 


7. 


1 


87 


77 


. 7 


16 


14 


3 


1 


0.9 


Carol ine 


QA 


- 






6 


6. 


1 


81 


82 


.7 


9 


9 


2 


2 




Carroll 


281 


- 




- 


22 


7. 


8 


157 


55 


.9 


81 


28 


8 


21 


7.5 


Cecil 


242 


- 






18 


7.4 


151 


62 


.4 


60 


24 


8 


13 


5.4 


Charles 


212 


- 






12 


5. 


7 


175 


82 


.5 


1 Q 


9 





6 


2.8 


Dorchester 


124 








1 A 


11 . 


3 


7 


58 


.9 


33 


26 


6 


4 


3.2 


Freder ick 


360 


1 




0.2 


37 


10. 


3 


246 


68 


.3 


65 


18 


1 


11 


3.1 


Garrett 


95 








10 


10. 


5 


70 


73 


.7 


13 


13 


7 


2 


2.1 


Harford 


539 








39 


7. 


2 


402 


74 


.6 


80 


14 


9 


18 


3.3 


Howard 


227 








20 


8. 


8 


158 


69 


.6 


43 


18 


9 


6 


2.7 


Kent 


81 








5 


6. 


2 


63 


77 


.8 


10 


12 


3 


3 


3.7 


Montgomery 


2,174 


4 




0.2 


498 


22. 


9 


1,583 


72 


.8 


46 


2 


1 


43 


2.0 


Prince George's 


2,438 


1 




0.1 


204 


8. 


3 


1,952 


80 


.1 


220 


9 





61 


2.5 


Queen Anne ' s 


86 








4 


4. 


6 


64 


74 


.4 


17 


19 


8 


1 


1.2 


St. Mary's 


160 








5 


3. 


1 


103 


64 


.4 


39 


24 


4 


13 


8.1 


Somerset 


86 








1 


1. 


2 


77 


89 


.5 


5 


5 


8 


3 


3.5 


Talbot 


95 








10 


10. 


5 


61 


64 


.2 


18 


19 





6 


6.3 


Washington 


399 








54 


13. 


5 


257 


64 


.4 


81 


20 


3 


7 


1.8 


Wicomico 


243 








17 


7 . 





202 


83 


.1 


20 


8 


2 


4 


1.7 


Worcester 


117 








6 


5. 


1 


94 


80 


.4 


15 


12 


8 


2 


1.7 



TABLE 

89 

All High School Teachers (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Total High (7-12) 







Doctor ' s 


Master ' s 


Bachelor ' s 


2-3 


Years 


Less 


than 


Local Unit 




Deg 


ree 


Deg 


ree 


Deg 


ree 


College 


2 Years 


Col lege 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


15,358 


26 


. 2 


4 , 601 


29 . 9 


10 ,250 


66. 7 


350 


2.3 


131 


0.9 


Allegany 


392 






137 


34.9 


252 


64. 3 


3 


0.8 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1,091 


1 


0.1 


216 


19.8 


859 


78.7 


11 


1.0 


4 


0.4 


Baltimore City 


3,414 


10 


. 3 


1 , 386 


40 . 6 


1,746 


51, 1 


203 


6.0 


69 


2.0 


Baltimore 


2,487 


3 


0. 1 


732 


29.4 


1 , 700 


68.4 


23 


0.9 


29 


1.2 


Calvert 


98 






18 


18.4 


78 


79.6 


1 


1.0 


1 


1.0 


Caroline 


117 






22 


18.8 


95 


81.2 






- 


- 


Carroll 


261 






51 


19.5 


195 


74.7 


9 


3.5 


6 


2 . 3 


Cecil 


211 


_ 


_ 


33 


15.6 


166 


78.7 


12 


5.7 






Charles 


186 






31 


16. 7 


150 


80.6 


2 


1 . 1 


3 


1.6 


Dorchester 


130 


- 


- 


26 


20.0 


97 


74.6 


7 


5.4 


_ 


_ 


Frederick 


372 






117 


31.4 


248 


66.7 


7 


1.9 






Garrett 


104 






30 


28.8 


74 


71.2 










Harford 


430 






91 


21.2 


334 


77.7 


5 


1.1 






Howard 


232 






52 


22.4 


172 


74.1 


6 


2.6 


2 


0.9 


Kent 


81 






9 


11.1 


70 


86.4 


2 


2.5 






Montgomery 


2,274 


8 


0.4 


908 


39.9 


1,343 


59.0 


7 


0.3 


8 


0.4 


Prince George's 


2,181 


2 


0.1 


452 


20.7 


1,702 


78.0 


21 


1.0 


4 


0.2 


Queen Anne ' s 


95 






18 


18.9 


76 


80.0 


1 


1.1 






St. Mary's 


172 






18 


10.5 


149 


86.6 


3 


1.7 


2 


1.2 


Somerset 


96 


2 


2.1 


8 


8.3 


85 


88.5 


1 


1.1 






Talbot 


87 






21 


24.1 


65 


74.7 


1 


1.2 






Washington 


461 






152 


33.0 


293 


63.6 


14 


3.0 


2 


0.4 


Wicomico 


258 






49 


19.0 


201 


77.9 


7 


2.7 


1 


0.4 


Worcester 


128 






24 


18.8 


100 


78.1 


4 


3.1 







TABLE 

90 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Grand Total 







Master ' 


s Degree 


Bachelor ' s 


: - 3 


Years 


Less 


than 


Local Unit 




and above* 


Degree 


College 


Z Years 


College 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


!«jrr.ber 


Percent 


Nuziber 


Percent 


Total State* 


6,396 


633 


9 . 9 


5 718 


81 . 6 


374 


5.8 


171 


2.7 


Allegany 


100 


9 


9.0 


84 


84.0 


6 


6.0 


1 


1.0 


Anne Arundel 


696 


57 


8.2 


538 


77.3 


73 


10.5 


28 


4.0 


Baltimore City 


1,195 


114 


9.5 


902 


75.5 


123 


10.3 


56 


4.7 


Baltimore 


1,000 


99 


9.9 


838 


83.8 


43 


4.3 


20 


2.0 


Calvert 


62 


5 


8. 1 


50 


80 . 6 


5 


8 . 1 


2 


3.2 


Carol ine 


43 


5 


11.6 


33 


76.8 


4 


9.3 


1 


2.3 


Carroll 


101 


7 


6.9 


74 


73.3 


11 


10.9 


9 


8.9 


Cecil 


118 


9 


7.6 


88 


74.6 


19 


16.1 


2 


1.7 


Charles 


106 


1 n 
W 


a A 
9.4 


89 


84 . 


/. 
»» 




3 


2.8 


Dorchester 


33 


2 


6.1 


27 


81.8 


4 


12.1 


~ 




Frederick 


121 


14 


11.6 


99 


81.8 


5 


4.1 


3 


2.5 


Garrett 


32 


2 


6.3 


29 


90.6 


1 


3.1 






Harford 


289 


23 


8.0 


249 


86.2 


12 


4.1 


5 


1.7 


Howard 


115 


16 


13.9 


89 


77.4 


6 


5.2 


4 


3.5 


Kent 


29 


3 


10.4 


24 


82.8 


1 


3.4 


1 


3.4 


Montgomery 


991 


177 


17.9 


798 


80.5 


2 


0.2 


14 


1.4 


Prince George's 


1,321 


129 


9.8 


1.126 


85.2 


45 


3.4 


21 


1.6 


Queen Anne's 


42 






39 


92.8 


2 


4.8 


1 


2.4 


St. Mary's 


100 


3 


3.0 


82 


82.0 


12 


12.0 


3 


3.0 


Somerset 


26 






26 


100.0 










Talbot 


35 


4 


11.4 


24 


68.6 


4 


11.4 


3 


8.6 


Washington 


137 


14 


10.2 


104 


75.9 


13 


9.5 


6 


4.4 


Wicomico 


97 


4 


4.1 


89 


91.8 


3 


3.1 


1 


1.0 


Worcester 


62 


5 


8.1 


55 


88.7 


2 


3.2 







*Includes the following who have a doctor's degree: Carroll, 1; Montgomery, 3; Prince George's, 1; Total, 5. 

''Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 455; .Master's degree and 
above, 78; Bachelor's degree, 338; 2-3 years college, 26; less than 2 years college, 13. 



TABLE 

91 

New Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Total Elementary (1-6) 







Master's Degree 


Bachelor ' s 


2-3 


Years 


Less than 


Local Unit 




and above 


Degree 


College 


2 Years 


Co 1 1 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Numbe r 


Percent 




Pg rc G n C 


Total State'* 


3,482 


243 


7.0 


2 , 819 


80.9 


295 


8 . 5 


125 


3.6 


Al legany 


39 


2 


5.1 


33 


84.6 


3 


7.7 


1 


2.6 


Anne Arundel 


399 


22 


5.5 


282 


70.7 


69 


17.3 


26 


6.5 


Baltimore City 


654 


38 


5.8 


494 


75.5 


90 


13.8 


32 


4.9 


Baltimore 


510 


37 


7.2 


430 


84.3 


33 


6.5 


10 


2.0 


Calvert 


27 


2 


7 .4 


20 


74 . 1 


4 


14 .8 


1 


3.7 


Carol ine 


18 


1 


5.6 


12 


66.6 


4 


22.2 


1 


5.6 


Carroll 


56 


3 


5.4 


34 


60.7 


11 


19.6 


8 


14.3 


Cecil 


67 


7 


10.5 


48 


71.6 


10 


14.9 


2 


3.0 


Charles 


58 


3 


5 . 2 


51 


87 . 9 


4 


6 . 9 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


13 


2 


15.4 


8 


61.5 


3 


23.1 






Frederick 


66 


4 


6.1 


57 


86.4 


2 


3.0 


3 


4.5 


Garrett 


12 






11 


91.7 


1 


8.3 






Harford 


189 


9 


4.8 


164 


86.8 


11 


5.8 


5 


2.6 


Howard 


51 


7 


13.7 


40 


78.5 


2 


3.9 


2 


3.9 


Kent 


13 


1 


7.7 


10 


76.9 


1 


7.7 


1 


7.7 


Montgomery 


511 


61 


11.9 


439 


85.9 






11 


2.2 


Prince George's 


808 


53 


6.6 


692 


85.6 


44 


5.4 


19 


2.4 


Queen Anne's 


20 






18 


90.0 


1 


5.0 


1 


5.0 


St. Mary's 


50 


1 


2.0 


36 


72.0 


10 


20.0 


3 


6.0 


Somerset 


11 






11 


100.0 










Talbot 


16 


2 


12.5 


7 


43.8 


4 


25.0 


3 


18.7 


Washington 


69 


6 


8.7 


49 


71.0 


10 


14.5 


4 


5.8 


Wicomico 


36 


1 


2.8 


32 


88.9 


2 


5.5 


1 


2.8 


Worcester 


30 


3 


10.0 


26 


86.7 


1 


3.3 







Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 241; Master's degree and 
above, 22; Bachelor's degree, 185; 2-3 years college, 25; less than 2 years college, 9. 



TABLE 

92 



New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 













Total High (7 


-12) 












Master ' 


s Degree 


Bachelor ' s 


2 - 3 


Years 


Less than 


T ac 1 I Irri t" 




and above-- 


Degree 


College 


2 Years 


College 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State'' 


2,914 


390 


13 .4 






7Q 


2 . 7 


46 


1.6 


Allegany 


61 


7 


11.5 


51 


83.6 


3 


4.9 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


297 


35 


11.8 


256 


86.2 


4 


1.3 


2 


0.7 


Baltimore City 


541 


76 


14. 1 


408 


75.4 


33 


6.1 


24 


4.4 


Baltimore 


490 


62 


12.7 


408 


83.3 


10 


2.0 


10 


2.0 


Calvert 


35 




ft s 




ftS 7 


1 
1 




1 


2.9 


Caroline 


25 


4 


16.0 


21 


84.0 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Carroll 


45 


4 


8.9 


40 


88.9 


- 


- 


1 


2.2 


Cecil 


51 


2 


3.9 


40 


78.4 


9 


17.7 


- 


- 


Charles 


48 


7 


14.6 


38 


79.2 






3 


6.2 


Dorchester 


20 






19 


95.0 


1 


5.0 






Frederick 


55 


10 


18.2 


42 


76.4 


3 


5.4 






Garrett 


20 


2 


10.0 


18 


90.0 










Harford 


100 


14 


14.0 


85 


85.0 


1 


1.0 






Howard 


64 


9 


14.1 


49 


76.6 


4 


6.2 


2 


3.1 


Kent 


16 


2 


12.5 


14 


87.5 










Montgomery 


480 


116 


24.2 


359 


74.8 


2 


0.4 


3 


0.6 


Prince George's 


513 


76 


14.8 


434 


84.6 


1 


0.2 


2 


0.4 


Queen Anne ' s 


22 






21 


95.5 


1 


4.5 






St. Mary's 


50 


2 


4,0 


46 


92.0 


2 


4.0 






Somerset 


15 






15 


100.0 










Talbot 


19 


2 


10.5 


17 


89.5 










Washington 


68 


8 


11.8 


55 


80.9 


3 


4.4 


2 


2.9 


Wicomico 


61 


3 


4.9 


57 


93.5 


1 


1.6 






Worcester 


32 


2 


6.3 


29 


90.6 


1 


3.1 







'•■■'Includes the following who have a doctor's degree: Carroll, 1; Montgomery, 3; Prince George's, 1; Total, 5. 

''Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 214; Master's degree and 
above, 56; Bachelor's degree, 153; 2-3 years college, 1; less than 2 years college, 4. 



TABLE 

93 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Type of Certificate: 

Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Teachers 
and 
Principals 








Grand 


Total 










Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


iotai bcate 


X) All 


24,608 


75.7 


4,016 


20,592 


7,893 


24. 3 


5,244 


2,649 


376 


Al legany 


7 17 
1 LI 


655 


91.4 


146 


509 


62 


8.6 


42 


20 




Anne Arundel 


2.543 


1,588 


62.9 


258 


1,330 


937 


37 . 1 


512 


425 


18 


Baltimore City 


7,308 


5,541 


75.9 


2,269 


3,272 


1,764 


24.1 


1,063 


701 


3 




J , lO / 


4,250 


82.0 


86 


4,164 


933 


18.0 


532 


401 




t^a 1 ver c 




170 


75.6 


21 


149 


55 


24.4 


40 


15 


1 


Carol Ine 


9 

^ J 1 


199 


86.1 


35 


164 


32 


13.9 


22 


10 




Carroll 


579 


387 


67.1 


46 


341 


190 


32.9 


87 


103 


2 


Cecil 


478 


329 


69.0 


42 


287 


148 


31.0 


69 


79 


1 


^nanes 


A 9A 


295 


72.3 


20 


275 


113 


27.7 


93 


20 


16 


1" ^ n £3 c ^ A V* 

L/orciicoLcr 


97 7 


203 


74.1 


39 


164 


71 


25.9 


35 


36 


J 


Frederick 


779 


558 


72.1 


83 


475 


216 


27.9 


144 


72 


5 


Garrett 


216 


175 


81.0 


36 


139 


41 


19.0 


32 


9 




Harford 


1,010 


745 


74.8 


20 


725 


251 


25.2 


169 


82 


14 


Howard 


494 


339 


68.6 


42 


297 


155 


31.4 


100 


55 




Kent 


174 


136 


78.2 


22 


114 


38 


21.8 


25 


13 




Montgomery 


4,695 


3,873 


83.8 


216 


3,657 


748 


16.2 


655 


93 


74 


Prince George's 


4,882 


3,103 


66.3 


347 


2,756 


1,575 


33.7 


1,279 


296 


204 


Queen Anne ' s 


195 


155 


79.5 


23 


132 


40 


20.5 


28 


12 




St. Mary's 


358 


223 


62.5 


13 


210 


134 


37.5 


82 


52 


1 


Somerset 


200 


156 


78.0 


12 


144 


44 


22.0 


35 


9 




Talbot 


198 


155 


78.7 


33 


122 


42 


21.3 


21 


21 


1 


Washington 


909 


731 


81.0 


146 


585 


171 


19.0 


90 


81 


7 


Wicomico 


533 


445 


84.8 


38 


407 


80 


15.2 


53 


27 


8 


Worcester 


264 


197 


78.8 


23 


174 


53 


21.2 


36 


17 


14 



TABLE 

94 

All Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Tnral Unit" 


Total 
Teachers 
and 
Principals 








Total 


Elementary (1-6) 








Prof ess ional 


Provis ional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 




Non— 

dccrcG 
^ 1> 


L'l UIII L 


Pg rc G n t 


Ml ITTl h O 1" 


P G r c G n t 


Total State 


16,852 


11,194 


67.2 


1 ,459 


9,735 


5,455 


32.8 


3 , 181 


2 , 274 


203 


Allegany 


310 


282 


91.0 


38 


244 


28 


9.0 


11 


17 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


1,420 


651 


46.2 


78 


573 


759 


53.8 


348 


411 


10 


Baltimore City 


3,766 


2,598 


69.0 


848 


1 , 750 


1,165 


31.0 


637 


528 


3 


Baltimore 


2,616 


1,933 


74.0 


47 


1 ,886 


680 


26.0 


330 


350 


3 


Calvert 


120 


87 


72.5 


7 


80 


33 


27 . 5 


20 


13 




Caroline 


105 


84 


80.0 


10 


74 


21 


20.0 


11 


10 




Carroll 


297 


153 


51.7 


13 


140 


143 


48. 3 


54 


89 


1 


Cecil 


258 


142 


55.0 


16 


126 


116 


45.0 


49 


67 




Charles 


226 


A /.fit 


D / . 7 


5 


141 


AQ 
7 


■^9 1 
. 1 


53 


16 


11 


Dorchester 


136 


90 


66.2 


16 


74 


46 


33.8 


16 


30 




Frederick 


389 


228 


58.8 


24 


204 


160 


41.2 


94 


66 


1 


Garrett 


106 


83 


78.3 


13 


70 


23 


21.7 


14 


9 




Harford 


563 


366 


65.7 


11 


355 


191 


34.3 


114 


77 


6 


Howard 


249 


141 


56.6 


17 


124 


108 


43.4 


62 


46 




Kent 


88 


63 


71.6 


6 


57 


25 


28.4 


14 


11 




Montgomery 


2.315 


1,825 


79.7 


108 


1,717 


465 


20.3 


387 


78 


25 


Prince George's 


2,592 


1,380 


56.0 


98 


1,282 


1,086 


44.0 


815 


271 


126 


Queen Anne's 


95 


72 


75.8 


5 


67 


23 


24.2 


12 


11 




St. Mary's 


173 


88 


51.2 


6 


82 


84 


48.8 


36 


48 


1 


Somerset 


97 


72 


74.2 


2 


70 


25 


25.8 


17 


8 




Talbot 


106 


74 


70.5 


15 


59 


31 


29.5 


11 


20 


1 


Washington 


433 


324 


75.2 


51 


273 


107 


24.8 


41 


66 


2 


Wicomico 


263 


221 


86.0 


16 


205 


36 


14.0 


17 


19 


6 


Worcester 


129 


91 


74.6 


9 


82 


31 


25.4 


18 


13 


7 



TABLE 

95 

All High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Teachers 
and 
Principals 


Total High (7-12) 


Professional 


Provis ional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


S t andard 


Total 


Decree 


Non-" 
decree 


INUlllUc L 


P *i o n f" 


Mil m £1 T" 


P j~\ ^ »^ f~ 

r c Jl (..c It L 


Total State 


16,025 


1 ATA 


ftA f\ 
OH . D 


2,557 


10,857 


<i J H JO 


1 S A 
i -) . H 


2,063 


375 


173 


Allegany 


407 


373 


91.6 


108 


265 


34 


8.4 


31 


3 




Anne Arundel 


1,123 


937 


84.0 


180 


757 


178 


16.0 


164 


14 


8 


Baltimore City 


3,542 


2,943 


83.1 


1,421 


1,522 


599 


16.9 


426 


173 


- 


Baltimore 


2,571 


2,317 


90.2 


39 


2,278 


253 


9.8 


202 


51 


1 


Calvert 


106 


ft 1 




14 


69 


99 


91 n 


20 


2 


1 


Caroline 


126 


115 


91.3 


25 


90 


11 


8.7 


11 


- 




Carroll 


282 


234 


83.3 


33 


201 


47 


16.7 


33 


14 


1 


Cecil 


220 


187 


85.4 


26 


161 


32 


14.6 


20 


12 


1 


Charles 


198 


149 


77 . 2 


15 


134 


44 


22.8 


40 


4 


5 


Dorchester 


141 


113 


81.9 


T 
^ J 




25 


18.1 


1 o 


D 


3 


Frederick 


390 


330 


85.5 


59 


271 


56 


14.5 


50 


6 


4 


Garrett 


110 


92 


83.6 


23 


69 


18 


16.4 


18 






Harford 


447 


379 


86.3 


9 


370 


60 


13.7 


55 


5 


8 


Howard 


245 


198 


80.8 


25 


173 


47 


19.2 


38 


9 




Kent 


86 


73 


84.9 


16 


57 


13 


15.1 


11 


2 




Montgomery 


2,380 


2,048 


87.9 


108 


1,940 


283 


12.1 


268 


15 


49 


Prince George's 


2,290 


1,723 


77.9 


249 


1,474 


489 


22.1 


464 


25 


78 


Queen Anne ' s 


100 


83 


83.0 


18 


65 


17 


17.0 


16 


1 




St. Mary's 


185 


135 


73.0 


7 


128 


50 


27.0 


46 


4 




Somerset 


103 


84 


81.6 


10 


74 


19 


18.4 


18 


1 




Talbot 


92 


81 


88.0 


18 


63 


11 


12.0 


10 


1 




Washington 


476 


407 


86.4 


95 


312 


64 


13.6 


49 


15 


5 


Wicomico 


270 


224 


83.6 


22 


202 


44 


16.4 


36 


8 


2 


Worcester 


135 


106 


82.8 


14 


92 


22 


17.2 


18 


4 


7 



TABLE 

96 

All Elementary and High School Teachers (1-12): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Teachers 


Grand Total 


Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 




Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Advanced 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


31,119 


23,070 


75.0 


3, 184 


19,886 


7,682 


25.0 


5,059 


2,623 


367 


Allegany 


678 


620 


91 .4 


118 


502 


58 


8.6 


38 


20 




Anne Arundel 


2,419 


1 ,487 


61 .9 


193 


1 , 294 


915 


38. 1 


495 


420 


17 


Baltimore City 


6,954 


5, 187 


74.6 


2 ,002 


3, 185 


1 , 764 


25.4 


1 ,060 


704 


3 


Baltimore 


4,925 


4,003 


81 . 3 


43 


3,960 


919 


18.7 


519 


400 


3 


Calvert 


210 


156 


74.6 


10 


146 


53 


25.4 


38 


15 


I 


Carol ine 


215 


185 


86.0 


22 


163 


30 


14.0 


20 


10 




Carroll 


542 


357 


66. 1 


32 


325 


183 


33.9 


81 


102 


2 


Cecil 


453 


308 


68. 1 


28 


280 


144 


31.9 


66 


78 


1 


Charles 


398 


275 


71.8 


14 


261 


108 


28 . 2 


88 


20 


15 


Dorchester 


254 


186 


73.8 


31 


155 


66 


26.2 


32 


34 


2 


Frederick 


732 


515 


70.8 


60 


455 


212 


29.2 


140 


72 


5 


Garrett 


199 


162 


81.4 


26 


136 


37 


18.6 


29 


8 




Harford 


969 


711 


74.5 


4 


707 


244 


25.5 


162 


82 


14 


Howard 


459 


313 


68.2 


28 


285 


146 


31 .8 


93 


53 




Kent 


162 


124 


76.5 


15 


109 


38 


23.5 


25 


13 




Montgomery 


4,448 


3,653 


83.5 


127 


3,526 


722 


16.5 


630 


92 


73 


Prince George's 


4,619 


2,899 


65.6 


226 


2,673 


1 ,519 


34.4 


1,232 


287 


201 


Queen Anne ' s 


181 


144 


79.6 


18 


126 


37 


20.4 


26 


11 




St. Mary's 


332 


208 


62.7 


7 


201 


124 


37.3 


74 


50 




Somerset 


182 


145 


79.7 


5 


140 


37 


20.3 


29 


8 




Talbot 


182 


140 


77.3 


22 


118 


41 


22.7 


20 


21 


1 


Washington 


860 


690 


80.9 


114 


576 


163 


19.1 


82 


81 


7 


Wicomico 


501 


420 


85.2 


26 


394 


73 


14.8 


46 


27 


8 


Worcester 


245 


182 


78.8 


13 


169 


49 


21.2 


34 


15 


14 



TABLE 

97 

All Elementary Teachers (1-6): By Type of Certificate: • 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Teachers 


Total Elementary (1-6) 


Professional 


Prov is ional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


15,761 


10,282 


66.1 


990 


9,292 


5,281 


33.9 


3,031 


2,250 


198 


Allegany 


286 


261 


91 . 3 


22 


239 


25 


8.7 


8 


17 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1,328 


582 


44 . 1 


43 


539 


737 


55 . 9 


331 


406 


9 


Baltimore City 


3,540 


2,372 


67 . 1 


687 


1,685 


1 , 165 


32 . 9 


637 


528 


3 


Baltimore 


2,438 


1 , 767 


72 . 6 


18 


1,749 


668 


27 .4 


319 


349 


3 


Calvert 


112 


80 


71.4 


1 


79 


32 


28.6 


19 


13 




Caroline 


98 


79 


80.6 


6 


73 


19 


19 .4 


9 


10 


- 


Carroll 


281 


143 


51 . 1 


9 


134 


137 


48 . 9 


49 


88 


1 


Cecil 


242 


129 


53 . 3 


6 


123 


113 


46 . 7 


47 


66 




Charles 


212 


136 


67.3 


2 


134 


66 


32.7 


50 


16 


10 


Dorchester 


124 


82 


66. 1 


11 


71 


42 


33.9 


13 


29 


_ 


Frederick 


360 


202 


56.3 


11 


191 


157 


43.7 


91 


66 


1 


Garrett 


95 


76 


80.0 


8 


68 


19 


20.0 


11 


8 




Harford 


539 


347 


65.1 




347 


186 


34.9 


109 


77 


6 


Howard 


227 


126 


55.5 


10 


116 


101 


44.5 


56 


45 




Kent 


81 


56 


69.1 


4 


52 


25 


30.9 


14 


11 




Montgomery 


2,174 


1,707 


79.4 


55 


1,652 


442 


20.6 


364 


78 


25 


Prince George's 


2,438 


1,276 


55.1 


43 


1,233 


1,038 


44.9 


775 


263 


124 


Queen Anne ' s 


86 


64 


74.4 


2 


62 


22 


25.6 


12 


10 




St. Mary's 


160 


82 


51.3 


3 


79 


78 


48.7 


32 


46 




Somerset 


86 


67 


77.9 




67 


19 


22.1 


12 


7 




Talbot 


95 


64 


68.1 


8 


56 


30 


31.9 


10 


20 


1 


Washington 


399 


296 


74.6 


30 


266 


101 


25.4 


35 


66 


2 


Wicomico 


243 


206 


86.9 


9 


197 


31 


13.1 


12 


19 


6 


Worcester 


117 


82 


74. 5 


2 


80 


28 


25.5 


16 


12 


7 



TABLE 

98 

All High School Teachers (7-12): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
Teachers 


Total High (7-12) 


Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


15,358 


12,788 


84.2 






2,401 


15.8 


2 028 




169 


Allegany 


392 




Q 1 A 


96 


263 


J J 


(I A 


30 


3 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1,091 




Q T C 
O J . O 


150 


755 


I/O 


iO . if 


164 


14 


8 


1 timnrf^ Pi f'v 


3 414 


T QIC 
Z fOLD 




L f J L J 


1 son 


COO 


IT C 

i / . D 


4? 3 


176 




Baltimore 


2^487 


2 , 236 


89 . 9 




7 7^ 1 


1 C 1 

231 


in 1 


200 






Calvert 


98 


76 


78.4 


q 


67 


21 


21.6 


19 


2 


I 


Carol ine 


117 


lUO 


91) . O 


16 


90 


i 1 


9 . k 


11 




- 


Carroll 


261 


1/. 


ft 9 




191 


HO 


17 7 


32 


14 


1 


Cecil 


211 


1/9 




22 


157 




14 . o 


19 


12 


1 


Charles 


186 


139 


76.8 


1 7 


127 


42 


23.2 


38 


4 


5 


Dorchester 


130 


104 


81.3 


20 


84 


24 


18.7 


19 


5 


2 


Frederick 


372 


313 


85.1 


49 


264 


55 


14.9 


49 


6 


4 


Garrett 




86 


82.7 


18 


68 


18 


17.3 


18 






Harford 


430 


364 


86.3 


4 


360 


58 


13.7 


53 


5 


8 


Howard 


232 


187 


80.6 


18 


169 


45 


19.4 


37 


8 




Kent 


81 


68 


84.0 


11 


57 


13 


16.0 


11 


2 




Mont gome ry 


2,274 


1 ,946 


87 .4 


72 


1 ,874 


280 


12.6 


266 


14 


48 


Prince George's 


2,181 


1,623 


77 . 1 


183 


1,440 


481 


22.9 


457 


24 


77 


Queen Anne ' s 


95 


80 


84.2 


16 


64 


15 


15.8 


14 


1 




St. Mary's 


172 


126 


73.3 


4 


122 


46 


26.7 


42 


4 




Somerset 


96 


78 


81.3 


5 


73 


18 


18.7 


17 


1 




Talbot 


87 


76 


87.4 


14 


62 


11 


12.6 


10 


1 




Washington 


461 


394 


86.4 


84 


310 


62 


13.6 


47 


15 


5 


Wicomico 


258 


214 


83.6 


17 


197 


42 


16.4 


34 


8 


2 


Worcester 


128 


100 


82.6 


11 


89 


21 


17.4 


18 


3 


7 



TABLE 

99 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Type of Certificate: 

Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Grand Total 



Local Unit 


New Teachers 

and 
Princ ipals 


Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State- 


6 , 396 


3, 333 


54.6 


109 


3 , 224 


2,770 


45.4 


2,215 


555 


293 


Allegany 


100 






1 


68 


^ 1 


J i . u 


24 


7 


- 


Anne Arundel 


696 


JZO 


A 7 Q 


12 


314 




j/ . i 


254 


100 


16 


Baltimore City 


1,195 




/i 1 7 


72 


426 


A Q 7 


Q Q 9 


519 


178 




Bal t imore 


1 ,000 




7 9 n 


2 


718 


9 flC\ 
L OU 




217 


63 




Calvert 


62 


31 


51.7 




31 


29 


48.3 


22 


7 


2 


Caroline 


43 


ZD 


JO . i 


2 


23 


1 ft 


/.I Q 

Hi. .y 


13 


5 


- 


Carroll 


101 


Aft 


Aft 

HO . D 


3 


45 


C 1 

J i 


J i . 3 


31 


20 


2 


Cec il 


118 


An 
OU 


jU . 




60 


ft 

JO 


A Q 

Hy , Z 


37 


21 




Charles 


106 


44 


43. 1 


3 


41 


58 


56.9 


51 


7 


4 


Dorches ter 


33 


14 


45.2 




14 


17 


54.8 


13 


4 


2 


Frederick 


121 


59 


50.4 


1 


58 


58 


49.6 


50 


8 


4 


Garrett 


32 


20 


62.5 


2 


18 


12 


37.5 


11 


1 




Harford 


289 


169 


61.0 




169 


108 


39.0 


91 


17 


12 


Howard 


115 


65 


56.5 


4 


61 


50 


43.5 


38 


12 




Kent 


29 


16 


55.2 


1 


15 


13 


44.8 


11 


2 




Montgomery 


991 


592 


64.1 


18 


574 


331 


35.9 


314 


17 


68 


Prince George's 


1,321 


536 


48.0 


7 


529 


580 


52.0 


504 


76 


205 


Queen Anne's 


42 


29 


69.0 




29 


13 


31.0 


10 


3 




St. Mary's 


100 


56 


56.6 


1 


55 


43 


43.4 


29 


14 


1 


Somerset 


26 


18 


69.2 




18 


8 


30.8 


8 






Talbot 


35 


19 


55.9 




19 


15 


44.1 


9 


6 


1 


Washington 


137 


72 


55.4 




72 


58 


44.6 


39 


19 


7 


Wicomico 


97 


52 


58.4 


1 


51 


37 


41.6 


33 


4 


8 


Worcester 


62 


23 


47 .9 




23 


25 


52.1 


23 


2 


14 



*Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 455; Professional 
Total, 228; Advanced, 21; Standard, 207; Provisional - Total, 174; Degree, 136; Nondegree, 38; Other, 53. 



TABLE 

100 

New Elementary School Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 
New Teachers 
and 
Principals 








Total Elementary ( 1- 


6) 








Prof ess ional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State* 


3,482 


1 ,565 


47.1 


33 


1 ,532 


1,759 


52.9 


1,331 


428 


158 


Allegany 


39 


29 


74.4 




29 


10 


25.6 


6 


4 


- 


Anne Arundel 


399 


124 


31 . 8 


1 


123 


266 


68 . 2 


172 


94 


9 


Baltimore City 


654 


229 


35.0 


22 


207 


425 


65 . 


303 


122 




Baltimore 


510 


340 


66 . 7 




340 


170 


33.3 


127 


43 


- 


Calvert 


27 


11 


42.3 




11 


15 


57.7 


10 


5 


1 


Caroline 


18 


3 


44 . 4 


1 


7 


10 


SS 6 


5 


5 


— 


Carroll 


56 


19 


34 . 5 


1 


18 


36 


65.5 


17 


19 


1 


Cecil 


67 


28 


41.8 




28 


J y 




27 


12 




Charles 


58 


18 


32.1 


1 


17 


38 


67.9 


34 


4 


2 


Dorchester 


13 


6 


46.2 




6 


7 


53.8 


4 


3 


" 


Frederick 


66 


24 


37.5 


1 


23 


40 


62.5 


35 


5 


2 


Garrett 


12 


4 


33.3 




4 


8 


66.7 


7 


1 




Harford 


189 


100 


54.3 




100 


84 


45.7 


68 


16 


5 


Howard 


51 


27 


52.9 


2 


25 


24 


47.1 


19 


5 




Kent 


13 


6 


46.2 




6 


7 


53.8 


5 


2 




Montgomery 


511 


297 


60.5 


6 


291 


194 


39.5 


183 


11 


20 


Prince George's 


808 


289 


42.5 


2 


287 


391 


57.5 


319 


72 


128 


Queen Anne ' s 


20 


15 


75.0 




15 


5 


25.0 


3 


2 




St. Mary's 


50 


24 


49.0 


1 


23 


25 


51.0 


13 


12 


1 


Somerset 


11 


7 


63.6 




7 


4 


36.4 


4 






Talbot 


16 


6 


40.0 




6 


9 


60.0 


3 


6 


1 


Washington 


69 


31 


46.3 




31 


36 


53.7 


22 


14 


2 


Wicomico 


36 


16 


53.3 




16 


14 


46.7 


11 


3 


6 


Worcester 


30 


13 


56.5 




13 


10 


43.5 


9 


1 


7 



*Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 241; Professional - 
Total, 106; Advanced, 5; Standard, 101; Provisional - Total, 108; Degree, 75; Nondegree, 33; Other, 27. 



TABLE 

101 

New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


To ca 1 
New Teachers 
.•^nd 
Principals 


Total High (7-12) 


Prof ess ional 




Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


\' u n 1 b c r 


Percent 


Total State- 


2,914 


1,768 


63.7 


76 


1 ,692 


1,011 


36. 3 


884 


127 


135 


All egany 


61 


40 


65.6 


1 


39 


21 


34.4 


18 


3 




Anne Arundel 


297 


202 


69.7 


11 


191 


88 


30.3 


82 


6 


7 


Baltimore City 


541 


269 


49.7 


50 


219 


272 


50.3 


216 


56 




Baltimore 


490 


380 


77.6 


2 


378 


110 


22.4 


90 


20 


- 


Calvert 


35 


20 


58.8 


- 


20 


14 


41.2 


12 


2 


1 


Caroline 


25 


17 


68.0 


1 


16 


8 


32.0 


8 






Carroll 


45 


29 


65.9 


2 


27 


15 


34.1 


14 


1 


1 


Cecil 


51 


32 


62.7 


- 


32 


19 


37.3 


10 


9 




Charles 


48 


26 


56.5 


2 


24 


20 


43.5 


17 


3 


2 


Dorchester 


20 


8 


44 .4 




8 


10 


55 . 6 


9 


1 


2 


Frederick 


55 


35 


66.0 




J J 


18 


34.0 


15 


3 


Z 


Garrett 


20 


16 


80.0 


2 


14 


4 


20.0 


4 






Harford 


100 


69 


74.2 




69 


24 


25.8 


23 


1 


7 


Howard 


64 


38 


59.4 


2 


36 


26 


40.6 


19 


7 




Kent 


16 


10 


62.5 


1 


9 


6 


37.5 


6 






Montgomery 


480 


295 


68.3 


12 


283 


137 


31.7 


131 


6 


48 


Prince George's 


513 


247 


56.7 


5 


242 


189 


43.3 


185 


4 


77 


Queen Anne's 


22 


14 


63.6 




14 


8 


36.4 


7 


1 




St. Mary's 


50 


32 


64.0 




32 


18 


36.0 


16 


2 




Somerset 


15 


11 


73.3 




11 


4 


26.7 


4 






Talbot 


19 


13 


68.4 




13 


6 


31.6 


6 






Washington 


68 


41 


65.1 




41 


22 


34.9 


17 


5 


5 


Wicomico 


61 


36 


61.0 


1 


35 


23 


39.0 


22 


1 


2 


Worcester 


32 


10 


40.0 




10 


15 


60.0 


14 


1 


7 



*Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 214; Professional - 
Total, 122; Advanced, 16; Standard, 106; Provisional - Total, 66; Degree, 61; Nondegree, 5; Other, 26. 



TABLE 

102 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Years of Experience: 

Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 




1 


2 


3-4 


J— 


9 




10-19 


20 and over 


Total 


Number 


Percent 


Ml im Htfi r 

ii UtU L/C 1 


Percent 


Ml im T" 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


\i im K ^ T" 


Percent 


Mil m iz> V 
li Ulll Uc L 


^ ^ ** A t~i ^ 


Total State 


32,877 




3,724 


11 


.3 


3,161 


9 


6 


4,670 


14 


2 


7, 140 


21 


7 


7,945 


24 


2 


6,237 


19.0 


Allegany 


717 




45 


6 


.3 


37 


5 


1 


70 


9 


.8 


132 


18 


.4 


182 


25 


4 


251 


35.0 


Anne Arundel 


2,543 




396 


15 


.6 


324 


12 


7 


415 


16 


.3 


536 


21 


.1 


502 


19 


8 


370 


1 4 S 


Baltimore City 


7,308 




737 


10 


.1 


574 


7 


9 


854 


11 


.7 


1,484 


20 


.3 


1,895 


25 


9 


1,764 


24.1 


Baltimore 


5, 187 




622 


12 





529 


10 


2 


929 


17 


.9 


1 , 268 


24 


.4 


1,156 


22 


3 


683 


13.2 


Calvert 


226 




36 


15 


.9 


30 


13 


3 


26 


11 


.5 


51 


22 


.6 


48 


21 


2 


35 


15.5 


Caroline 


231 




14 


6 


. 1 


19 


8 


2 


31 


13 


.4 


44 


19 


.0 


66 


28 


6 


57 


24.7 


Carroll 


579 




66 


11 


.4 


55 


9 


5 


79 


13 


.7 


127 


21 


.9 


120 


20 


7 


132 


22 . 8 


Cecil 


478 




77 


16 


.1 


40 


8 


4 


60 


12 


.5 


84 


17 


.6 


94 


19 


7 


123 


25.7 


Charles 


424 




53 


12 


.5 


44 


10 


4 


42 


9 


.9 


77 


18 


.2 


115 


27 


1 


93 


21.9 


Dorchester 


277 




15 


5 


.4 


11 


4 





42 


15 


.2 


49 


17 


.7 


58 


20 


9 


102 


36.8 


Frederick 


779 




57 


7 


.3 


r/ 

54 


6 


9 


luz 


13 


.1 


188 


24 


.2 


1 a/. 


24 


9 


1 QA 


^ J . 


Garrett 


216 




15 


6 


.9 


7 


3 


2 


22 


10 


.2 


36 


16 


.7 


49 


22 


7 


87 


40.3 


Harford 


1,010 




182 


18 


.0 


103 


10 


2 


139 


13 


.8 


204 


20 


.2 


227 


22 


5 


155 


15.3 


Howard 


494 




67 


13 


.6 


54 


10 


9 


75 


15 


.2 


115 


23 


.3 


97 


19 


6 


86 


17.4 


Kent 


174 




13 


7 


.5 


18 


10 


3 


32 


18 


.4 


41 


23 


.6 


35 


20 


1 


35 


20.1 


Montgomery 


4,695 




456 


9 


.7 


398 


8 


5 


551 


11 


.7 


1,031 


22 


.0 


1,500 


31 


9 


759 


16.2 


Prince George's 


4,882 




625 


12 


.8 


633 


13 





871 


17 


.8 


1,152 


23 


.6 


988 


20 


2 


613 


12.6 


Queen Anne's 


195 




34 


17 


.4 


21 


10 


8 


26 


13 


.4 


34 


17 


.4 


32 


16 


4 


48 


24.6 


St. Mary's 


358 




53 


14 


.8 


44 


12 


3 


82 


22 


.9 


66 


18 


.4 


65 


18 


2 


48 


13.4 


Somerset 


200 




10 


5 


.0 


13 


6 


5 


24 


12 


.0 


42 


21 


.0 


52 


26 





59 


29.5 


Talbot 


198 




18 


9 


.1 


19 


9 


6 


16 


8 


.1 


35 


17 


.7 


47 


23 


7 


63 


31.8 


Washington 


909 




65 


7 


.2 


55 


6 





81 


8 


.9 


164 


18 


.0 


225 


24 


8 


319 


35.1 


Wicomico 


533 




41 


7 


.7 


63 


11 


8 


76 


14 


.3 


114 


21 


.4 


133 


24 


9 


106 


19.9 


Worcester 


264 




27 


10 


.2 


16 


6 


1 


25 


9 


.5 


66 


25 


.0 


65 


24 


6 


65 


24.6 



TABLE 

103 

All Elementary School Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Years of Experience: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 


1 


2 


3_ 


4 






9 




10- 


19 




and over 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Numbe r 


Pe iTc 6nC 


Total State 


16,852 


1,933 


11 


5 


1 ,628 


9 


7 


2,323 


13 


8 


3,411 


20 


2 


3,886 


23 





3,671 


21.8 


Al legany 


310 


17 


5 


5 


16 


5 


2 


25 


8 





41 


13 


2 


79 


25 


5 


132 


42.6 


Anne Arundel 


1,420 


216 


15 


2 


166 


11 


7 


228 


16 


1 


288 


20 


3 


296 


20 


8 


226 


1 S Q 


Baltimore City 


3,766 


395 


10 


5 


306 


8 


1 


429 


11 


4 


781 


20 


7 


921 


24 


5 


934 


24.8 


Baltimore 


2,616 


300 


11 


5 


263 


10 


1 


461 


17 


6 


583 


22 


3 


571 


21 


8 


438 


16.7 


Calvert 


120 


16 


13 


3 


14 


11 


7 


10 


8 


3 


31 


25 


9 


25 


20 


8 


24 


20.0 


Caroline 


105 


5 


4 


8 


10 


9 


5 


10 


9 


5 


17 


16 


2 


30 


28 


6 


33 


31.4 


Carroll 


297 




11 


8 


30 


10 


1 


30 


10 


1 


55 


18 


5 


69 


23 


2 


78 




Cecil 


258 


40 


15 


5 


24 


9 


3 


27 


10 


5 


40 


15 


5 


45 


17 


4 


82 


31.8 


Charles 


226 


29 


12 


8 


21 


9 


3 


21 


9 


3 


37 


16 


4 


56 


24 


8 


62 


27.4 


Dorchester 


136 


4 


2 


9 


3 


2 


2 


22 


16 


2 


19 


14 





26 


19 


1 


62 


45.6 


Frederick 


389 


29 


7 


5 


35 


9 





50 


12 


8 


88 


22 


6 


82 


21 


1 


105 


27 .0 


Garrett 


106 


5 


4 


7 


2 


1 


9 


12 


11 


3 


11 


10 


4 


21 


19 


8 


55 


51.9 


Harford 


563 


119 


21 


2 


52 


9 


2 


68 


12 


1 


102 


18 


1 


115 


20 


4 


107 


19.0 


Howard 


249 


28 


11 


2 


33 


13 


2 


35 


14 


1 


47 


18 


9 


54 


21 


7 


52 


20.9 


Kent 


88 


8 


9 


1 


8 


9 


1 


12 


13 


6 


23 


26 


2 


17 


19 


3 


20 


22.7 


Montgomery 


2,315 


213 


9 


2 


192 


8 


3 


251 


10 


8 


477 


20 


6 


713 


30 


8 


469 


20.3 


Prince George's 


2,592 


371 


14 


3 


358 


13 


8 


476 


18 


4 


551 


21 


3 


464 


17 


9 


372 


14.3 


Queen Anne ' s 


95 


14 


14 


7 


11 


11 


6 


10 


10 


5 


15 


15 


8 


14 


14 


7 


31 


n.7 


St. Mary's 


173 


25 


14 


5 


17 


9 


8 


38 


22 





29 


16 


8 


30 


17 


3 


34 


19.6 


Somerset 


97 


2 


2 


1 


6 


6 


2 


18 


18 


5 


22 


22 


7 


20 


20 


6 


29 


29.9 


Talbot 


106 


5 


4 


7 


8 


7 


5 


9 


8 


5 


18 


17 





27 


25 


5 


39 


36.8 


Washington 


433 


34 


7 


8 


20 


4 


6 


34 


7 


8 


54 


12 


5 


100 


23 


1 


191 


44.2 


Wicomico 


263 


12 


4 


6 


26 


9 


9 


34 


12 


9 


52 


19 


8 


79 


30 





60 


22.8 


Worcester 


129 


11 


8 


5 


7 


5 


4 


13 


10 


1 


30 


23 


3 


32 


24 


8 


36 


27.9 



TABLE 

104 

All High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Years of Experience: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 


1 




2 




3- 






5-9 


10-19 


20 and 


over 




Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


16,025 


1,791 


11 


2 


1,533 


9 


6 


2,347 


14 


6 


3,729 


23 


3 


4,059 


25 


3 


2,566 


16 





Al legany 


407 


28 


6 


9 


21 


5 


2 


45 


11 


1 


91 


22 


3 


103 


25 


3 


119 


29 


2 


Anne Arundel 


1,123 


180 


16 





158 


14 


1 


187 


16 


7 


248 


22 


1 


206 


18 


3 


144 


12 


.8 


Baltimore City 


3,542 


342 


9 


7 


268 


7 


6 


425 


12 





703 


19 


8 


974 


27 


5 


830 


23 


.4 


Baltimore 


2,571 


322 


12 


5 


266 


10 


4 


468 


18 


2 


685 


26 


6 


585 


22 


8 


245 


9 


.5 


Calvert 


106 


20 


18 


9 


16 


15 


1 


16 


15 


1 


20 


18 


9 


23 


21 


7 


U 


10 


.3 


Carol ine 


126 


9 


7 


1 


9 


7 


1 


21 


16 


7 


27 


21 


4 


36 


28 


6 


24 


19 


.1 


Carroll 


282 


J L 


11 





25 


8 


9 


49 


17 


4 


72 


25 


5 


51 


18 


1 


54 


19 


. 1 


Cecil 


220 


37 


16 


8 


16 


7 


3 


33 


15 





44 


20 





49 


22 


3 


41 


18 


.6 


Charles 


198 


24 


12 


1 


23 


11 


6 


21 


10 


6 


40 


20 


2 


59 


29 


8 


31 


15 


. 7 


Dorchester 


141 


11 


7 


8 


8 


5 


7 


20 


14 


2 


30 


21 


3 


32 


22 


7 


40 


28 


.3 


Frederick 


390 


28 


7 


2 


19 


4 


9 


52 


13 


3 


100 


25 


6 


112 


28 


7 


79 


20 


.3 


Garrett 


110 


10 


9 


1 


5 


4 


5 


10 


9 


1 


25 


22 


7 


28 


25 


5 


32 


29 


.1 


Harford 


447 


63 


14 


1 


51 


11 


4 


71 


15 


9 


102 


22 


8 


112 


25 


1 


48 


10 


.7 


Howard 


245 


39 


15 


9 


21 


8 


6 


40 


16 


3 


68 


27 


8 


43 


17 


5 


34 


13 


.9 


Kent 


86 


5 


5 


8 


10 


11 


6 


20 


23 


3 


18 


20 


9 


18 


20 


9 


15 


17 


.5 


Montgomery 


2,380 


243 


10 


2 


206 


8 


6 


300 


12 


6 


554 


23 


3 


787 


33 


1 


290 


12 


.2 


Prince George's 


2,290 


254 


11 


1 


275 


12 





395 


17 


3 


601 


26 


2 


524 


22 


9 


241 


10 


.5 


Queen Anne's 


100 


20 


20 





10 


10 





16 


16 





19 


19 





18 


18 





17 


17 


.0 


St. Mary's 


185 


28 


15 


1 


27 


14 


6 


44 


23 


8 


37 


20 





35 


18 


9 


14 


7 


.6 


Somerset 


103 


8 


7 


8 


7 


6 


8 


6 


5 


8 


20 


19 


4 


32 


31 


1 


30 


29 


.1 


Talbot 


92 


13 


14 


1 


11 


12 





7 


7 


6 


17 


18 


5 


20 


21 


7 


24 


26 


.1 


Washington 


476 


31 


6 


5 


35 


7 


3 


47 


9 


9 


110 


23 


1 


125 


26 


3 


128 


26 


.9 


Wicomico 


270 


29 


10 


7 


37 


13 


7 


42 


15 


6 


62 


23 





54 


20 





46 


17 


.0 


Worcester 


US 


16 


11 


8 


9 


6 


7 


11 


8 


9 


36 


26 


7 


33 


24 


4 


29 


21 


.5 



TABLE 

105 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Years of Experience: 

Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 


1 


2 








5- 


3 




10-19 


20 and over 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Numbe r 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State- 


6,396 


3 , 838 


60 





574 


9 





744 


11 


6 


769 


12 





382 


6 





89 


1 .4 


Allegany 


100 


46 


46 





12 


12 





15 


15 





17 


17 





7 


7 





3 


3.0 


Anne Arundel 


696 


412 


59 


2 


62 


8 


9 


88 


12 


7 


76 


10 


9 


49 


7 





9 


1.3 


Baltimore City 


1,195 


763 


63 


9 


102 


8 


5 


115 


9 


6 


124 


10 


4 


71 


5 


9 


20 


1.7 




1 000 


638 


63 


8 


97 


9 


7 


108 


10 


8 


109 


10 


9 


38 


3 


8 


10 


1 .0 


Calvert 


62 


36 


58 


1 


7 


11 


3 


2 


3 


2 


12 


19 


4 


3 


4 


8 


2 


3.2 


Caroline 


43 


15 


34 


9 


3 


6 


9 


7 


16 


3 


7 


16 


3 


7 


16 


3 


4 


9 . 3 


Carroll 


101 


65 


64 


3 


8 


7 


9- 


9 


8 


9 


13 


12 


9 


4 


4 





2 


2.0 


Cecil 


118 


74 


62 


7 


15 


12 


7 


10 


8 


5 


9 


7 


6 


8 


6 


8 


2 


1.7 


PVi a 1 AC 
L> llcl r 1 c o 




51 


48 


1 


9 


8 


5 


1 


12 


3 




19 


8 


9 


8 


5 


3 


2.8 


Dorchester 


33 


15 


45 


5 


3 


9 


1 


7 


21 


2 


4 


12 


1 


3 


9 


1 


1 


3.0 


Frederick 


121 


58 


47 


9 


15 


12 


4 


14 


11 


6 


22 


18 


2 


10 


8 


3 


2 


1.6 


Garrett 


32 


14 


43 


7 


2 


6 


3 


7 


21 


9 


7 


21 


9 


1 


3 


1 


1 


3.1 


Harford 


o Q n 


189 


65 


4 


26 


9 





2 / 


9 


3 


32 


11 


1 


13 


4 


5 


2 


0.7 


Howard 


115 


67 


58 


3 


7 


6 


1 


8 


6 


9 


20 


17 


4 


10 


8 


7 


3 


2.6 


Kent 


29 


14 


48 


3 


4 


13 


8 


4 


13 


8 


4 


13 


8 


2 


6 


9 


1 


3.4 


Montgomery 


991 


473 


47 


7 


93 


9 


4 


149 


15 





164 


16 


6 


99 


10 





13 


1.3 


Prince George's 


1,321 


681 


51 


5 


161 


12 


2 


206 


15 


6 


186 


14 


1 


71 


5 


4 


16 


1.2 


Queen Anne's 


42 


36 


85 


6 


2 


4 


8 


2 


4 


8 


2 


4 


8 












St. Mary's 


100 


54 


54 





9 


9 





19 


19 





14 


14 





4 


4 









Somerset 


26 


9 


34 


6 


4 


15 


4 


3 


11 


5 


5 


19 


2 


4 


15 


4 


1 


3.9 


Talbot 


35 


19 


54 


3 


4 


11 


4 


1 


2 


9 


5 


14 


3 


4 


11 


4 


2 


5.7 


Washington 


137 


66 


48 


2 


13 


9 


5 


17 


12 


4 


22 


16 





13 


9 


5 


6 


4.4 


Wicomico 


97 


38 


39 


2 


19 


19 


6 


14 


14 


4 


16 


16 


5 


8 


8 


2 


2 


2.1 


Worcester 


62 


27 


43 


6 


4 


6 


5 


11 


17 


7 


11 


17 


7 


8 


12 


9 


1 


1.6 



*Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 455; 1 yr., 22; 2 yrs. , 
107; 3-4 yrs., 112; 5-9 yrs., 133; 10-19 yrs., 64; 20 and over, 17. 



TABLE 

106 

New Elementary School Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Years of Experience: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 


1 1 


2 


3-4 


J — 




1 u — 


1 Q 


z V ana 


over 


1 Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State* 


3,482 


2 , 004 


57 . 6 


336 


9.6 


432 


12.4 


440 


12.6 


216 


6.2 


54 


1.6 


Allegany 


39 


17 


43.6 


5 


12.8 


6 


15.4 


7 


17.9 


3 


7.7 


1 


2.6 


Anne Arundel 


399 


222 


55.6 


39 


9.8 


52 


13.0 


50 


12.5 


29 


7.3 


7 


1.8 


Baltimore City 


654 


404 


61.8 


60 


9.2 


69 


10.5 


72 


11.0 


37 


5.7 


12 


1.8 


Da X L Luior c 


sin 


305 


59 . 8 


52 


10 . 2 


63 


12.4 


D J 


19 7 


9 "X 


L S 


9 




Calvert 


27 


16 


59 . 3 


2 


7.4 


2 


7 .4 


4 


14.8 


2 


7.4 


1 


3.7 


Caroline 


18 


5 


27 . 8 


3 


16 . 7 






2 


11.1 


4 


22.2 


4 


22.2 


Carroll 


56 


35 


62.5 


7 


12.5 


4 


7.1 


5 


8.9 


3 


5.4 


2 


3.6 


Cecil 


67 


37 


55.2 


13 


19.4 


6 


8.9 


5 


7.5 


4 


6.0 


2 


3.0 


fa 1* 1 AC 

\^ nar 1 c b 


JO 


29 


50.0 


7 


12 . 1 


3 


5.2 


1 9 


9n 7 


J 


ft ^ 



£. 


1 L 
J . 


Dorchester 


13 


4 


30 . 7 


1 


7 . 7 


2 


15.4 


2 


15.4 


3 


23.1 


1 


7.7 


Frederick 


66 


30 


45.5 


10 


15.1 


8 


12.1 


11 


16.7 


6 


9.1 


1 


1.5 


Garrett 


12 


5 


41.7 


1 


8.3 


2 


16.7 


3 


25.0 






1 


8.3 


nar lora 


1 AO 


124 


65.6 


19 


10.1 


14 


7.4 




11 f\ 


Q 
O 


A 9 


9 


1 1 
1.1 


Howard 


51 


28 


55.0 


4 


7.8 


4 


7.8 


8 


15.7 


4 


7.8 


3 


5.9 


Kent 


13 


9 


69.2 






2 


15.4 


2 


15.4 










Montgomery 


511 


222 


43.4 


46 


9.0 


92 


18.0 


90 


17.6 


54 


10.6 


7 


1.4 


Prince George's 


808 


415 


51.4 


103 


12.8 


128 


15.8 


113 


14.0 


39 


4.8 


10 


1.2 


Queen Anne's 


20 


16 


80.0 


2 


10.0 


1 


5.0 


1 


5.0 










St. Mary's 


50 


27 


54.0 


4 


8.0 


11 


22.0 


6 


12.0 


2 


4.0 






Somerset 


11 


2 


18.2 


2 


18.2 


2 


18.2 


3 


n .1 


2 


18.2 






Talbot 


16 


5 


31.2 


2 


12.5 


1 


6.3 


4 


25.0 


3 


18.7 


1 


6.3 


Washington 


69 


33 


47.8 


7 


10.2 


8 


11.6 


11 


15.9 


6 


8.7 


4 


5.8 


Wicomico 


36 


11 


30.6 


9 


25.0 


7 


19.4 


3 


8.3 


6 


16.7 






Worcester 


30 


11 


36.7 


1 


3.3 


5 


16.7 


6 


20.0 


6 


20.0 


1 


3.3 



*Transfers between units are included in Individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 241; 1 yr. , 8; 2 yrs . , 
63; 3-4 yrs., 60; 5-9 yrs., 67; 10-19 yrs., 33; 20 and over, 10. 



TABLE 

107 

New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Years of Experience: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 


1 


2 


3- 


4 




5- 






10-19 


20 and over 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State* 


2,914 


1,834 




Q 


238 


Q 


L 


312 


1 n 
iu 


7 


329 


1 1 
i i 




166 


c 

J 


7 


35 


1.2 


Allegany 


61 


29 


47 


5 


7 


11 


5 


9 


14 


7 


10 


16 


4 


4 


6 


6 


2 


3.3 


Anne Arundel 


297 


190 


64 





23 


7 


7 


36 


12 


1 


26 


8 


8 


20 


6 


7 


2 


0.7 


Baltimore City 


541 


359 


V u 


•J 


42 


7 


Q 
O 


46 


Q 
O 


s 


52 





D 


34 


O 


J 


8 


1.5 


Baltimore 


490 


333 


D / 


Q 


45 


q 





45 


Q 


L 


44 


Q 


\j 


15 


"3 
J 


1 
1 


8 


1.6 


Calvert 


35 


20 


c 7 


1 


5 












8 


9 9 


Q 
O 


1 


Z 


Q 


1 


2.9 


Caroline 


25 


10 


40 





_ 




_ 


7 


28 





5 


20 





3 


12 





_ 


_ 


Carroll 


45 


30 


66 


7 


1 


2 


2 


5 


11 


1 


8 


17 


8 


1 


2 


2 


- 


- 


Cecil 


51 


37 




C 

D 


2 


J 


Q 


4 


7 


Q 


4 


7 


Q 


4 


7 








Charles 


48 


22 




O 
O 


2 


A 


9 


10 




o 
o 


9 


1 ft 
1 


Q 
O 


4 


Q 
O 




1 


2.1 


Dorchester 


20 


11 




A 
U 


2 




n 
u 


5 




r\ 
U 


2 


1 n 

iU 


n 
u 












Frederick 


55 


28 


50 


9 


5 


9 


1 


6 


10 


9 


11 


20 





4 


7 


3 


1 


1.8 


Garrett 


20 


9 


45 





1 


5 





5 


25 





4 


20 





1 


5 









Harford 


100 


65 


65 





7 


7 





13 


13 





10 


10 





5 


5 









Howard 


64 


39 


60 


9 


3 


4 


7 


4 


6 


3 


12 


18 


7 


6 


9 


4 






Kent 


16 


5 


31 


3 


4 


25 





2 


12 


5 


2 


12 


5 


2 


12 


5 


1 


6.2 


Montgomery 


480 


251 


52 


3 


47 


9 


8 


57 


11 


9 


74 


15 


4 


45 


9 


4 


6 


1.2 


Prince George's 


513 


266 


51 


9 


58 


11 


3 


78 


15 


2 


73 


14 


2 


32 


6 


2 


6 


1.2 


Queen Anne's 


22 


20 


90 


8 








1 


4 


6 


1 


4 


6 












St. Mary's 


50 


27 


54 





5 


10 





8 


16 





8 


16 





2 


4 









Somerset 


15 


7 


46 


7 


2 


13 


3 


1 


6 


7 


2 


13 


3 


2 


13 


3 


1 


6.7 


Talbot 


19 


14 


73 


7 


2 


10 


4 








1 


5 


3 


1 


5 


3 


1 


5.3 


Washington 


68 


33 


48 


5 


6 


8 


8 


9 


13 


2 


11 


16 


2 


7 


10 


3 


2 


3.0 


Wicomico 


61 


27 


44 


2 


10 


16 


4 


7 


11 


5 


13 


21 


3 


2 


3 


3 


2 


3.3 


Worcester 


32 


16 


50 





3 


9 


4 


6 


18 


7 


5 


15 


6 


2 


6 


3 







*Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 214; 1 yr., 14; 2 yrs., 
44; 3-4 yrs., 52; 5-9 yrs., 66; 10-19 yrs., 31; 20 and over, 7. 



TABLE 

108 



Withdrawals: Teachers and Principals by Organization: Maryland Public Schools: School Year 1964-65 and Summer 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary (1-6) 


High (7-12) 


Number 


Percent 


Numbe r 


Percent 


Numbe r 


Percent 


Total State- 


4,435 






13 


. 5 


2,419 


14. 


3 


2,016 


12.6 


Allegany 


68 






9 


.5 


40 


12. 


9 


28 


6.9 


Anne Arundel 


458 






18 


.0 


^ J J 


17 . 


8 




10 1 

10 . J 


Baltimore City 


840 






11 


. 5 


480 


12 . 


7 


360 


10.2 


Baltimore 


710 • 






13 


. 7 


361 


13. 


g 


349 


13.6 


Calvert 


56 






24 


.8 


23 


19. 


2 


33 


31.1 


Caroline 


34 






14 


.7 


15 


14. 


3 


19 


15.1 


Carroll 


lit. 






12 


.8 




10. 


4 


'* 3 


1 J . Z 


Cecil 


86 






18 


.0 


50 


19. 


4 


36 


16.4 


Charles 


71 






16 


_ 7 


34 







37 


18.7 


Dorchester 


26 






9 


.4 


9 


6. 


6 


17 


12.1 


Frederick 


94 






12 


. 1 


58 


14. 


9 


36 


9.2 


Garrett 


12 






5 


.5 


6 


5. 


7 


6 


5.5 


Harford 


147 






14 


.5 


95 


16. 


9 


52 


11.6 


Howard 


93 






18 


.8 


51 


20. 


5 


42 


17.1 


Kent 


25 






14 


.4 


8 


9, 


1 


17 


19.8 


Montgomery 


683 






14 


.5 


358 


15. 


5 


325 


13.7 


Prince George's 


801 






16 


.4 


458 


17. 


7 


343 


15.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


33 






16 


.9 


17 


17. 


9 


16 


16.0 


St. Mary's 


73 






20 


.4 


40 


23. 


1 


33 


17.8 


Somerset 


23 






11 


.5 


9 


9. 


3 


14 


13.6 


Talbot 


20 






10 


. 1 


6 


5. 


7 


14 


15.2 


Washington 


88 






9 


.7 


50 


11 . 


5 


38 


8.0 


Wicomico 


74 






13 


.9 


33 


12. 


5 


41 


15.2 


Worcester 


53 






20 


. 1 


26 


20. 


1 


27 


20.0 



'■Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 207; elementary, 92; 
high, 115. 



TABLE 

109 

Table 109 

Withdrawals: Teachers and Principals (1-12): Maryland Public Schools: School Year 1964-65 and Summer 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 


School Year 1964-65 


Summer 1965 


Number 


Pe r c en t 


Number 


Percent 


Nunibc r 


Percent 




4,435 


13.5 


1,093 


3.3 


3,342 


10.2 




68 


9.5 


14 


2.0 


54 


7.5 




f JO 




yO 


J . o 




1 A 9 


Baltimore City 


840 


11.5 


310 


4.2 


530 


7.3 


Bal t imore 


710 


13.7 


134 


2.6 


576 


11.1 


Calvert 


56 


24.8 


4 


1.8 


52 


23.0 


P^rol 1 np 


34 


14.7 


7 


3.0 


27 


11.7 


farrol 1 

a la L \J 


7/i 


1 Z . o 


7 


1 9 


0/ 


i I . O 


Cecil 


86 


18.0 


17 


3.6 


69 


14.4 


Charles 


71 


16.7 


15 


3.5 


56 


13.2 


U\J L dies L.CL 


26 


9.4 


2 


0.7 


24 


8.7 


r L CUCL i.L>(^ 


94 


12.1 


14 


1.8 


80 


10.3 


Garrett 


12 


5.5 


3 


1.4 


9 


4.1 


Harford 


147 


14.5 


33 


3.2 


114 


11.3 


Howard 


93 


18.8 


13 


2.6 


80 


16.2 


Kent 


25 


14.4 


1 


0.6 


24 


13.8 


Montgomery 


683 


14.5 


165 


3.5 


518 


11.0 


Prince George ' s 


801 


16.4 


198 


4.1 


603 


12.3 


Queen Anne ' s 


33 


16.9 


1 


0.5 


32 


16.4 


St. Mary's 


73 


20.4 


11 


3.1 


62 


17.3 


Somerset 


23 


11.5 


1 


0.5 


22 


11.0 


Talbot 


20 


10.1 


1 


0.5 


19 


9.6 


Washington 


88 


9.7 


23 


2.5 


65 


7.2 


Wicomico 


74 


13.9 


22 


4.1 


52 


9.8 


Worcester 


53 


20.1 


4 


1.5 


49 


18.6 



■■■'Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 207; school year, 5; 
summer, 202. 



TABLE 

110 



Causes of Withdrawal of Teachers and Principals (1-12) from Maryland Public Schools: School Year 1964-65 and Sumner 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 


Death 


Retirement 


Dropped 


Teaching 
Elsewhere 


Work Other Than 
Teaching 


Military Service 


Resigned 


Leave of Absence 


In Another Maryland 
Local Unit 


In Another State 
or Country 


In Nonpublic Schools 
or in Supervisory 
Position 


To Study 


Moved Away 


Married 


Maternity 


Home Responsibility 


Personal Illness 


Dissatisfied with 
Teaching 


Other Reason or 
Cause Unknown 


For Study 


For Maternity 


For Illness or 
Other Reason 


Total State 


*4,435 


37 


311 


222 


207 


253 


78 


269 


13 


266 


927 


123 


499 


302 


139 


77 


321 


186 


332 


80 


Al legany 


68 


1 


21 


4 


5 


6 




1 




1 


11 




3 


3 






1 




10 


1 


Anne Arundel 


458 


4 


13 


23 


35 


46 


7 


30 


1 


48 


66 


33 


54 


33 


13 


11 


21 


5 


11 


4 


Baltimore City 


840 


12 


122 


48 


13 


13 


4 


52 


2 


45 


114 


10 


47 


50 


28 


16 


61 


46 


128 


29 


Baltimore 


710 


4 


28 


28 


23 


26 


23 


60 


1 


34 


157 


14 


67 


55 


12 


22 


50 


39 


59 


8 


Pal \rar-t- 


56 


1 




3 


23 


5 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 




7 




3 


2 


Caroline 


34 




2 


3 




3 






1 




6 




2 


2 


1 


6 


3 


3 


1 


1 


Carroll 


74 


1 


6 


8 


6 


2 




2 




1 


10 


1 


11 


11 


2 


2 


2 


4 


2 


3 


Cecil 


86 


2 


7 




3 


17 


1 


12 




3 


14 


4 


7 


5 


3 




5 




2 


1 


Charles 


71 


1 


2 


9 


12 


7 


1 


2 




1 


11 


1 


10 


2 


3 




2 


4 


3 




Dorchester 


26 




5 




6 


1 










8 






2 


1 




2 


1 






Frederick 


94 




5 


1 


8 


7 


3 


5 




7 


14 


4 


12 


9 


3 


1 


1 


5 


3 


6 


Garrett 


12 


3 
















1 


4 


1 










1 




1 


1 


Harford 


147 




7 


8 


4 


25 


3 


5 


1 


3 


33 


13 


18 


4 


5 


4 


3 


3 


5 


3 


Howard 


93 


1 


2 


6 


9 


3 


1 


5 




8 


35 


1 


13 


7 


1 


1 










Kent 


25 




4 




4 






5 






6 


1 




2 


2 




1 








Montgomery 


683 


2 


33 


37 


9 


30 


15 


36 


1 


37 


169 


12 


104 


35 


27 


3 


48 


48 


27 


10 


Prince George's 


801 


3 


21 


25 


8 


24 


10 


43 


5 


58 


204 


17 


124 


63 


27 


8 


81 


19 


56 


5 


Queen Anne's 


33 




5 


1 


6 


4 








1 


8 


1 


1 


3 




1 




2 






St. Mary's 


73 




1 




2 


10 


1 






2 


32 




6 


4 


3 






2 


8 


2 


Somerset 


23 


1 


1 


1 


3 


3 


1 


1 




2 


3 


2 


3 


2 














Talbot 


20 




4 


3 


3 


3 


3 






1 




1 












2 






Washington 


88 


1 


12 


4 


5 


11 


1 


4 




6 


14 


1 


7 


3 


2 


1 


3 


3 


7 


3 


Wicomico 


74 




5 


4 


9 


4 


2 


3 




4 


5 


3 


7 


3 


4 


1 


18 




1 


1 


Worcester 


53 




5 


6 


11 


3 


1 


2 




2 


1 




2 


3 


1 




11 




5 





*Tran8fers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total. 



TABLE 

111 



Causes of Withdrawal of Teachers and Principals from Maryland Public Elementary Schools (1-6): School Year 196A-65 and Summer 1965 



Local Unit 


Total 


Death 


Retirement 


Dropped 


Teaching 
Elsewhere 


Work Other Than 
Teaching 


Military Service 


Resigned 


Leave of Absence 


In Another Maryland 
Local Unit 


In Another State 
or Country 


In Nonpublic Schools 
or in Supervisory 
Posit ion 


To Study 


Moved Away 


Married 


Maternity 


Home Responsibility 


Personal Illness 


Dissatisfied with 
Teaching 


Other Reason or 
Cause Unknown 


For Study 


For Maternity 


For Illness or 
Other Reason 


Tnt" 1 S f ;i f p 


*2,419 


20 


191 


109 


92 


92 


29 


85 


2 


117 


555 


71 


347 


208 


89 


22 


143 


74 


219 


46 


Allegany 


40 




13 


2 


4 


1 








1 


5 




2 


2 






1 




8 


1 


Anne Arundel 


253 


1 


8 


17 


19 


16 


3 


7 




24 


49 


17 


35 


24 


9 


6 


8 


2 


5 


3 


Baltimore City 


480 


7 


63 


17 


6 


4 


1 


20 




29 


76 


6 


38 


40 


20 


4 


30 


23 


84 


12 


Bal t imore 


361 


2 


20 


14 


7 


6 


3 


27 




14 


88 


5 


47 


40 


10 




21 


10 


42 


5 


Calvert 


23 


1 






10 


1 










1 


3 


1 


1 






2 




2 


1 


Carol Ine 


15 




2 






1 






1 




2 




2 


1 


1 


2 


1 




1 


1 


Carroll 


31 




3 


4 


3 












2 


1 


5 


7 


1 






2 


1 


2 


Cecil 


50 


1 


5 




1 


7 


1 


6 




2 


11 


1 


6 


3 


1 




3 




1 


1 


Charles 


34 




1 


6 


5 


1 










8 


1 


6 




2 






2 


2 




Dorchester 


9 




4 




2 












1 








1 




1 








Frederick 


58 




4 


1 


3 


1 


1 


2 




5 


12 


3 


10 


6 


2 


1 


1 


1 




5 


Garrett 


6 


3 


















1 












1 




1 




Harford 


95 




5 


4 


1 


12 


3 


1 




2 


22 


13 


15 


3 


3 


3 




2 


3 


3 


Howard 


51 


1 


2 


5 


6 


2 




1 




4 


15 


1 


7 


5 


1 


1 










Kent 


8 




3 




1 












2 






1 


1 












Montgomery 


358 


1 


22 


17 


4 


16 


6 


8 




12 


103 


8 


61 


24 


18 




15 


19 


19 


5 


Prince George's 


458 


2 


14 


17 


2 


9 


9 


11 


1 


21 


120 


10 


93 


41 


12 


4 


46 


10 


32 


4 


Queen Anne's 


17 




5 




3 


3 








1 


2 




1 


1 




1 










St. Mary's 


40 




1 




2 


3 










17 




4 


1 


2 






2 


7 


1 


Somerset 


9 








1 






1 






1 


1 


3 


2 














Talbot 


6 




1 


1 


1 


2 












1 


















Washington 


50 


1 


8 


1 


1 


4 


1 








11 




7 


3 


2 




2 


1 


6 


2 


Wicomico 


33 




3 


3 


3 


1 


1 






1 


5 




3 


1 


2 




7 




1 




Worcester 


26 




4 




5 


2 




1 




1 


1 




1 


2 


1 




4 




4 





^Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total. 



TABLE 

112 



Causes of Withdrawal of Teachers and Principals from Maryland Public Secondary Schools (7-12): School Year 1964-65 and Summer 1965 



Local Unit 






Retirement 


Dropped 


Teaching 
Elsewhere 


Work Other Than 
Teaching 


Military Service 


Resigned 


Leave of Absence 


Total 


Death 


In Another Maryland 
Local Unit 


In Another State 
or Country 


In Nonpublic Schools 
or in Supervisory 
Position 


To Study 


Moved Away 


Married 


Maternity 


Home Responsibility 


Personal Illness 


Dissatisfied with 
Teaching 


Other Reason or 
Cause Unknown 


For Study 


For Maternity 


For Illness or 
Other Reason 


Total State 


*2,0I6 


17 


120 


113 


115 


161 


49 


184 


11 


149 


372 


52 


152 


94 


50 


55 


178 


112 


113 


34 


Allegany 


28 


1 


8 


2 


1 


5 




1 






6 




1 


1 










2 




Anne Arundel 


205 


3 


5 


6 


16 


30 


4 


23 


1 


24 


17 


16 


19 


9 


4 


5 


13 


3 


6 


1 


Baltimore City 


360 


5 


59 


31 


7 


9 


3 


32 


2 


16 


38 


4 


9 


10 


8 


12 


31 


23 


44 


17 


Baltimore 


349 


2 


8 


14 


16 


20 


20 


33 


1 


20 


69 


9 


20 


15 


2 


22 


29 


29 


17 


3 


Calvert 


33 






3 


13 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 








1 




5 




1 


1 


Caroline 


19 






3 




2 










4 






1 




4 


2 


3 






Carroll 


43 


1 


3 


4 


3 


2 




2 




1 


8 




6 


4 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


1 


Cecil 


36 


1 


2 




2 


10 




6 




1 


3 


3 


1 


2 


2 




2 




1 




L.uar 1 es 


37 


1 


1 


3 


7 


6 


1 


2 




1 


3 




4 


2 


1 




2 


2 


1 






17 


~ 


1 




4 


1 










7 






2 






1 


1 






Frederick 


36 




1 




5 


6 


2 


3 




2 


2 


1 


2 


3 


1 






4 


3 


1 


Garretr 


6 


















1 


3 


1 
















1 


Harford 


52 




2 


4 


3 


13 




4 


1 


1 


11 




3 


1 


2 


1 


3 


1 


2 




Howard 


42 






1 


3 


1 


1 


4 




4 


20 




6 


2 














Kent 


17 




1 




3 






5 






4 


1 




1 


1 




1 








Montgomery 


325 


1 


11 


20 


5 


14 


9 


28 


1 


25 


66 


4 


43 


11 


9 


3 


33 


29 


8 


5 


Prince George's 


343 


1 


7 


8 


6 


15 


1 


32 


4 


37 


84 


7 


31 


22 


15 


4 


35 


9 


24 


1 


Queen Anne' s 


16 






1 


3 


1 










6 


1 




2 








2 






St. Mary's 


33 










7 


1 






2 


15 




2 


3 


1 








1 


1 


Somerset 


14 


1 


1 


1 


2 


3 


1 






2 


2 


1 


















Talbot 


14 




3 


2 


2 


1 


3 






1 
















2 






Washington 


38 




4 


3 


4 


7 




4 




6 


3 


1 








1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


Wicomico 


41 




2 


1 


4 


3 


1 


3 




3 




3 


4 


2 


2 


1 


11 






1 


Worcester 






1 


6 


6 


1 


1 


1 




1 






1 


1 






7 




1 





^Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total. 



TABLE 

113 



New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Organization: Maryland Public Schools: September 1965 



Local Unit 


All Teachers and Principals 




New Teachers 


and Principals 




Total 


Elementary 


High 


Total 


Elementary (1-6) 


High 


(7-12) 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


32,877 


16,852 


16,025 


"'6 ,396 


1 Q S 


*3 ,482 


20 7 


*2,914 


18.2 


Allegany 


717 


310 


407 


100 


13.9 


39 


12.6 


61 


15.0 


Anne Arundel 


2,543 


1,420 


1,123 


696 


27 .4 


399 


28. 1 


297 


26.4 


Rflltimore Citv 


7,308 


3,766 


3,542 


1 , 195 


16 . 3 


654 


17 .4 


541 


15.3 


Baltimore 


5,187 


2,616 


2,571 


1 , 000 


19 . 3 


510 


19.5 


490 


19.1 


Calvert 


226 


120 


106 


62 


27 .4 


27 


22.5 


35 


33.0 


Caroline 


231 


105 


126 


43 


18.6 


18 


17.1 


25 


19.8 


Carroll 


579 


297 


282 


101 


17 .4 




18.9 


45 


15.9 


Cecil 


478 


258 


220 


118 


24 . 7 


67 


30.0 


51 


23.2 


Charles 


424 


226 


198 


106 


25 .0 


58 


25 . 7 


48 


24.2 


Dorchester 


277 


136 


141 


33 


11.9 


13 


9.5 


20 


14.2 


Frederick 


779 


389 


390 


121 


15.5 


66 


17.0 


55 


14. 1 


Garrett 


216 


106 


110 


32 


14.8 


12 


11.3 


20 




Harford 


1,010 


563 


447 


289 


28.6 


189 


33.6 


100 


22.4 


Howard 


494 


249 


245 


115 


23.3 


51 


20.5 


64 


26.1 


Kent 


174 


88 


86 


29 


16.7 


13 


14.8 


16 


18.6 


Montgomery 


4,695 


2,315 


2,380 


991 


21.1 


511 


22.1 


480 


20.2 


Prince George's 


4,882 


2,592 


2,290 


1,321 


27.1 


808 


31.2 


513 


22.4 


Queen Anne ' s 


195 


95 


100 


42 


21.5 


20 


21 .1 


22 


22.0 


St. Mary's 


358 


173 


185 


100 


27.9 


50 


28.9 


50 


27.0 


Somerset 


200 


97 


103 


26 


13.0 


11 


11.3 


15 


14.6 


Talbot 


198 


106 


92 


35 


17.7 


16 


15.1 


19 


20.7 


Washington 


909 


433 


476 


137 


15.1 


69 


15.9 


68 


14.3 


Wicomico 


533 


263 


270 


97 


18.2 


36 


13.7 


61 


22.6 


Worcester 


264 


129 


135 


62 


23.5 


30 


23.3 


32 


23.7 



♦Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals and percentages but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 455; 



elementary, 241; high, 214. 



TABLE 

114 



Source of Teachers and Principals (1-12) New to Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 















Source 


of Teachers 










Number 


Inexperienced 


Experienced 




New to 








Residents 














Local Unit 


Local 






Residents 


of 






Taught in 


Last 


Taught 




Unit 


Total 


of 


Other 


Total 


1964 


-65* 




ro 1964-6S 










M a 1 an/i 








T n 

1 n 


111 ■u'LllCl 


In 


Tn Ofhpr 






Number 


Percent 






Number 


Percent 


Maryland 


Areas 


a 1 a n H 




Total State 


''6,396 


3, 741 


54.6 


7 1 R7 




3 ,110 


45.4 


506 


1,104 


948 


552 


Allegany 


100 


45 


45 .0 


32 


13 


55 


55.0 


17 


16 


17 


5 


Anne Arundel 


696 


395 


56 . 8 


204 


191 


301 


43.2 


37 


85 


111 


68 


Daitimore city 


L , Lyj 


7 54 


63.1 


626 


128 


441 


36.9 


78 


76 


218 


69 


Bal timore 


1,000 


608 


60.8 


417 


191 


392 


39.2 


97 


125 


123 


47 


Calvert 


62 


J u 


S8 1 

JO . L 


17 


19 


26 


41 . 9 


3 


11 


4 


8 


Caroline 


43 


14 


32 .6 


8 


6 


29 


67 .4 


5 


11 


9 


4 


Carroll 


101 


63 


62.4 




1 


38 


37.6 


5 


6 


21 




Lec 1 i 


i i 


75 


63.6 


14 


61 


43 


36.4 


5 


17 


4 


17 


Charles 


106 


49 


46.2 


28 


21 


57 


53.8 


13 


21 


14 


9 


Dorchester 


33 


14 


42.4 


9 


5 


19 


57.6 


3 


5 


7 


4 


Frederick 


121 


58 


47 .9 


34 


24 


63 


52.1 


13 


25 


19 


6 


Garrett 


32 


14 


43.7 


11 


3 


18 


56.3 


4 


5 


9 




Harford 


289 


187 


64.7 


72 


115 


102 


35.3 


10 


43 


24 


25 


Howard 


115 


61 


53.0 


44 


17 


54 


47.0 


25 


12 


14 


3 


Kent 


29 


13 


44.8 


6 


7 


16 


55.2 


5 


6 


3 


2 


Montgomery 


991 


448 


45.2 


161 


287 


543 


54.8 


54 


277 


110 


102 


Prince George' s 


1,321 


669 


50.6 


300 


369 


652 


49.4 


93 


254 


165 


140 


Queen Anne's 


42 


36 


85.7 


10 


26 


6 


14.3 


1 


3 


2 




St. Mary's 


100 


52 


52.0 


25 


27 


48 


48.0 


6 


21 


12 


9 


Somerset 


26 


10 


38.5 


7 


3 


16 


61.5 


6 




9 


1 


Talbot 


35 


17 


48.6 


13 


4 


18 


51.4 


3 


8 


4 


3 


Washington 


137 


62 


45.3 


50 


12 


75 


54.7 


4 


33 


25 


13 


Wicomico 


97 


37 


38.1 


22 


15 


60 


61.9 


13 


23 


17 


7 


Worcester 


62 


24 


38.7 


10 


14 


38 


61.3 


6 


21 


7 


4 



*Includes transfers from nonpublic schools. 

^This total State figures excludes 455 transfers between units. 



TABLE 

115 

Source of Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6) New to Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Source of Teachers 





Number 


Inexperienced 


Experienced 




New to 








Residents 














Local Unit 


Local 






Residents 


of 






Taught in 


Last 


Taught 




Unit 


Total 


of 


Other 


Total 


1964 


-65* 


Previous 


to 1964-65 










Maryland 


Areas 






In 


In Other 


In 


In Other 






Number 


Percent 






Number 


Percent 


Maryland 


Areas 


Maryland 


Areas 


Total State 


/3,482 


1,941 


52. 1 


1,174 


767 


1,782 


47.9 


264 


645 


548 


325 


Allegany 


39 


16 


41.0 


13 


3 


23 


59.0 


6 


5 


11 


1 


Anne Arundel 


399 


210 


52.6 


131 


79 


189 


47.4 


20 


54 


68 


47 


Baltimore City 


654 


397 


60.7 


340 


57 


257 


39.3 


46 


48 


119 


44 


Baltimore 


510 


292 


57.3 


230 


62 


218 


42.7 


51 


75 


65 


27 


Calvert 


27 


16 


59.3 


11 


5 


11 


40.7 


1 


5 


2 


3 


Caroline 


18 


5 


27.8 


3 


2 


13 


72.2 


3 


2 


5 


3 


Carroll 


56 


33 


58.9 


32 


1 


23 


41.1 


2 


6 


13 


2 


Cecil 


67 


39 


58.2 


6 


33 


28 


41.8 


1 


11 


4 


12 


Charles 


58 


28 


48.3 


16 


12 


30 


51.7 


6 


11 


5 


8 


Dorchester 


13 


3 


23.1 


2 


1 


10 


76.9 


2 


3 


3 


2 


Frederick 


66 


30 


45.5 


17 


13 


36 


54.5 


8 


13 


12 


3 


Garrett 


12 


5 


41.7 


4 


1 


7 


58.3 


3 




4 




Harford 


189 


123 


65.1 


45 


78 


66 


34.9 


5 


24 


21 


16 


Howard 


51 


25 


49.0 


18 


7 


26 


51.0 


11 


8 


6 


1 


Kent 


13 


8 


61.5 


6 


2 


5 


38.5 


2 


3 






Montgomery 


511 


203 


39.7 


81 


122 


308 


60.3 


24 


167 


65 


52 


Prince George's 


808 


406 


50.2 


155 


251 


402 


49.8 


52 


169 


99 


82 


Queen Anne ' s 


20 


17 


85.0 


6 


11 


3 


15.0 


1 


1 


1 




St. Mary's 


50 


27 


54.0 


16 


11 


23 


46.0 


2 


9 


7 


5 


Somerset 


11 


2 


18.2 


1 


1 


9 


81.8 


2 




7 




Talbot 


16 


5 


31.3 


4 


1 


11 


68.7 


3 


3 


2 


3 


Washington 


69 


31 


44.9 


26 


5 


38 


55.1 


4 


12 


13 


9 


Wicomico 


36 


10 


27.8 


7 


3 


26 


72.2 


6 


6 


12 


2 


Worcester 


30 


10 


33.3 


4 


6 


20 


66.7 


3 


10 


4 


3 



♦Includes transfers from nonpublic schools. 

^This total State figures excludes 241 transfers between units. 



TABLE 

116 



Source of High School Teachers and Principals (7-12) New to Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 







Source of Teachers 




Number 


Inexperienced 


Experienced 




New to 








Residents 














Local Unit 


Local 






Residents 


of 






Taught in 


Last 


Taught 




Unit 


Total 


of 


Other 


Total 


1964-65* 


Previous 


to 1964-65 










Maryland 


Areas 






In 


In Other 


In 


In Other 






Number 


Percent 






Number 


Percent 


Maryland 


Areas 


Maryland 


Areas 


Total State 


'^2,914 


1 , 800 


57 . 5 




79? 


1 , 328 


42 . 5 


242 


459 


400 


7?7 


Allegany 


61 


29 


47 . 5 


19 


10 


32 


52 . 5 


11 


11 


6 


4 


Anne Arundel 


297 


185 


62 . 3 


73 


112 


112 


37 . 7 


17 


31 


43 


21 


Rfllfimor^' Citv 


541 


357 


66.0 


286 


7 \ 


184 


34.0 


32 


28 


99 


25 


Baltimore 


490 


316 


64.5 


187 


129 


174 


35.5 


46 


50 


58 


20 


Calvert 


35 


20 


57 . 1 


5 


14 


15 


42.9 


2 


6 


2 


5 


Caroline 


25 


q 


36 


5 


4 


16 


64.0 


2 


9 


4 


1 


Carroll 


45 


30 


66.7 






15 


33.3 


3 




g 




Cecil 


51 


36 


70.6 


8 


28 


15 


29.4 


4 


6 




5 


Charles 


48 


21 


43.7 




Q 


27 


56.3 


7 


10 


9 


1 


Dorchester 


20 


11 


55.0 


7 


4 


9 


45.0 


1 


2 


4 


2 


Frederick 


55 


28 


50.9 


17 


11 


27 


49.1 


5 


12 


7 


3 


Garrett 


20 


9 


45.0 


7 


2 


11 


55.0 


1 


5 


5 




Harford 


100 


64 


64.0 


27 


37 


36 


36.0 


5 


19 


3 


9 


Howard 


64 


36 


56.2 


26 


10 


28 


43.8 


14 


4 


8 


2 


Kent 


16 


5 


31.3 




5 


11 


68.7 


3 


3 


3 


2 


Montgomery 


480 


245 


51.0 


80 


165 


235 


49.0 


30 


110 


45 


50 


Prince George's 


513 


263 


51.3 


145 


118 


250 


48.7 


41 


85 


66 


58 


Queen Anne ' s 


22 


19 


86.4 


4 


15 


3 


13.6 




2 


1 




St. Mary's 


50 


25 


50.0 


9 


16 


25 


50.0 


4 


12 


5 


4 


Somerset 


15 


8 


53.3 


6 


2 


7 


46.7 


4 




2 


1 


Talbot 


19 


12 


63.2 


9 


3 


7 


36.8 




5 


2 




Washington 


68 


31 


45.6 


24 


7 


37 


54.4 




21 


12 


4 


Wicomico 


61 


27 


44.3 


15 


12 


34 


55.7 


7 


17 


5 


5 


Worcester 


32 


14 


43.8 


6 


8 


18 


56.2 


3 


11 


3 


1 



*Includes transfers from nonpublic schools. 

''This total State figure excludes 214 transfers between units. 



' 01 ' ' 



- •» . ■ ■ 



4-. ■ 




TABLE 

117 



High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1956-57 - 1965-66 



Year 


Number of Applicants Who 


Total Number 
of 

Certificates 
Issued 


Completed 
Examination* 


Earned 
Certificate 


Earned Certificate 
through USAFI'' 


1956-57 


1,603 


954 


740 


1,694 


1957-58 


1,802 


963 


837 


1,800 


1958-59 


1,681 


867 


722 


1,589 


1959-60 


1,850 


951 


712 


1,663 


1960-61 


1,940 


1,002 


833 


1,835 


1961-62 


2,327 


1,181 


719 


1,900 


1962-63 


2,595 


1,307 


746 


2,053 


1963-64 


3,015 


1,455 


747 


2,202 


1964-65 


3,274 


1,437 


672 


2,109 


1965-66 


3,562 


1,595 


592 


2,187 



*Includes re-tests. 

''united States Armed Forces Institute. 



TABLE 

118 



General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 


Americani- 
zation and 
Citizenship 


Elementary 
Education 


High School 

Academic 
Educat ion 


Language 


Rapid 
Reading 


Physical 
Fitness 


Teachers 


Classes 


Enroll- 
ment 


French 


Spanish 


Russian 


German 


Other 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


Total State 


706 


1,163 


32,214 


24 


463 


24 


527 


312 


8 ,879 


42 


975 


51 


1 ,029 


7 


207 


18 


413 


22 


530 


17 


402 


33 


1 ,033 


Al legany 


•J 


<: 


1 fin 


" 


" 


— 


- 


2 


61 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Anne Arundel 






7 "ii 


2 


32 






15 


388 






















1 


15 






Baltimore City 






ft 

O , Z7 J 


13 


286 


20 


458 


118 


3,811 


















4 


258 










Baltimore 


198 


214 


8,066 


3 


42 


- 


- 


55 


1,913 


5 


194 


4 


145 


- 


- 


4 


128 






7 


183 


1 


102 


Calvert 


2 


2 


50 


~ 


~ 






- 


- 


~ 


~ 


~ 




- 


- 


~ 




* 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




7 


g 


141 










2 


25 










1 


18 






■ 












Carroll 


2 




JD 










2 


36 




















\ 










Cecil 


15 


21 


320 










10 


150 






























Charles 


9 


11 


285 










5 


102 






























Dorchester 


4 


4 


88 










































Frederick 


27 


31 


645 










2 


47 


























5 


156 


Garrett 


7 


8 


179 










1 


16 






























Harford 


19 


40 


916 










6 


141 


























16 


438 


Howard 


7 


12 


386 










9 


313 






























Kent 


U 


4 


79 










































Montgomery 


131 


421 


9,518 


2 


17 


2 


36 


62 


1,351 


35 


751 


39 


713 


4 


117 


13 


255 


18 


212 


8 


189 


1 


16 


Prince George's 


45 


89 


3,193 


3 


74 






5 


150 


2 


30 


5 


125 


2 


72 


1 


30 










10 


321 


Queen Anne ' 8 


3 


3 


67 










I 


28 






























St. Mary's 


15 


18 


378 


1 


12 






8 


164 






























Somerset 


4 


4 


68 






2 


33 


2 


35 






























Talbot 


3 


4 


77 










































Washington 


7 


8 


116 


















2 


24 














1 


15 






Wicomico 


8 


11 


236 










3 


76 






1 


22 






















Worcester 


8 


8 


166 










4 


72 































NOTE: Breakdown for Languages and Business Education is not available for Baltimore City. Decrease in total Business Education is due to having classes now 
in the Adult Vocational Program. 



♦Programs administered by local boards of education. 
/"Other" column includes: 



Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Students 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Students 


Anne Arundel 


Child Growth and Development 


1 


44 


Baltimore 


Defensive Driving 


34 


753 




Lip Reading 


1 


15 




Medicare Study Series 


8 


1,363 


Baltimore City 


Parent Education 


35 


1,085 




Navigation and Boat Handling 


8 


287 


Baltimore 


Creative Writing 


2 


52 


Caroline 


Current Events 


1 


2 




Great Books 


3 


68 


Cecil 


Driver Education 


1 


6 




Cultural Series 


12 


269 




Public Speaking 


2 


20 




Community Forum-Public Affairs 


3 


285 


Charles 


Driver Education 


2 


73 



TABLE 

118 



General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Business Education 


Fine 


Arts 


Arts and 

Crafts, 

Ceramics 


Mus ic 


Furniture 

Ref Inishing, 
Woodworking 


Other 
Practical 
and 
Applied 
Arts 


Civil 
Defense 


Other'' 


Bookkeeping 


Shorthand- 
S tenography 


Typing 


Other 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 






C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


C 


E 


local brace 


3 


41 


4 


86 


11 


249 


69 


1,902 


17 7 
1 / / 




81 


2,145 


29 


970 


26 


508 


25 


466 


48 


1,924 


140 


5,017 


Allegany 










;; 








- 


- 


















3 


99 






Anne Arundel 














2 


84 






5 


97 


2 


38 






I 


38 






2 


59 


Baltimore City 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


15 


395 














_ 








_ 


_ 


35 


1,085 


Baltimore 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


17 


416 


19 


845 


23 


830 


_ 


_ 


5 


151 


1 


40 


_ 




70 


3,077 


Calvert 






_ 




1 


26 










1 


24 


_ 


_ 










_ 


_ 






Caroline 










2 


33 






- 


- 


2 


63 


















1 


2 


Carroll 














































Cecil 














4 


55 






2 


45 






2 


44 










3 


26 


Charles 






















2 


55 














2 


55 


2 


73 


Dorchester 






1 


34 


2 


35 










1 


19 






















Frederick 














1 


35 






8 


128 


1 


48 


5 


58 


7 


116 


1 


37 


1 


20 


Garrett 


1 


12 










3 


79 






1 


28 














1 


25 


1 


19 


Harford 






2 


32 


1 


16 






7 


143 


2 


55 






5 


76 










1 


15 


Howard 


















3 


73 


























Kent 


1 


17 






1 


32 










1 


14 










1 


16 










Montgomery 














27 


838 


136 


2,984 


17 


373 


25 


869 


4 


82 


11 


157 






17 


498 


Prince George's 


















12 


403 


7 


226 






1 


32 


1 


30 


40 


1,700 






Queen Anne's 






























1 


23 










1 


16 


St. Mary's 






















4 


68 










1 


32 






4 


102 


Somerset 














































Talbot 


1 


12 


1 


20 


1 


32 






























1 


13 


Washington 






















2 


32 


1 


15 


1 


12 


1 


18 










Wicomico 






















3 


88 






2 


30 






1 


8 


1 


12 


Worcester 










3 


75 






















1 


19 











^ "Other" column includes: (continued from previous page) 



Local Unit 


Subject 




Classes 


Students 


Local Unit 


Subject 


Classes 


Students 


Frederick 


Rocks and Minerals 




1 


20 


Montgomery 


Political Politics 




156 


Garrett 


Driver Education 




1 


19 




Public Speaking 




17 


Harford 


Machine Shop 




1 


15 


Queen Anne ' s 


Public Speaking 




16 


Montgomery 


Automotive Theory & 


Practice 


6 


142 


St. Mary's 


Public Speaking 




13 




Basic Ground School 


for Pilots 


4 


94 




Substitute Teaching 




89 




Creative Writing 




3 


61 


Talbot 


Industrial Arts 




13 




Lip Reading 




2 


28 


Wicomico 


Public Speaking 




12 



TABLE 

121 



Vocational Adult Preparatory Education Program*: Number of Classes and Enrollment by Program: 

State of Maryland: 1965-66 











Business 












Trade 


and 




Total 


Agriculture 


and Office 


Distributive 


Health 


Home 


Technical 


Industrial 


Local Unit 








Education 


Education 


Occupations 


Econ< 


pmlcs 


Education 


Education 




Classes 


Enroll- 


Classes 


Enroll- 


Classes 


Enroll- 


Classes 


Enrol 1 - 


Classes 


Enroll- 


Classes 


Enroll- 


Classes 


Enroll— 


Classes 


Enrol 1- 










ment 




ment 




ment 




ment 








ment 




ment 


Total State 


359 


11,826 


_ 


_ 


255 


7,489 


12 


511 


_ 


_ 


65 


3,092 


21 


635 


6 


99 


Allegany 


7 


202 


_ 




7 


202 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Anne Arundel 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


91 


3,055 






91 


3,055 










- 


- 










Baltimore 


171 


6,713 






73 


2,475 


12 


511 






65 


3,092 


21 


635 






Calvert 






_ 


_ 










_ 












_ 


_ 


Carol Ine 






- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


_ 


_ 


















- 


- 










Cecil 


3 


88 






3 


88 






















Charles 


4 


82 






4 


82 






















Dor Chester 


































Frederick 


10 


142 






10 


142 






















Garrett 


































Harford 


5 


132 






5 


132 






















Howard 


































Kent 


































Montgomery 


































Prince George ' s 


48 


1,038 






48 


1,038 






















Queen Anne ' s 


































St. Mary's 


5 


108 






5 


108 






















Somerset 


































Talbot 


































Washington 


6 


99 


























6 


99 


Wicomico 


9 


167 






9 


167 






















Worcester 



































*A retraining type program; enrollee is studying for an occupation different from that in which he is currently employed. 



TABLE 



122 



Vocational Adult Education Program (Other)*: Number of Classes and Enrollment by Program: 

State of Maryland: 1965-66 











Business 












Tr.ide 


and 




Total 


Agriculture 


and Office 


Distributive 


Health 


Home 


Technical 


Industrial 


Local Unit 








Education 


Educat ion 


Occupat ion 


Economics 


Education 


Education 




Classes 


Enroll- 


Classes 


Enroll- 


Classes 


Enroll- 


Classes 


Enrol 1- 


Classes 


Enroll- 


Classes 


Enrol 1- 


Classes 


Enrol 1- 


Classes 


Enrol 1- 






ment 




ment 




ment 




ment 




ment 




ment 




ment 




ment 


Total State 


65 


1 ,446 










_ 




2 


39 


5 


208 


2 


28 


56 


1,171 


Al legany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


31 


696 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


74 


- 


- 


29 


622 


Baltimore 


2 


129 




















129 










Calvert 






_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 












I 








Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


Carroll 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


- 


- 






























Charles 


































Dorchester 


































Frederick 


































Garrett 


































Harford 


































Howard 


































Kent 


































Montgomery 


2 


37 


























2 


37 


Prince George's 


19 


406 


























19 


406 


Queen Anne's 


































St. Mary's 


2 


39 














2 


39 














Somerset 


































Talbot 


































Washington 


6 


106 


























6 


106 


Wicomico 


3 


33 


















1 


5 


2 


28 






Worcester 



































♦Includes the following programs: cooperative, apprenticeship, technical, semi-skilled (trades and industry only), and home economics gainful employment 



course. 



TABLE 

123 



Enrollment in Maryland Public Connnunity Colleges: Fall of 1965 



Area 


Grand 
Total 


Allegany 


Anne 
Arundel 


Baltimore 
City 


Catonsville 


Charles 


Essex 


Frederick 


Hagerstovm 


Har 


Matriculated 


Nonmatriculated 


Matriculated 


Nonmatriculated 


Matriculated 


Nonmatriculated 


Matriculated 


Nonmatriculated 


Matriculated 


Nonmatriculated 


Matriculated 


Nonmatriculated 


Matriculated 


Nonmatriculated 


Matriculated 


Nonmatriculated 


Matriculated 


Grand Total 


14,573 


598 


17 


853 


31 


2,999 


32 


1 ,510 


7 


269 


4 


747 


3 


458 


34 


740 


11 


983 


Out-of-state 


470 


13 


- 


- 


- 


10 


2 


6 


- 


3 


- 


3 


- 


,4 


- 


165 


1 


37 


In-State 


14, 103 


585 




853 


31 


2 , 989 


30 




7 


266 


4 


744 


3 


454 


34 


57 5 


10 


946 


Al 1 Anv 


590 


572 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


930 






843 


31 


31 


1 


20 








2 














Baltimore City 


2,656 






4 




2,573 


22 


36 


1 






6 












14 


Baltimore 


2,390 






1 




355 


6 


1,266 


6 






726 


3 










27 


Calvert 


9 


















5 




















1 






























1 






Carroll 


70 










14 




17 








2 




37 










Cecil 


72 










1 
























70 


Charles 


256 


















256 


















Dorchester 


6 


















2 


4 
















Frederick 




12 
























407 


32 


17 






Garrett 


3 


























1 










Harford 


890 










4 












2 












833 


Howard 


174 






2 




10 




153 








1 




2 










Kent 


3 






1 




1 


























Montgomery 


3,347 














1 








1 




7 




6 




1 


Prince George's 


1,661 






1 






1 


6 




3 




4 








2 






Queen Anne's 


2 






1 








1 






















St. Mary's 


1 




































Somerset 






































Talbot 


1 














1 






















Washington 


563 


1 


























2 


547 


10 




Wicomico 


4 














2 
















1 




1 


Worcester 


2 














1 























Montgomery 



T3 



Prince 
George' s 



V 



51 



3,543 
161 

3,382 



3,176 
189 



154 



154 



146 

7 



1,511 
64 

1,447 



9 

1,432 



VOCATIONAL 
REHABILITATION DATA 




Annua Report 



TABLE 

124 



Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1965-66 





Total 




Being 




Being 


Surveyed : 


Closed 


Local Unit 


Number 


Rehabil- 


Followed 


Training 


Prepared 


Under 


Other 




Cases 


itated 


on Jobs 


Completed 


for Jobs 


Advisement 


Services 


Total State 


9,640 


3,361 


235 


735 


2,359 


1,888 


1 ,062 


Allegany 


219 


95 




20 


52 


33 


19 


Anne Arundel 


721 


249 


19 


64 


137 


121 


131 


Baltimore City 


3,275 


1,141 


57 


279 


777 


630 


391 


Baltimore 


1 ,064 


349 


21 


79 


306 


199 


110 


Calvert 


56 


20 


5 


2 


11 


14 


4 


Caroline 


50 


25 


1 


6 


9 


6 


3 


Carroll 


184 


63 


4 


1 


48 


34 


34 


Cecil 


89 


39 


7 


10 


17 


8 


8 


Charles 


157 


46 


11 


9 


42 


35 


14 


Dorchester 


99 


32 


5 


18 


17 


15 


12 


Frederick 


401 


188 


10 


5 


88 


71 


39 


Garrett 


65 


24 


- 


4 


20 


9 


8 


Harford 


75 


19 




4 


24 


11 


17 


Howard 


132 


45 


3 


3 


37 


31 


13 


Kent 


33 


15 


2 


6 


5 


3 


2 


Montgomery 


859 


295 


16 


77 


197 


227 


47 


Prince George's 


974 


354 


31 


65 


282 


210 


32 


Queen Anne ' s 


33 


16 


2 


1 


7 


4 


3 


St. Mary's 


173 


36 


6 


11 


44 


61 


15 


Somerset 


52 


14 


5 


9 


8 


11 


5 


Talbot 


89 


34 


2 


7 


16 


20 


10 


Washington 


584 


159 


16 


23 


168 


95 


123 


Wicomico 


192 


77 


6 


26 


37 


26 


20 


Worcester 


64 


26 


6 


6 


10 


14 


2 



TABLE 

125 



Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Characteristic 


Total 


Rehabili- 
tated* 


Other'' 


Characteristic 


Total 


Rehabili- 
tated* 


Other'' 




9 , 640 




6 279 





















ft "^TR 


2 nn? 


L Til 


Age 








\ 


948 


inn 


JHO 


IlnHcr 21 


2 , 889 


806 


2,083 


2 






jot 


21 - 30 


1,929 


731 


1,198 


3 


602 


247 


355 


31 - 40 


1 , 827 


641 


1,186 


4 


402 


170 


232 


41 - 45 


968 


374 


594 


5 


262 


92 


170 


46 - 50 


785 


293 


492 


More than 5 


408 


152 


256 


51 - 55 


587 


231 


356 










56 - 60 


420 


174 


246 


Race 








61 - 65 


151 


71 


80 


White 


6,899 


2,466 


4,433 


66 - 70 


50 


23 


27 


Negro 


2 723 


889 


1 834 


Over 70 


34 


17 


17 


Other 


18 


6 


12 


Education 








Sex 








None 


96 


38 


58 


Male 


6,106 


2,123 


3,983 


1-3 


559 


149 


410 


Female 


3,534 


1,238 


2,296 


4-6 


1,132 


410 


722 










7-9 


3,059 


1,100 


1,959 


Employment History 








10 - 12 


3,992 


1,437 


2,555 


(at survey) 








13 - 14 


392 


134 


258 


Employed 


1,297 


557 


740 


15 - 16 


204 


76 


128 


Unemployed 


8,343 


2,804 


5,539 


College 


59 


17 


42 


Never Worked 


2,209 


514 


1,695 


Undetermined 


147 




147 


Worked at sometime 


6,134 


2,290 


3,844 










Number on Welfare 
















(at survey) 


1,218 


346 


872 



*Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year (3,361). 
^Other clients who received service during the year (6,279). 



TABLE 

126 



Nature of Disability of Rehabilitation Clients: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Type of Disability 


Total 


Rehabilitated* 


Other'' 


Total 


9,640 


3,361 


6,279 


Orthopedic Amputation 


526 


264 


262 


Arm or hand 


lUl 


50 


51 


Arms or hands 


5 


2 


3 


Leg or foot 


382 


194 


188 


Legs or feet 


31 


16 


15 


Multiple 


7 


2 


5 


Orthopedic Impairment 


2,374 


800 


1,574 


Arm or hand 


186 


59 


127 


Arms or hands 


52 


16 


36 


Leg or foot 




I JO 




Legs or feet 


323 


99 


224 


Multiple 


j41 


lUI 


240 


Back, spine, dwarf 


503 


160 


343 


Neck, head, face 


473 


207 


266 


Vision 


618 


194 


424 


Blind, both eyes 


275 


81 


194 


Blind, one eye 


165 


48 


117 


Defective vision 


178 


65 


113 


Hearing 


445 


157 


288 


Totally deaf 


170 


49 


121 


Hard of hearing 


275 


108 


167 


Tuberculosis 


598 


154 


444 


Miscellaneous 


5,079 


1,792 


3,287 


Speech 


112 


30 


82 


Cardiac 


592 


214 


378 


Epilepsy 


267 


95 


172 


Psychiatric 


1,955 


714 


1,241 


Mental Retardation 


1,166 


377 


789 


Other 


987 


362 


625 



♦Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year (3,361). 
^Other clients who received service during the year (6,279). 



TABLE 

127 



Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Types of Referrals 


Total 


RehabiLitated'' 


Other^ 


Total 


9,640 


3,361 


6,279 


Educational 








Business and Other Colleges 


54 


14 


40 


Private Schools 


52 


13 


39 


Public Schools 


1,211 


332 


879 


State Schools for Handicapped 


185 


55 


130 


Health Agencies 








Crippled Lnllaren 




1 o 

1 7 




Mental Hospitals 


1,436 


536 


900 


Tuberculos is 


435 


101 


334 


Chronic Disease 


78 


22 


56 


Other Hospitals 


822 


314 


508 


Other Agencies 


766 


301 


465 


Physicians 


636 


234 


402 


Other Government Agencies 








Selected Service 


18 


5 


13 


State Rehabilitation 


84 


26 


58 


State Employment 


366 


123 


243 


Public Officials 


51 


13 


38 


U. S. Civil Service Commission 


10 


c 

J 


5 


Miscellaneous Government Agencies 


1 Oft 


/ 1 


130 


TnQiiT*flnpp 










14 


4 


10 


Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance 


235 


55 


180 


State Workers Compensation Commission 


157 


47 


110 


U, S. Bureau of Employee's Compensation 


16 


5 


11 


Welfare 








Public Agencies 


694 


214 


480 


Private Agencies 


63 


19 


44 


Community Advisory Centers 


54 


25 


29 


Miscellaneous 








Artificial Appliance Companies 


82 


56 


26 


Employers 


49 


28 


21 


Labor Unions 


5 


2 


3 


Other Individuals 


748 


275 


473 


Self-referred 


966 


424 


542 


Other 


80 


23 


57 



*Clients who were rehabilitated into employment during year (3,361). 
Mother clients who received service during the year (6,279). 




FINANCIAL DATA 



Anr^i R^ort 



i 



TABLE 

128 



FINANCIAL STATEMENT 

Expenditures by Maryland StaCe Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1965-66 







Vocat ional 






Vocational 


Source or Purpose 


Headquarters 


Rehabilitation 


Source or Purpose 


Headquarters 


Rehabilitation 




Departmental 














A rim i ni Qt'faf'i nri 




n uiu xiixoLl oi. ivc 






Adin Inis cir3ti.on 






Scrv ic es 


Serv Ice s 


Salaries 


$ 423,104 


$ 114,196 


Salaries 


$ 202,740 


$ 


Technical and Special Fees 


28,087 


2 , 523 


Technical and Special Fees 


37 ,498 


- 


Conmiunlcatlon 


10 , 952 


2,776 


Communication 


7 , 182 


- 


Travel 


23,297 


4,123 


Travel 


11,195 




Motor Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 


3,805 


1 , 526 


Motor Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 


1,215 




Contractual Services 


91 , 104 


7 7 , 2 24 


Contractual Services 


7 ,057 




Supplies and Materials 


12 , 246 


5,791 


Supplies and Materials 


2 ,650 


— 


Equipment - Replacement 


5,837 


2 , 703 


Equipment - Replacement 


488 




Equipment - Additional 


117,328 


14 , 673 


Equipment - Additional 


2,775 




Grants, Subsidies, and Contributions 


86 , 145 


4 , 629 


Grants, Subsidies, and Contributions 


118 


1 , 555,826 


Fixed Charges 


5, 347 


7 , 580 


Fixed Charges 






Total 


$ 807,252 


$ 237,744 


Total 


S 272,918 


SI ,555,826 




Supervisory & 


Placement 




Library 


Disability 




Consultative 


and 




Extension 


Determinations 




Services 


Guidance 




Services 


(O.A.S.I.) 


Salaries 


$ 626,501 


$ 801,310 


Salaries 




S 149,431 


Technical and Special Fees 


48,689 


435 


Technical and Special Fees 




156,299 


Communication 


22,306 


25,966 


Communication 




3,413 


Travel 


41,738 


39,111 


Travel 




3,884 


Motor Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 


6,446 


1,831 


Motor Vehicle Operation and Maintenance 






Contractual Services 


117,673 


428,805 


Contractual Services 


149,263 


334 


Supplies and Materials 


21,687 


10,094 


Supplies and Materials 




2,477 


Equipment - Replacement 


9,146 


5,546 


Equipment - Replacement 




777 


Equipment - Additional 


31,753 


134,296 


Equipment - Additional 




2,074 


Grants, Subsidies, and Contributions 


100,350 


51,155 


Grants, Subsidies, and Contributions 




9,608 


Fixed Charges 




34,651 


Fixed Charges 




12,265 


Total 


$1,026,289 


$1,533,200 


Total 


S 149,263 


S 340,562 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 


$2,255,722 


$3,667,332 



TABLE 

129 



Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1965-66 



Unit or Program 


Appropriation Funds 


Cancella- 


Budget 


Amend- 


Total 


Disburse- 


Encum- 


Total 


Rever- 


General 


Spec ial 


Federal 


t ions 


Credits 


ments 


Available 


ments 


berances 


Expenditures 


sions 


State Share of Current Expen- 
























d 1 tures 


$100,786,407 


$ 


$ 


c 




( <L^f\ 7 7 ) 
V 9 JO f 1 I J ) 


cinn i'\c\ 7SQ 


C Q7 SI 7 1 7n 




e Q7 SI 7 1 7A 
^ 7/,JiZ,i ZU 


e7 71fl <^7Q 


Current Expense Incentive Aid 


2,996,963 








14,937 




3,011,900 


2,275,966 




2,275,966 


735,934 


Transportation 


15,311,273 












IC 111 t "7 t 






1 / QT £ o cn 

, y /O , ObU 


334 ,413 


Incentive Fund for School 
























Construct ion 


12 , 352 ,876 














IT 1 om 




Iz , 199 , 907 


152 , 969 


Handicapped Children 


2 ,238, 358 






- 


- 




2,238.358 


1,907.264 


- 


1,907,264 


331,094 


Public Libraries 


1 ,418,536 




956, 145 


(54,727) 




1 / rt £- "^n 

249,629 


2 , 569 , 583 


1 , 842 , 906 


726 , 677 


2,569,583 




Federal Vocational Education 






3,346 221 


— 


— 


486, 172 


3,832,393 


543 , 989 


3 , 288 ,404 


3,832,393 




Junior Colleges 


2,096 , 325 












t. , uyo , jz J 


7 n 7 Q 1 7n 




L , U J J , I /U 


61 , 155 


Adult Education 


97,000 


- 


5,000 


/Inn n c n \ 

(490,950) 


— 


803 ,481 


414 , 531 


31 , 191 


383 , 340 


414 , 531 


— 


School Lunch 






1,694,296 






91 , 385 


1 , 785 , 681 


1,657,013 


128 , 668 


1 , 785 , 681 




A.R.A. and M.D.T.A. Acts 


633,334 




1,266,666 


(1,124,792) 




383,334 


1,158,542 


167,408 


991,134 


1,158,542 




EducdClon of War Orphans 


125,000 


- 






535 




125,535 


98, 194 




98,194 


27,341 


National Defense Education Act 






1,722,691 


(44,571) 




114,792 


1,792,912 


327,121 


1,465,791 


1,792,912 




Driver Education Fund 




700,000 




(7,628) 






692,372 


502,639 




502,639 


189,733 


O^.IlUUJ. 11 i. J. K 






1,793,452 








I 765 066 


1 608 618 


156,448 


1 765 066 




Public Library Incentive Fund 


308,608 












308,608 


'279i621 




'279i621 


28,987 


Handicapped Children 


2,179,042 












2,179,042 


2,157,890 




2,157,890 


21,152 


Elementary and Secondary Educa- 
tion Act - Title I 








(2,412,625) 


310,410 


15,249,238 


13,147,023 


6,017,469 


7,129,554 


13,147,023 




Elementary and Secondary Educa- 
tion Act - Title II 












1,719,114 


1,719,114 


736,128 


982,986 


1,719,114 




Headquarters State Department 
of Education 


1,421,568 




370,378 


(197,971) 


2,296 


659,451 


2,255,722 


1,937,559 


318,163 


2,255,722 




Vocational Rehabilitation 


961,590 




1,812,379 




18,823 


1,156,457 


3,949,249 


3,098,046 


569,286 


3,667,332 


281,917 


Teachers' Retirement System 


8,683,215 








416,530 




9,099,745 


9,011,819 




9,011,819 


87,926 


State Aided Educational Insti- 
























tutions 


1,433,361 










(676,000) 


757,361 


757,361 




757,361 




Employment of the Physically 
Handicapped 


17,691 










751 


18,442 


13,472 




13,472 


4,970 


Total 


$153,061,147 


$700,000 


$12,967,228 


($4,361,650) 


$764,656 


$20,181,031 


$183,312,412 


$161 ,695,731 


$16,140,451 


$177,836,182 


$5,476,230 



NOTE: Brackets denote red figures. 



TABLE 

130 



Local Revenue Appropriations for Programs Operated by Local Boards of Education: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Local 
Revenue'' 


Appropriations for Public Schools 


Percent of Total Revenue Appropriated 
for Public Schools 


All School 
Purposes 


Current 
Expenses'* 


School 
Construction 


Debt 
Service 


All School 
Purposes 


Current 
Expenses 


Capital 
Outlay 


Debt 
Service 


Total State 


$565,371,541 


$282,944,048 


$231,372,949 


$9,862,130 


$41,708,969 


50.0 


40.9 


1.7 


7 .4 


Allegany 


9,180,712 


5,018,369 


4,015,769 


318,000 


684,600 


54.7 


43.7 


3.5 


7.5 


Anne Arundel 


30,605,280 


15,847 ,600 


12,732,138 




3,115,462 


51.8 


41.6 




10.2 


Baltimore City 


187,378,393 


65,129,482 


56,830,592 


2,823,840 


5,475,050 


34.7 


30.3 


1.5 


2.9 




91 406 303 


54,347,456 


43,883, 151 


1,050,000 


9,414,305 


59.4 


48.0 


1.1 


10.3 


Calvert 


1,769,797 


1,013,873 


825,873 




188,000 


57.3 


46.7 




10.6 


Caroline 


2,056,095 


968,473 


754,489 


23,490 


190,494 


47.1 


36.7 


1.1 


9.3 


Carroll 


6,125,813 


4,476,934 


2,942,010 


1,377,111 


157,813 


73.1 


48.0 


22.5 


2.6 


Cecil 


5,081,375 


2,855,582 


2,239,717 




615,865 


56.2 


44.1 




12.1 


pilar 1 


3 866 063 


2,006,218 


1,627,295 


_ 


378,923 


51.9 


42.1 




9.8 


Dorchester 


3,444,709 


1,384,707 


1,151,830 




232,877 


40.2 


33.4 




6.8 


Frederick 


10,488,423 


5,770,421 


4,360,312 




1,410,109 


55.0 


41.6 




13.4 


Garrett 


2,580,420 


808,076 


577,848 


61 ,901 


168,327 


31.3 


22.4 


2.4 


6.5 


Harford 


9,514,055 


5,280,929 


4,341,829 




939,100 


55.5 


45.6 




9.9 


Howard 


7,456,879 


4,350,930 


3,699,799 


99,587 


551,544 


58.3 


49.6 


1.3 


7.4 


Kent 


2,155,160 


1,172,541 


970,480 


106,906 


95,155 


54.4 


45.0 


5.0 


4.4 


Montgomery 


87,033,252 


54,387,363 


43,571,604 


3,655,505 


7,160,254 


62.5 


50.1 


4.2 


8.2 


Prince George's 


73,536,616 


41,993,845 


34,145,415 




7,848,430 


57.1 


46.4 




10.7 


Queen Anne's 


2,243,562 


1,155,219 


888,313 


69,999 


196,907 


51.5 


39.6 


3.1 


8.8 


St. Mary's 


2,801,547 


1,178,006 


869,586 


150,490 


157,930 


42.0 


31.0 


5.4 


5.6 


Somerset 


1,493,536 


595,018 


468,493 


19,539 


106,986 


39.9 


31.4 


1.3 


7.2 


Talbot 


3,135,764 


1,531,441 


1,193,197 




338,244 


48.8 


38.0 




10.8 


Washington 


11,298,321 


6,786,671 


5,474,279 




1,312,392 


60.1 


48.5 




11.6 


Wicomico 


6,611,237 


3,336,477 


2,487,197 


105,762 


743,518 


50.4 


37.6 


1.6 


11.2 


Worcester 


4, 108,229 


1,548,417 


1,321,733 




226,684 


37.7 


32.2 




5.5 



*Figures from State Fiscal Research Bureau and includes taxes, licenses, and fines and forfeitures. 
^Includes Capital Outlay for Current Expense. 



TABLE 

131 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*, School Construction and Debt Service: 
Maryland Public Schools and Comniunity Colleges: 1965-66 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Revenue 



Local Unit 


Total 
Rece ipts 


State 


Federa 1 


Local 


Nonrevenue 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Annronri ^t" i rtnQ 


Other^ 


Total State 


$579,145,696 


$156,583,366 


$37 ,686,858 


$282,944,048 


$6,579,360 


$95,352,064 


27 





6 


5 


50 





16 


5 


Allegany 


10 , 350 ,7 77 


4 , 170 , 558 


641 , 298 


5,018,369 


174,265 


346 , 287 


40 


3 


6 


2 


50 


2 


3 


3 


Anne Arundel 


37,492,602 


13,593,328 


2,807,093 


15,847,600 


957,747 


4,286,834 


36 


3 


7 


5 


44 


8 


11 


4 


Baltimore City 


120,801,887 


32,337,781 


3,752,001 


65,129,482 


982,623 


18,600,000 


26 


8 


3 


1 


54 


7 


15 


4 


Baltimore 


00 ,413,479 


18 ,455 ,461 


2 , 376 ,085 


54 , 347 ,456 


690, 161 


12,544,316 


20 


9 


2 


7 


62 


2 


14 


2 


Calvert 


3 , 155 , 763 


1 not f\/ ^ 

1 , 7 84 , 04 2 


345 , 308 


1 ,013,873 


8,694 


3 , 846 


56 


5 


10 


9 


32 


4 





2 


Carol ine 


3,313, 331 


1 ,839 , 172 


IOC f\ 

185,030 


968,473 


15,226 


305 ,430 


55 


5 


5 


6 


29 


7 


9 


2 


Carroll 


7,909,202 


3,195,169 


211,754 


4,476,934 


21,792 


3,553 


40 


4 


2 


7 


56 


9 




7* 


Cecil 


10,666,590 


3,336,915 


931,569 


2,855,582 


22,911 


3,519,613 


31 


3 


8 


7 


27 





33 





Charles 


7 ,066 , 241 


3, 123,763 


513,043 


2 ,006,218 


52 ,073 


1 , 371 , 144 


44 


2 


7 


3 


29 


1 


19 


4 


Dorchester 


/ ~t f\{\ C 1 {\ 

U , 799 , 519 


1 , 827 , 510 


COO 1 o o 

382 ,222 


1,384,707 


5,080 


1,000,000 


38 


1 


12 


1 


29 





20 


8 


Frederick 




A /. 1A 7 7 
H ,H , 0/ / 




5,770,421 


101,087 


J , /'t3 ,00/ 


28 


4 


10 


2 


37 


5 


23 


9 


Garrett 


3,663,765 


2,108,606 


473,424 


808,076 


14,957 


258,702 


57 


5 


12 


9 


22 


5 


7 


1 


Harford 


19,522,565 


5,947,445 


2,054,560 


5,280,929 


236,018 


6,003,613 


30 


5 


10 


5 


28 


3 


30 


7 


Howard 


9,153,865 


2,062,918 


347,099 


4,350,930 


27,647 


2,365,271 


22 


5 


3 


8 


47 


9 


25 


8 


Kent 


2,250,719 


881,121 


188,602 


1,172,541 


7,061 


1,394 


39 


1 


8 


4 


52 


4 





1 


Montgomery 


92,559,030 


18,176,264 


7,357,925 


54,387,363 


1,636,390 


11,001,088 


19 


6 


8 





60 


5 


11 


9 


Prince George's 


96,827,401 


22,216,797 


10,401,929 


41,993,845 


1,196,646 


21,018,184 


22 


9 


10 


8 


44 


6 


21 


7 


Queen Anne ' s 


3,301,363 


1,557,362 


445,446 


1,155,219 


19,521 


123,815 


47 


2 


13 


5 


35 


6 


3 


7 


St. Mary's 


5,858,321 


2,587,929 


1,261,012 


1,178,006 


8,854 


822,520 


44 


2 


21 


5 


20 


3 


14 





Somerset 


2,334,307 


1,590,738 


56,040 


595,018 


2,971 


89,540 


68 


1 


2 


4 


25 


6 


3 


9 


Talbot 


3,822,909 


941,811 


189,947 


1,531,441 


7,980 


1,151,730 


24 


6 


5 





40 


3 


30 


1 


Washington 


13,414,586 


5,802,110 


537,416 


6,786,671 


288,389 




43 


3 


4 





52 


7 






Wicomico 


13,407,294 


3,180,144 


337,906 


3,336,477 


74,545 


6,478,222 


23 


7 


2 


5 


25 


5 


48 


3 


Worcester 


3,407,958 


1,431,545 


89,319 


1,548,417 


26,722 


311,955 


42 





2 


6 


46 


2 


9 


2 



Percent from F.ach Source 



'■'Includes federal funds for school lunch and special milk. 

/includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other school units, and all other sources. 
^Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

132 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools and Conmunity Colleges: 

(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



1965-66 



Local Unit 



Total 
Receipts 



Revenue 



State 



Federal 



Local 



Appropr iat ions 



"otheTf" 



Nonrevenue^ 



Percent from Each Source 



State 



Federal 



Local 



.»on- 
revenue 



Total State 

Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 

Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 

Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 

Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 

Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
'.'orcester 



$410,914,967 

8,683,321 
27,607,290 
90,637,158 
63,366,947 

2,866,105 

2,631,270 
6,153,759 
5,715,481 
5,145,329 
3,461,369 

10,174,607 
2,716,480 

11,704,852 
5,967,701 
1,997,515 

68,487,528 
62,779,015 
2,295,654 
4,310,217 
2,037,924 

2,279,087 
11,238,595 
5,874,346 
2,783.417 



$141,146,372 

3,917,494 
12,151,138 
29,220,119 
16,417,550 

1,686,261 

1,676,095 
2,977,099 
2,673,119 
2,935,993 
1,722,237 

4,110,801 
1,734,251 
5,529,103 
1,891,103 
830,949 

16,753,857 
19,729,935 
1,131,701 
2,410,389 
1,509,707 

886,233 
4,938,511 
2,974,146 
1,338,581 



$32,378,962 

575,834 
2,224,517 
3,752,001 
2,376,085 

345,277 

185,030 
211,754 
751,569 
513,043 
582,222 

1,600,830 
389,424 

1,595,467 
347,099 
188,602 

6,596,055 
7,657,018 
256,119 
1,020,388 
56,040 

189,947 
537,416 
337,906 

89,319 



$231,373,009 

4,015,769 
12,732,138 
56,830,592 
43,883,151 
825,873 

754,489 
2,942,010 
2,239,717 
1,627,295 
1,151,830 

4,360,312 
577,848 
4,341,829 
3,699,799 
970,480 

43,571,664 
34,145,415 
888,313 
869,586 
468,493 

1,193,197 
5,474,279 
2,487,197 
1,321,733 



$5,900,452 

173,310 
499,497 
834,446 
690,161 
8,694 

15,226 
21,792 
22,911 
52,073 
5,080 

101,087 
14,957 

236,018 
27,647 
7,061 

1,564,864 
1,196,646 
19,521 
8,854 
2,971 

7,980 
288,389 
74,545 

26,722 



$116,172 



914 



430 
1,104 
28,165 
16,925 



1,577 

2,435 
2,053 
423 

1,088 
50,001 

1,000 
713 

1,730 

552 
7,062 



34.3 

45.1 
44.0 
32.3 
25.9 
58. 9 

63.7 
48.4 
46.8 
57.1 
49.8 

40.4 
63.9 
47.3 
31.7 
41.6 

24.5 
31.4 



49. 
55. 
74. 



38.9 
43.9 
50.6 
48.1 



7.9 

6.6 
8.1 
4.1 

3.7 
12.0 

7.0 
3.4 
13.1 
10.0 
16 . 8 

15.7 
14.3 
13.6 
5.8 
9.4 



9, 
12. 
11 , 
23, 

2, 



8.3 
4.8 
5.8 
3.2 



57 .8 

48.3 
47.9 
63.6 
70.4 
29.1 

29.3 
48.2 
39.6 
32.6 
33.4 

43.9 
21.8 
39. 1 
62.5 
49.0 

65.9 

56.3 
39. 5 
20.4 
23.2 



52. 
51. 
43. 



a 
a 

0.5 
0.3 



a 
a 
a 

a 

0.1 

a 
a 

0.1 



0.3 



"Includes current expense for capital outlay and federal funds for school lunch and special milk. 
7'Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other school units, and all other sources. 
'Includes sale of property and equipment, insurance recovery, and other nonrevenue receipts. 
^Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

133 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 
(Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue?* 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


iotai ocate 


V J7U , O J / , 037 


$121,069,264 


$32,378,962 


$231,373,009 


$5,900,452 


e 1 1 A 17 9 
9110, 1/Z 


31.0 


8.3 


60. 7 


a 


Al Isgany 


Q 977 QTQ 


3,512,112 


575,834 


/. rtl *I 7 AO 

, Ul J , / dv 




Q 1 A 
y it* 


42.4 


7.0 


50.6 


a 


AnnG ArundGl 


9A 1 Q9ft 


1A 71A 77C, 




12,732,138 


499,497 




A A Q 


O . J> 


^ A A 




Baltimore City 


85,768,884 


24,351,845 


3,752,001 


56,830,592 


834,446 


_ 


28.4 


4.4 


67.2 


_ 


Baltimore 


60,305,950 


13,356,553 


2,376,085 


43,883,151 


690,161 


- 


22.2 


3.9 


73.9 


- 


Laivert 


9 7 /. A 19.r\ 


1,564,936 


345,277 


825,873 


8,694 




57.0 


12.6 


30.4 


- 


Caroline 


Z , jUj , Z 


1,550,037 


185,030 


7C/, AQQ 


1 c 9 9 ^: 


A iri 


61.9 


7.4 


30.7 


a 


Car rol 1 




9 CQ^ f.7A 
Z , Dt53 , O / D 


911 7 ^ A 
Z 1 1 , / 34 


2,942,010 


21,792 




A ^ 


J . D 


jU. 


a 


Ceci 1 


5,443,938 


2,401,576 


751,569 


2,239,717 


22,911 


28,165 


44. 1 


13.8 


41.6 


0.5 


Charles 


4,903,766 


2,694,430 


513,043 


1,627,295 


52,073 


16,925 


55.0 


10.5 


34.2 


0.3 


Dorches ter 


o 191 9 9n 
J,Jzi,ZZU 


1,582,088 


582,222 


1,151,830 


5,080 




47.6 


17.5 


34.9 


- 


Fr eder i ck 


Q 7 9 9 Q 9n 
7, / ZZ,7ZU 


3,659,114 


1,600,830 


4,360,312 


101,087 


1 77 
1,3// 


37.6 


16.5 


45.9 


a 


Garret t 


9 A nZi 7 A. 


1,622,145 


389,424 


577,848 


14,957 




62.3 


14.9 


22.8 




Harford 


11,143,015 


4,967,266 


1,595,467 


4,341,829 


236,018 


2,435 


44.6 


14.3 


41. 1 


a 


Howard 


5,675,240 


1,598,642 


347,099 


3,699,799 


27,647 


2,053 


28.2 


6. 1 


65.7 


a 


Kent 


1,904,347 


737,781 


188,602 


970,480 


7,061 


423 


38.8 


9.9 


51.3 


a 


Montgomery 


64,931,669 


13,197,998 


6,596,055 


43,571,664 


1,564,864 


1,088 


20.3 


10.2 


69.5 


a 


Prince George's 


60,181,497 


17,132,417 


7,657,018 


34,145,415 


1,196,646 


50,001 


28.5 


12.7 


58.7 


0.1 


Queen Anne's 


2,196,782 


1,032,829 


256,119 


888,313 


19,521 




47.0 


11.7 


41.3 




St. Mary's 


4,135,954 


2,236,126 


1,020,388 


869,586 


8,854 


1,000 


54.1 


24.7 


21.2 


a 


Somerset 


1,937,628 


1,409,411 


56,040 


468,493 


2,971 


713 


72.8 


2.9 


24.3 


a 


Talbot 


2,176,307 


783,453 


189,947 


1,193,197 


7,980 


1,730 


36.0 


8.7 


55.2 


0.1 


Washington 


10,677,742 


4,377,658 


537,416 


5,474,279 


288,389 




41.0 


5.0 


54.0 




Wicomico 


5,599,378 


2,699,178 


337,906 


2,487,197 


74,545 


552 


48.2 


6.0 


45.8 


a 


Worcester 


2.650.053 


1.205.217 


89.319 


1,321,733 


26.722 


7,062 


45.4 


3.4 


50.9 


0.3 



*Includes current expense for capital outlay and federal funds for school lunch and special milk. 
/Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other school units, and all other sources. 
^Includes sale of property and equipment, insurance recovery, and other nonrevenue receipts. 
*Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

134 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 
(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


local 

l\ C ^ C .L ^ L ^ 


Revenue 




Percer. c 


frr 


~ Eac 




Sc_rce 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 


App ropriations 


Other/ 


Total State 


$402,820,247 


?ijy , i i -L , 






^llO , 303 , / Z J 


CO Q ^ 




3116,047 




8. 





57. 


5 


a 


Allegany 


8,135,506 


3,823, 


647 




3,707,619 


40 


992 


914 




6. 


9 


46. 


1 


a 


Anne Arundel 


27,177,552 




U J 


2,224,517 


12,584,783 




ftA.7 


- 


44.2 


8. 


2 


47 . 


6 


- 


Baltimore City 


89,195,364 


'>ft ail 


Q Q ft 


3,701,947 


SA AA Q 1 7 Q 
JO, •+HO , J. / O 


9 "5 T 


9 A 1 


- 


32.3 


4. 


2 


63.5 


- 


Bal timore 


Di,yu/,oDy 


1 A OA? 


ft "^Q 


2 344 566 




1 7 Q 

1/7 


/i A A 




^ J • 7 


3. 




70.3 




Calvert 


2,866,105 


1,000, 


i i 


'J AS 977 


ft 9 ft7 T 


Q 



AQ A 


_ 




12. 


1 


29. 


1 




Caroline 


2,631,270 


1,676, 


095 


1 J U J \J 


754,489 


15 


226 


430 


A"^ 7 


7. 





29. 


3 


a 


Carroll 


6,153,759 


9 Q7 7 




211,754 


2,942,010 




7Q 9 
/ 7 Z 


1,104 


48.4 


3. 


4 


48.2 


a 


Cecil 


5,715,481 


7 67"? 


1 1 Q 


751,569 


7 7 TQ 717 


22 


7 11 


28,165 


46.8 


13. 


1 


39. 


6 


0.5 


Lnaries 


e 1 Tin 


^ , 7 , 


1 7^1 

1 r U 


S03 1 57 


1 S77 ?QS 


1 1 
1 1 


S S7 


^ c Q c 
ib , y <i 3 


S7 Q 


10. 1 


31. 


7 


U. J 


Dorchester 


3,461,369 


1,722, 


237 


582 , 222 


1 1 =; 1 s ■^n 


5 


080 




49 . 8 


16. 


8 


33. 


4 




Frederick 


10,020,193 


4,065, 


490 


1,600,830 


4,319,873 


32 


423 


1,577 


40.6 


16. 





43. 


4 


a 


Garrett 


2,716,480 


1,734, 


251 


389,424 


577,848 


14 


957 


- 


63.9 


14. 


3 


21. 


8 


- 


Harford 


11,225,646 


5,393, 


541 


1,572,611 


4,207,082 


49 


977 


2,435 


4S. 1 


14. 





37. 


9 


a 


Howard 


5,967,701 


1,891, 


103 


347,099 


3,699,799 


27 


647 


2,053 


31.7 


3. 


8 


62. 


5 


a 


Kent 


1,997,515 


830, 


949 


188,602 


970,480 


7 


061 


423 


41.6 


9. 


5 


48. 


9 


a 


Montgomery 


66,156,414 


16,181, 


750 


6,520,116 


42,746,288 


707 


172 


1,088 


24.4 


9. 


9 


65. 


7 


a 


Prince George's 


62,060,624 


19,542, 


541 


7,657,018 


33,903,675 


907 


514 


49,876 


31.5 


12. 


3 


56. 


1 


0. 1 


Queen Anne' s 


2,295,654 


1,131, 


701 


256,119 


888,313 


19 


521 




49.3 


11. 


2 


39. 


5 




St. Mary's 


4,310,217 


2,410, 


389 


1,020,388 


869,586 


8 


854 


1,000 


55.9 


23. 


7 


20.4 


a 


Somerset 


2,037,924 


1,509, 


707 


56,040 


468,493 


2 


971 


713 


74.1 


2. 


7 


23. 


2 


a 


Talbot 


2,279,087 


886, 


233 


189,947 


1,193,197 


7 


980 


1,730 


38.9 


8, 


3 


52. 


7 


0.1 


Washington 


10,339,654 


4,861, 


945 


537,387 


5,359,355 


80 


967 




44.8 


5. 





50. 


2 




Wicomico 


5,374,346 


2,974, 


146 


337,906 


2,487,197 


74 


545 


552 


50.6 


5. 


8 


43. 


6 


a 


Worcester 


2,733,417 


1,333, 


581 


89,319 


1,321,733 


26 


722 


7,062 


48,1 


3. 


2 


48.4 


0.3 



*Includes current expense for capital outlay and federal funds for school lunch and special milk. 
/Includes the following: tuition, refunds from other school units, and all other sources. 
^Includes sale of property and equipment, insurance recovery, and other nonrevenue receipts. 
aLess than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

135 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 
(Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receipts 




Nonrcvenue^ 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 


Total State 


5 3o2 , 743 , 139 


$119,034,095 


$32, 175, 179 


$228,565,723 


$2,852,095 


$116, 047 


31. 1 


8.4 


60.5 


a 


Allegany 


7 , 730, 124 


3,418,265 


562,334 




/.f\ Q Q 

^KJ yjyi. 


914 


44.2 


7.3 


48.5 


a 


Anne Arundel 


25,737, 190 






12,584,783 


344,847 




A 1 1 
'♦I • 1 


o • / 


9 




Baltimore City 


84,327,090 


23,943,724 


3,701,947 


56,448,178 


233,241 


_ 


28.4 


4.4 


67.2 


- 


Baltimore 


58,846,862 


13,001,842 


2,344,566 


43,321,010 


179,444 


- 


22.1 


4.0 


73.9 


- 


Calvert 


2. ,744 ,780 


1,564,936 


345,277 


825,873 


8,694 




57.0 


12.6 


30.4 


- 


Caro line 


O C Ac Oil 

2 , 505 ,21^ 


1,550,037 


185,030 


7 C/, /,QQ 


Ljy£.£.0 


4 JU 


61.9 


7.4 


30.7 


a 


Carroll 


5 ,8o^ , 33o 


, DO J J D / O 


911 I'^L 
£. L L J / 


2,942,010 


21,792 


1 1 A/. 

1,1 UA 


J • o 




J u . o 


a 


Ceci 1 


5,443,938 


2,401,576 


751,569 


2,239,717 


22,911 


28,165 


44.1 


13.8 


41.6 


0.5 


Charles 


4,769,547 


2,660,613 


503,157 


1,577,295 


11,557 


16,925 


55.8 


10.5 


33.3 


0.4 


Dorchester 


1 111 O O A 

3,321 ,220 


1,582,088 


582,222 


1,151,830 


5,080 




47.6 


17.5 


34.9 


- 


Frederick 


9 , 568, 506 


3,613,803 


1,600,830 


4,319,873 


32,423 


1 C T "7 
1,5// 


37.8 


16.7 


45. 5 


a 


\JO L I C I. 1. 


2,604,374 


1,622,145 


389,424 


577,848 


14,957 




62.3 


14.9 


22.8 




Harford 


10,663,809 


4,831,704 


1,572,611 


4,207.082 


49,977 


2,435 


45.3 


14.8 


39.9 


a 


Howard 


5,675,240 


1,598,642 


347,099 


3,699,799 


27,647 


2,053 


28.2 


6. 1 


65.7 


a 


Kent 


1,904,347 


737,781 


188,602 


970,480 


7,061 


423 


38.7 


9.9 


51.4 


a 


Montgomery 


62,600,555 


12,625,891 


6,520,116 


42,746.288 


707, 172 


1,088 


20.2 


10.4 


69.4 


a 


Prince George's 


59.463,106 


16,945,023 


7,657,018 


33,903,675 


907,514 


49,876 


28.5 


12.9 


58.5 


0.1 


Queen Anne' s 


2,196,782 


1,032,829 


256,119 


888,313 


19,521 




47.0 


11.7 


41.3 




St. Mary's 


4,135,954 


2,236,126 


1,020,388 


869,586 


8,854 


1,000 


54.1 


24.7 


21.2 


a 


Somerset 


1,937,628 


1,409,411 


56,040 


468,493 


2,971 


713 


72.8 


2.9 


24.3 


a 


Talbot 


2,176,307 


783,453 


189,947 


1 , 193,197 


7,980 


1,730 


36.0 


8.7 


55.2 


0.1 


Washington 


10,278,801 


4,301,092 


537,387 


5,359,355 


80,967 




41.9 


5.2 


52.9 




Wicomico 


5,599,378 


2,699,178 


337,906 


2,487,197 


74,545 


552 


48.2 


6.0 


45.8 


a 


Worcester 


2,650,053 


1,205,217 


89,319 


1,321,733 


26,722 


7,062 


45.5 


3.4 


50.9 


0.2 



*Includes current expense for capital outlay and federal funds for school lunch and special milk. 
/Includes the following: tuition, refunds, transfers from other school units, and all other sources, 
j'includes sale of property and equipment, insurance recovery, and other nonrevenue receipts. 
^Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

136 



Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Community Colleges: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue 


Percent from Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other/ 




S8 094 720 


$2,035,169 


$203,783 


$2,807,286 


$3,048,357 


SIPS 


25.2 


2.5 


72.3 


a 


nx xcKally 




93,847 


13,500 


308 150 


132 318 




17.1 


2.5 


80.4 


- 


fu lite i\L U L 1 ^ X 


429,738 


127,733 




147,355 


154^650 




29.7 




70.3 




Baltimore City 


1,441,794 


408,121 


50,054 


382,414 


601,205 


- 


28.3 


3.5 


68.2 


- 


Baltimore 


1,459,088 


354,711 


31,519 


562,141 


510,717 


- 


24.3 


2.2 


73.5 


- 


Calvert 




- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Cfirn 1 1 np 






















Carroll 








- 


- 












Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


134,219 


33,817 


9,886 


50,000 


40,516 




25.2 


7.4 


67.4 


- 


TV) T*rhp Q t" PT* 














- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


154,414 


AC Oil 

^•3,311 




40,439 


68,664 




29 . 3 




70.7 




Garrett 






















Harford 


479,206 


135,562 


22,856 


134,747 


186,041 




28.3 


4.8 


66.9 




Howard 






















Kent 






















Montgomery 


2,331,114 


572,107 


75,939 


825,376 


857,692 




24.5 


3.3 


72.2 




Prince George's 


718,391 


187,394 




241,740 


289,132 


125 


26.1 




73.9 


a 


Queen Anne's 






















St. Mary's 






















Somerset 






















Talbot 






















Washington 


398,941 


76,566 


29 


114,924 


207,422 




19.2 


a 


80.8 




Wicomico 






















Worcester 























♦Includes current expense for capital outlay. 
/Includes the following: tuition, other sources. 

^Includes sale of property and equipment, insurance recovery, and other nonrevenue receipts. 
^Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

137 



Receipts from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Non revenue* 


Percent from Each 


Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other 


Total State 


$114, 137 ,938 


$3,731,065 


$5,307,896 


$9,862,130 


$955 


$95,235,892 


3.3 


4.7 


8.6 


83.4 


Allegany 


729,792 


- 


65,464 


318,000 


955 


345,373 


- 


9.0 


43.6 


47.4 


Anne Arundel 


5, 191,910 


322,500 


582,576 






4,286,834 


6.2 


11.2 




82. 6 


Baltimore City 


21,864,340 


440,500 




2,823,840 


_ 


18,600,000 


2.0 




12.9 


85.1 


Baltimore 


14,002,955 


408,639 


_ 


1,050,000 


_ 


12,544,316 


2.9 


_ 


7.5 


89.6 


Calvert 


3,877 




31 




_ 


3,846 




0.8 




99. 2 


Caroline 


400,828 


72.338 


- 


23,490 




305,000 


18.0 


- 


5.9 


76.1 


Carroll 


1,505,930 


126,370 




1,377,111 




2,449 


8.4 




91.4 


0.2 


Cecil 


4,141,448 


470,000 


180,000 




_ 


3,491,448 


11.3 


4.4 




84.3 


Charles 


1,354,219 






_ 


_ 


1,354,219 






_ 




Dorchester 


1,000,000 


_ 




- 


- 


1,000,000 


_ 


_ 


_ 


100. 


Frederick 


3,806,930 


63,500 








3,743,430 


1.7 






98.3 


Garret t 


VO£. J O J J 


278,250 


84,000 


61,901 




£. JO f 1 \J£. 


40.7 


12.3 


9.1 


J / . — 


Harford 


6,460,271 




459,093 






6,001,178 




7.1 




92.9 


Howard 


2,462,805 






99,587 




2,363,218 






4.0 


96.0 


Kent 


129,109 


21,232 




106,906 




971 


16.4 




82.8 


0,8 


Montgomery 


15,417,375 




761,870 


3,655,505 




11,000,000 




4.9 


23.7 


71.4 


Prince George's 


24,064,344 


351,250 


2,744,911 






20,968,183 


1.5 


11.4 




87.1 


Queen Anne's 


770,862 


387,721 


189,327 


69,999 




123,815 


50.3 


24.5 


9.1 


16.1 


St. Mary's 


1,275,090 


62,456 


240,624 


150,490 




821,520 


4.9 


18.9 


11.8 


64.4 


Somerset 


108,366 






19,539 




88,827 






18.0 


82.0 


Talbot 


1,150,000 










1,150,000 








100,0 


Washington 


535,000 


535,000 










100.0 








Wicomico 


6,774,741 


191,309 




105,762 




6,477,670 


2.8 




1.6 


95.6 


Worcester 


304,893 










304,893 








100,0 



♦Includes sale of bonds, property, and equipment; insurance recovery; and interest. 



TABLE 

138 



Receipts from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 
Receipts 


Revenue 


Nonrevenue 


Percent from 


Each Source 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Non- 
revenue 


Appropriations 


Other 


Total State 


6 c:/. no o Q c; 1 
934, U9Z , 03 i 


$11,705,929 


- 


$41,708,969 


$677,953 




21.6 


- 


78.4 


- 


Allegany 


937,004 


253,064 


- 


AJ?/. Ann 

DOM- , DUU 






27.0 


- 


73.0 


- 


Anne Arundel 


09 J .HUZ 


1 1 1 Q AQO 

1 y 1 l7 , D7 u 




3,115,462 


458,250 




9 T Q 








Baltimore City 


8,300,389 


2,677,162 


- 


5,475,050 


148,177 


_ 


32.3 


- 


67.7 


- 


Baltimore 


11,043,577 


1,629,272 


- 


9,414,305 


- 


- 


14.8 


- 


85.2 


- 


Calvert 




97,781 


- 


188,000 


- 




34.2 


- 


65.8 


- 


Caroline 




90,739 


- 


15 U , H 






32.3 


- 


67.7 


- 


Carro i i 


0/. Q ^ 1 T 


Qi 7 on 

7 1,/ v/*-' 




157,813 


- 




JO • o 




f^'K 9 
D J • Z 




Cecil 


809,661 


193,796 


- 


615,865 


- 


_ 


23.9 


- 


76. 1 


- 


Charles 


566,693 


187,770 


- 


378,923 


- 


- 


33.1 


- 


66.9 


- 


Dorchester 


J Jo , i jU 


105,273 


- 


232,877 


- 




31.1 


- 


68.9 


- 


Frederick 


1 , / U, 0o3 


260,576 




1,410,109 






15.6 




84.4 




Garrett 


264,432 


96,105 




168,327 






36.3 




63.7 




Harford 


1,357,442 


418,342 




939,100 






30.8 




69.2 




Howard 


723,359 


171,815 




551,544 






23.8 




76.2 




Kent 


124,095 


28,940 




95,155 






23.3 




Ib.l 




Montgomery 


8,654,187 


1,422,407 




7,160,254 


71,526 




16.4 




83.6 




Prince George's 


9,984,042 


2,135,612 




7,848,430 






21.4 




78.6 




Queen Anne's 


234,847 


37,940 




196,907 






16.2 




83.8 




St. Mary's 


273,014 


115,084 




157,930 






42.2 




57.8 




Somerset 


188,017 


81,031 




106,986 






43.1 




56.9 




Talbot 


393,822 


55,578 




338,244 






14.1 




85.9 




Washington 


1,640,991 


328,599 




1,312,392 






20.0 




80.0 




Wicomico 


758,207 


14,689 




743,518 






1.9 




98.1 




Worcester 


319,648 


92,964 




226,684 






29. 1 




70.9 





TABLE 

139 



Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School and Community College Purposes: 1965-66 







Current Expenses 


Paid Direct By State 


School Construction 
and Debt Service 


Local Unit 


Total 
State 
Funds 


State Share 
of 
Current 

Pvnfin a 

CiA 113 c 


Current 
Expense 
Incentive 
Aid 


Trans- 
portation 


Physical 

Exam- 
inat ion 
of Bus 
Dr ivG rs 


Handi- 
capped 

CYi i 1 Hr-pn 


Adult 
Edu- 


Driver 
Edu- 


Consminlty 
Colleges 


Teachers' 
Retirement 

^ \7 G ^ Am 


Teachers ' 
Social 

i>7C\. U L i. 1. y 


Incentive 
Funds for 
School 

Rill 1/1^ n o c 


Communi ty 

College 
Building 


Total State 


$156,583,366 


$97,671,215 


$1,986,958 


$14,864,370 


$17,713 


53,810,058 


$85,090 


$598,691 


$2,035,170 


$11,502,918 


$8,574,187 


$13,315,607 


$2, 121,389 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


4,170,558 
13,593,328 
32,337,781 
18,455,461 

1,784,042 


2,907,007 
8,972,723 
22,185,934 
9,681,566 
1,196,545 


434,573 


470,324 
1,367,848 

570,446 
2,185,601 

351,671 


870 
3,870 
435 
65 
435 


38,905 
238.602 
1,068,866 
609,623 
12,033 


682 

34,155 
9,336 
252 


477 

83,888 
81 .078 
4.000 


93,847 
127,733 
408,121 
354,711 


230,040 
806,797 
2,863,762 
1,757,342 
64,518 


175,342 
633,565 
2,004,512 
1,303,655 
56,807 


253.064 
1.119.690 
2,677,162 
1,629,272 
97,781 


322,500 
440,500 
408,639 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


1,839,172 
3,195,169 
3,336,915 
3,123,763 
1,827,510 


1,172,045 
2,093,802 
1,962,315 
2,053,790 
1,216,948 


52,887 
46,097 

46,598 


301,637 
500,053 
398,720 
532,138 
343,160 


702 
810 
825 
324 
640 


14.155 
33,699 
29,107 
13,632 
17,028 


1,139 
131 

1,500 
960 
882 


7.472 
11.084 

9,109 
13.171 

3,430 


33,817 


73,396 
165,970 
156,847 
134,840 

79,957 


52.662 
125,453 
114.696 
106.723 

60,192 


♦163,077 
218,070 

♦663,796 
187,770 
105,273 




Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


4,434,877 
2,108,606 
5,947,445 
2,062,918 
881,121 


2,834,572 
1,220,236 
3,687,589 
1,081,403 
516,763 


142,556 

216,902 
24,643 
34,117 


540,984 
391,196 
838,844 
459,231 
175,234 


837 
640 
1,520 
790 
180 


68,928 
9,600 
78,931 
24,281 
6,761 


9,830 
406 

2.759 
67 
501 


16,096 
67 
5.161 
8.227 
4,225 


45,311 
135.563 


261,862 
66,486 
317,837 
163,611 
52,153 


189,825 
45,620 
243,997 
128,850 
41,015 


260,576 
♦374,355 
418.342 
171.815 
50,172 


63,500 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne's 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


18,176,264 
22,216,797 
1,557,362 
2,587,929 
1,590,738 


9,781,241 
14,312,505 
738,248 
1,725,380 
1,153,619 


354 , 098 
533,668 
16,680 
57,298 


1,433,855 
1,480,084 
263,922 
412,639 
233,941 


2,821 
330 


857,287 
489,853 
9,731 
27,752 
15,839 


5.000 
6,995 
1,829 
929 
960 


191,589 
121,918 
2,419 
12,128 
4,721 


572,107 
187.394 


2,135,613 
1,342.013 
54.614 
98.112 
57,680 


1,420,246 
1,255,505 
44,258 
76,151 
42,616 


1,422,407 
2,135,612 
425,661 
177,540 
81,032 


351,250 


Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


941,811 
5,802,110 
3,180,144 
1.431.545 


557,042 
3,578,227 
2,197,313 

844.402 


7,568 
19,273 


197,530 
602,505 
475,956 
336.851 


390 

697 
532 


17,780 
86,254 
22,914 
18.497 


1,336 
3,460 
1,191 

790 


1,807 
11,373 
1,106 
4.145 


76,566 


58,331 
331.701 
153.787 

75.649 


44,449 
229,152 
121,181 

57.715 


55,578 
328,599 
205,999 

92.964 


535,000 



♦Includes the following from State Grants: Caroline, $72,338; Cecil, $470,000; Garrett, $278,250. 



TABLE 

140 



Receipts from the Federal Government for Public School and Community College Purposes in Maryland: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 
Federal 
Funds 


Vocat ion- 
al 

Education 


School 
Lunch and 
Spec ial 
Milk 


Assistance to 
Impacted Areas 


Area 
Redevel - 
opment 
Act 


Manpower 
Develop- 
ment and 
Tra ining 
Act 


National 
Defense 
Education 
Act 


Economic 
Oppor- 
tunity 
Act 


Elementary 

and 
Secondary 
Education 

Act 


Civil 
Defense 
Adult 
Educa- 
tion 


Higher 
Educa- 
tion 


Other* 


Current 
Expense 
(P.L.874) 


School 
Construc- 
tion Fund 
(P.L.815) 


Total State 


$37,686,858 


$2,450,570 


$3,439,015 


$16 , 330 ,419 


$3,039,040 


$3,348 


$609,688 


$1,623,072 


$3,365,182 


$5,864,905 


$3,143 


$765,870 


$192,606 


n 1 1 cgany 


641 298 


44 931 


112 072 


93,715 


_ 


3 , 348 


4 7 75 


50 782 


66,491 


264 , 944 


240 






Anne Arundel 


2,807,093 


33)479 


303)374 


1,884,141 


476,412 






109,687 








- 


- 


Baltimore City 


3,752,001 


348,698 


401,588 


556,389 


_ 


- 


264,586 


308,829 


809,398 


993,712 


- 


- 


68,801 


Bait Imore 


2,376,085 


45,445 


584,673 


687,283 


- 


- 


54 , 900 


139,939 


218,068 


621 ,400 


- 


- 


24,377 


Calvert 


345,308 


5,164 


23,839 


109 , 39/ 




- 


- 


9,938 


56,858 


140,112 


- 


- 


- 




185,030 


8,237 


24 ,079 


_ 


_ 






19 896 


34 , 7 7 8 


98 040 








Carroll 


211,754 


19)915 


66,290 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


47)140 


43,010 


35,399 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


931,569 


261,648 


47,372 


321,533 


- 


- 


10,469 


37,946 


34,169 


218,432 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


513,043 


11,028 


48,611 


418,837 




- 


- 


26,380 


3,187 


5,000 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


582,222 


11,160 


26,186 






- 


87,183 


18,770 


432,434 


6,489 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


1,600,830 


148,965 


99,154 


555,602 






32,661 


89,602 


212,421 


458,425 




4,000 




Garrett 


473,424 


93,014 


35,295 










20,971 


178,021 


146,003 


120 






Harford 


2,054,560 


442,102 


127,713 


935,155 


39,093 






153,083 


60,818 


296,596 








Howard 


347,099 


832 


73,490 


205,044 








65,618 






615 




1,500 


Kent 


188,602 


4,052 


18,589 










9,722 


24,325 


131,914 








Montgomery 


7,357,925 


154,288 


520,731 


3,868,765 






109,641 


200,068 


488,455 


1 ,156,211 




761,870 


97,896 


Prince George's 


10,401,929 


569,392 


634,260 


5,824,470 


2,282,911 




20,523 


144,644 


398,357 


525,324 


2,048 






Queen Anne's 


445,446 


192,514 


24,595 










4,010 


81,975 


142,292 


60 






St. Mary's 


1 ,261,012 


9,703 


38,485 


546,512 


240,624 






28,794 


137,017 


259,877 








Somerset 


56,040 


624 


12,161 










581 


37,345 


5,329 








Talbot 


189,947 




19,213 










3,591 


18,306 


148,837 








Washington 


537,416 


26,942 


114,173 


289,193 








107,079 










29 


Wicomico 


337,906 


8,820 


56,835 








17,550 


14,323 


29,749 


210,569 


60 






Worcester 


89,319 


9,617 


26,237 


34,383 






7,400 


11,679 










3 



♦Includes the following: Baltimore City - Adult Education, $50,228; Equal Educational Opportunity Projects, $18,484; Veterans Certification Fees, $89. 
Baltimore - Business Education Equipment, $20,117; Urban Development, $4,260. Howard - Trade and Industry Workshop, $1,500. Montgomery - National Institute 
of Health, $19,200; Handicapped Adolescents Grant, $41,754; Health Education and Welfare, $34,145; Atomic Energy Commission Grant, $2,797. Washington - P.L.550, 
$29. Worcester - P.L. 88-523, $3. 



TABLE 

141 



Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Local Boards of Education: 1965-66 











Outgoing Transfers 


Current Expenses 




Total 


Interest 




To Other 


Tuition - 


School 


Total 




Pupil 




Local Unit 


Di sbur se- 


for Debt 


Capital 


Srhnnl 


H ;i nH 1 c ^ nnpH 


T 11 np h ;^ n H 


r" 11 rrpn t" 


Tn^t"i"iiPl" 1 nn 




Heal th 




ments 


Service* 


Outlay* 


Units 


Ch i 1 Hrpn 


^nppi;il Millf 








OCIVI^CO 


Total State 


$540,729,453 


$21,177,124 


$120,676,486 








t-OQA 17^ Q1Q 


^0Q£. *lt OQA 
^^OO . J3D , ZOU 


e^l 10Q OO/. 
$ J , IZO , ZZtf 


$oU J ,518 


Allegany 


9,714,916 


226,517 


1,247,347 


1,068 


_ 


112,072 


8,127.912 


5,685,091 


57,320 


20,981 


Anne Arundel 


35,462,881 


1,990,721 


6,795,290 


44 


23,253 


303.374 


26.350.199 


19,842,582 


178,151 




Da L L LllW L ti l^J.Ly 


1 1 7 nfi7 Qni 








jyy , Zoo 


/. 1 C Q Q 


QQ Ql/. OOQ 

oo . jjH , yzo 


<iA "7 <i 7 A "3 
O'f , / D / , 't J J 


7 7 1 7 7 


1 1 A 7 fi 

I lb /o 


Baltimore 


83,184,496 


4,017,724 


19,313,011 


O Q 
OO 


ir\ c c "7 
/U , jDj 


C Q A £^~T 
DOH , / J 


jy , lyo J 


AT £ O Q OAT 
i , OOO , i 


7 Qr\ A 7 C 

J9U , U 35 


7 7 A CIO 

z 34 , 51 J 


Calvert 


2,814,339 


85,788 


19,369 


oib 




O T Q O 

i J , ojy 


O CQ/. T O "7 

1 , 0o4 f f H 


1 7 Q Q 7 O t 
1 , / 9 , / 


7 1 7 O 

Ji , 2d2 


C 7 7 7 
0,2/3 


Caroline 


2,824,877 


93,362 


193,780 


168 


_ 


24,079 


2,513.488 


1,765,502 


21,464 


1,228 


Carroll 


7,745,277 


121,814 


1,652,060 


744 


- 


66,290 


5,904,369 


4,339,002 


30,091 


- 


Cec i 1 




100 , JOO 


1 1 ^ T iCi 
L f L J J , J JU 


3 , 656 


1 ,080 


47 , 372 


5 ,487 , 963 


3 , 929 , 856 


34,666 


4,490 


Charles 


7,921,194 


240,505 


2,447,623 


232 


3,500 


48 , 61 1 


c ion T 1 

5 , 180 ,723 


1 / / ~} Oil 

3,Uh7 ,813 


48 , 524 


683 


Dorchester 


3,686,581 


119, 152 


352,905 


2,032 


1 , 800 


26 , 186 


3 , 184 , 506 


2,173, 701 


11 ,653 


9 , 768 


Frederick 


14,207,346 


747,907 


4,099,726 


2,784 




99,154 


9,257,775 


6,825,282 


47,271 


26,132 


Garrett 


3,427,102 


48,059 


714,680 


9,107 


600 


35,295 


2,619,361 


1,711,071 


12,497 


13,669 


Harford 


16,792,348 


625,620 


4,536,799 


28 


5,360 


127,713 


11,496,828 


8,033,488 


51,498 


13,392 


Howard 


7,973,787 


266,468 


1,977,739 


884 


6,990 


73,490 


5,648,216 


4,153,663 


44,228 


2,251 


Kent 


2,099,972 


23,482 


165,065 




1,500 


18,589 


1,891,336 


1,358,031 


20,607 


6,627 


Montgomery 


89,850,130 


2,958,836 


17,219,400 


3,636 


323,353 


520,731 


68,824,174 


49,161,488 


868,681 


833 


Prince George's 


86,777,935 


3,897,240 


24,495,092 


612 


180,028 


634,260 


57,570,703 


43,466,393 


319,949 


284,657 


Queen Anne ' s 


3,783,216 


117,429 


1,419,626 


3,202 




24,595 


2,218,364 


1,479,601 


10,547 


354 


St. Mary's 


5,547,702 


132,437 


1,258,066 




2,425 


38,485 


4,116,289 


2,860,588 


45,934 


6,678 


Somerset 


2,230,997 


58,901 


127,762 


1,500 




12,161 


2,030,673 


1,436,362 


9,870 




Talbot 


3,763,241 


145,114 


1,458,345 


232 


3,000 


19,213 


2,137,337 


1,505,146 


11,097 


796 


Washington 


15,893,539 


563,041 


4,155,916 






114,173 


11,060,409 


7,959,569 


66,932 


39,454 


Wicomico 


7,895,839 


256,843 


1,941,288 




6,300 


56,835 


5,634,573 


4,110,681 


31,098 


16,261 


Worcester 


3,159,870 


54,209 


375,537 


164 


1,200 


26,237 


2,702,523 


1,856,950 


11,117 





*Includes disbursements for community colleges. 



TABLE 

141 



Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Local Boards of Education: 1965-66 





Current Expenses (continued) 




Operation 


Mainte- 




Pupil 








Student 


Com- 


Com- 


Local Unit 


of Plant and 


nance of 




Trans- 


Adinin- 


Fixed 


Food 


Body 


mun i t y 


mu n i t y 




Equ i pment 


Plant 




portation 


i s t rat ion 


Charges?* 


Services^ 


Ac t iv i t ies 


Services 


Pol 1 ppp*; 


Total State 




CIO ill fi 1 on 




elt; 1T7 "370 


9 / , J\JH , OD / 


Ofi 7 19 "^^7 




p J JU , H\} 1 


<;7QQ QQ9 


9 / , HUD , uu i 


Allegany 


694,060 


210,575 




480,582 


94,814 


493,820 


44,003 


3,437 


1,656 


341,573 


Anne Arundel 


1,753,822 


620,715 




1,395,737 


399,825 


1,775,821 




17,345 




366,201 


Baltimore City 


7,767,692 


3,086,722 




601,631 


1 ,699,425 


7,691,855 


48,976 


266,695 


300,000 


1 ,414,269 


Baltimore 


5,449,526 


2,504,451 




1 ,996,404 


720,501 


3,584,479 


114,248 


60,692 


44,006 


1 ,411 , 347 


Calvert 


161,634 


83,381 




369,192 


72,583 


143,606 


18,070 








Caroline 


162,635 


62,359 




300,303 


36,621 


152,254 


2,588 


8,534 


- 


- 


Carroll 


319,023 


204,315 




500,863 


97,154 


334,376 


22,964 


41,090 


15,491 




Cecil 


446, 373 


178, 786 




410,949 


139,087 


324, 121 


3, 131 




16 , 504 




Charles 


345,882 


102,230 




548,077 


99,233 


284,571 


23,569 


9,752 


117,767 


152,622 


Dorchester 


213,080 


148,506 




374,827 


70,219 


166,442 


12,864 


3,446 






Frederick 


643,195 


262,614 




505,923 


170,443 


542,808 


77,617 




26,185 


130,305 


Garrett 


151,343 


74,501 




450,496 


45,022 


132,040 


26,649 


2,073 






Harford 


751,896 


504,490 




843,217 


207,598 


645,759 


5,148 






440,342 


Howard 


349,151 


145,489 




504,951 


86,229 


334,440 




27,014 


800 




Kent 


101,261 


43,689 




185,689 


48,911 


113,575 


9,088 


7 


3,851 




Montgomery 


5,550,408 


2,141,656 




1,520,290 


2,142,606 


4,956,287 


27,439 




149,969 


2,304,517 


Prince George's 


4,682,202 


2,388,575 




1,518,019 


666,045 


3,272,783 


363,415 




15,896 


514,990 


Queen Anne ' s 


110,364 


86,015 




266,668 


47,836 


129,665 


42,567 




44,747 




St. Mary's 


304,811 


138,543 




434,907 


98,572 


206,372 


16,155 


3,629 


100 




Somerset 


118,587 


65,698 




234,380 


30,341 


118,705 


728 


2,100 


13,902 




Talbot 


153,836 


71,073 




205,921 


44,608 


120,121 


12,437 


2,385 


9,917 




Washington 


889,471 


250,403 




663,195 


163,240 


685,995 


12,315 






329,835 


Wicomico 


387,231 


137,228 




483,643 


73,523 


335,939 


26,355 


4,423 


28,191 




Worcester 


175,307 


98,166 




341,515 


50,431 


166,513 


2,524 









■/includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security paid direct by State. 

f Excludes federal reimbursement for school lunch and special milk shown as an outgoing transfer in column 6. 



TABLE 

142 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Total Instruction 











Supplies and Materials 












Total 










Local Unit 


Total 


Salaries 


Con- 


Suppl ies 


Text- 


Library 




Other 




Instruc t ion 


and Wages 


tracted 


and 


books 


Books 


Other 


Charges 








Services 


Materials 










Total State 


$286,356,280 


$269, 174,060 


$455,673 


$14,175,059 


$4,702,725 


$2,586,227 


$6,886,107 


$2,551,488 


Allegany 


5,685,091 


5,387,735 


2,955 


265,107 


74,707 


36,575 


153,825 


29,294 


Anne Arundel 


19,842,582 


18,688,873 


3,742 


1,007,384 


376,939 


110,981 


519,464 


142,583 


Baltimore City 


64 , 767 ,453 


61 , 883 ,068 


26,352 


2,635,100 


1 ,070,922 


354,352 


1,209,826 


222,933 


Baltimore 


42 ,688,241 


40,681 ,608 


25, 130 


1,795,098 


702,070 


186,179 


906,849 


186 ,405 


Calvert 


1 , 798, 726 


1,677, 322 


4,255 


108,492 


28,421 


35,988 


44,083 


8,657 


Caroline 


1,765,502 


1,638,013 


7,794 


81,881 


27,138 


19,550 


35,193 


37,814 


Carroll 


4,339,002 


4,018,267 


15,594 


258,463 


60,243 


89,907 


108,313 


46,678 


Cecil 


3,929,856 


3,591, 775 


— 


304,466 


68,364 


74,665 


161,437 


33,615 


Charles 


3,447,813 


3 , 231 ,442 


7 , 281 


178,079 


46,303 


27 ,873 


103,903 


31,011 


Dorchester 


2 , 173,701 


2,009,050 


12,831 


1 rtA fi7Q 








42 , 941 


Frederick 


6,825,282 


6,330,970 


6,558 


352,116 


127,540 


76,900 


147,676 


135,638 


Garrett 


1,711,071 


1,581,349 


566 


119,312 


16,749 


13,978 


88,585 


9,844 


Harford 


8,033,488 


7,425,492 


15,104 


574,712 


220,666 


65,177 


288,869 


18,180 


Howard 


4,153,663 


3,840,451 


13,798 


251,472 


104,495 


53,864 


93,113 


47,942 


Kent 


1,358,031 


1,270,262 


4,222 


56,050 


17,298 


10,020 


28,732 


27,497 


Montgomery 


49,161,488 


45,994,949 


110,309 


2,695,323 


636,644 


878,390 


1 ,180,289 


360,907 


Prince George's 


43,466,393 


40,207,082 


179,144 


2,229,208 


794,486 


322,416 


1,112,306 


850,959 


Queen Anne' s 


1,479,601 


1,378,241 


3,115 


89,843 


19,598 


10,222 


60,023 


8,402 


St. Mary's 


2,860,588 


2,607,422 


3,781 


232,721 


50,376 


64,118 


118,227 


16,664 


Somerset 


1,436,362 


1,341,106 


7,377 


56,198 


23,146 


21,570 


11,482 


31,681 


Talbot 


1,505,146 


1,405,946 


1,515 


87,357 


23,989 


22,334 


41,034 


10,328 


Washington 


7,959,569 


7,396,655 




380,955 


66,387 


25,129 


289,439 


181,959 


Wicomico 


4,110,681 


3,836,530 


4,250 


219,304 


60,367 


53,226 


105,711 


50,597 


Worcester 


1,856,950 


1,750,452 




87,539 


33,926 


9,334 


44,279 


18,959 



TABLE 

142 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Adult Education 











Supplies and Materials 












Total 










Local Unit 


Total 


Salaries 


Con- 


Suppl ies 


Text- 


Library 




Other 




Adult 


and Wages 


tracted 


and 


books 


Books 


Other 


Charges 




Education 




Services 


Materials 










Total State 


$1,527,036 


$1,387,045 


$249 


$119,183 


$8,040 


$60 


$111,083 


$20,559 


Allegany 


30,591 


27,338 


- 


3,073 






3,073 


180 


Anne Arundel 


















Baltimore City 


820,879 


743,014 


_ 


75,165 


_ 


_ 


75,165 


2,700 


Baltimore 


200,435 


187,542 


- 


12,493 


_ 


_ 


12,493 


400 


Calvert 


5,931 


3,284 


249 


1,697 


10 


60 


1,627 


701 


Caroline 


7,084 


4,974 


- 


1,918 


1, 918 






192 


Carroll 


2 , 942 


2 , 799 












143 


Cecil 


19,255 


13,773 




5,482 


_ 


_ 


5,482 




Charles 


7,705 


7,705 


- 




_ 






_ 


Dorchester 


21,242 


18,824 


- 


2,418 


931 


- 


1,487 


- 


Frederick 


27,030 


26,944 




11 






11 


75 


Garrett 


7,856 


7,856 














Harford 


8,555 


8,555 














Howard 


















Kent 


1,082 


918 












164 


Montgomery 


116,676 


110,363 




6,313 






6,313 




Prince George's 


194,502 


175,903 




3,789 


3,789 






14,810 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,046 


3,948 




98 


98 








St. Mary's 


4,785 


3,857 




928 


928 








Somerset 


1,663 


1,384 












279 


Talbot 


1,587 


1,208 




329 






329 


50 


Washington 


16,950 


16,950 














Wicomico 


22,220 


16,823 




4,877 


366 




4,511 


520 


Worcester 


4,020 


3,083 




592 






592 


345 



TABLE 

143 



Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 





Pupil Personnel Services 


Health Services 




Total 




















Local Unit 


Pupil 


Salaries 


Contracted 


Supplies 


Other 


Total 


Salaries 


Contracted 


Supplies 


Other 




Personnel 


and 


Services 


and 


Charges 


Health 


and 


Services 


and 


Charges 




Services 


Wages 




Materials 




Services 


Wages 




Mater ial s 






$3,128,224 


$2,972,837 


$806 


$81,423 


$73,158 


$805,518 


$655,739 


$62,691 


$31,148 


$55,940 


Allegany 


57,320 


53,700 


- 


612 


3,008 


20,981 


17,676 


1,102 


1,602 


601 


Anne Arundel 


178,151 


164,299 


- 


1,300 


12,552 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


It"! mn TP C i tv 


773,732 


742,380 


- 


21,978 


9,374 


116,478 


98,927 


- 


1,694 


15,857 


Ral t" "i m f\ y £\ 
Do 1. L XlllUI C 


390,035 


377,674 


- 


1,767 


10,594 


234,513 


224,857 


5,456 


3,573 


627 


Pal I/O r- ^ 


31,262 


28,548 


- 


389 


2,325 


6,273 


1,523 


3,574 


1,084 


92 


Caroline 


21,464 


19,750 


745 


815 


154 


1,228 


_ 


- 


168 


1,060 


Carroll 


30,091 


27,972 


- 


684 


1,435 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


r <a r 1 1 


34,666 


32,164 


- 


102 


2,400 


4,490 


3,250 


134 


656 


450 


PVlfl T" 1 P ^ 


48,524 


45,482 


- 


1,125 


1,917 


683 


- 


- 


683 


- 




11 ,653 


10,967 






686 


9,768 


4 , 747 


221 


63 


4,737 


Frederick 


47,271 


45,213 




1,178 


880 


26,132 


22,469 




2,140 


1,523 


Garrett 


12,497 


11,391 






1,106 


13,669 


4,278 


2,757 


1,146 


5,488 


Harford 


51,498 


49,444 




1,613 


441 


13,392 


9,187 


892 


3,313 




Howard 


44,228 


41,529 




2,259 


440 


2,251 






1,327 


924 


Kent 


20,607 


18,275 


61 




2,271 


6,627 


2,800 


3,827 






Montgomery 


868,681 


845,731 




4,671 


18,279 


833 


833 








Prince George ' s 


319,949 


281,836 




38,006 


107 


284,657 


249,538 




10,649 


24,470 


Queen Anne ' s 


10,547 


9,800 




611 


136 


354 


129 


194 




31 


St. Mary's 


45,934 


41,841 




1,065 


3,028 


6,678 




3,833 


2,845 




Somerset 


9,870 


9,067 




184 


619 












Talbot 


11,097 


9,800 




609 


688 


796 




796 






Washington 


66,932 


66,203 




655 


74 


39,454 




39,454 






Wicomico 


31,098 


29,081 




1,436 


581 


16,261 


15,525 


451 


205 


80 


Worcester 


11,117 


10,690 




364 


63 













TABLE 

144 



Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 


Salaries 
and 


Contracted 

OCl. V 


Supplies 
and 


Other Charges 


Total 
Other 
Charges 


Coramuni- 
cations 


Utilities 


Heat 
for 
Buildings 


Other 


1 O L 3 1 O L3 LC 


c-^l AQO 7Qn 








$10,393,243 


$863,891 


$5,644,517 


$3,582,618 


$302,217 


All 

Al legany 






^ , VJ O J 


■^Q 7 7 S 


1 Q T Q QQ 

i y J , Oyy 




IOC 717 


J 1 , D i J 




Anne Arundel 


1,753,822 


968,288 


15,276 




711,679 


66,142 


377,767 


265,793 


1,977 


Baltimore City 


7,767,692 


5,345,715 


126,376 


233,913 


2,061,688 


233,140 


1,098,435 


690,840 


39,273 




J , 7 , -J 


-?,'+OU,Ji.U 


11 101 


210 ,251 


1,721,446 


145,257 


1,024,326 


485,064 


66,799 


\j3i JL ver t 


i D i , O JH 


O V , _^ 7 J 


1 77 


11 071 


69,839 


7,639 


30,957 


30,943 


300 


^ aLU 1 1 Uc 




7 S 671 


7Q1 

^ 7 J 


16 574 




ft Q 1 


, 030 


9 C QA *^ 
Z J , OH J 




Carroll 


319,023 


134,664 




15^307 


169,052 




90,778 


62,580 


15,694 


Cecil 


446,373 


227,520 




21,143 


197,710 


21,116 


95,212 


80,932 


450 


^nar les 




1 S8 fifi7 


1 1 SftQ 


10 7A7 


164,909 


14,702 


74,986 


75,221 


- 




7 1 3 080 


81,401 




23 , 539 


108,140 


9,332 


44,234 


52,034 


2,540 


Frederick 


643,195 


337,331 


4,509 


49,240 


252,115 


22,800 


114,504 


104,647 


10,164 


Garrett 


151,343 


94,992 


142 


8,547 


47,662 


4,054 


24,491 


18,745 


372 


Harford 


751,896 


354,077 


580 


62,965 


334,274 


23,736 


195,019 


115,519 




Howard 


349,151 


165,254 


2,038 


23,569 


158,290 


13,641 


56,993 


85,277 


2,379 


Kent 


101,261 


49,500 


601 


6,149 


45,011 


3,882 


20,468 


20,661 




Montgomery 


5,550,408 


3,613,703 




176,658 


1,760,047 


205,569 


918,612 


576,282 


59,584 


Prince George' s 


4,682,202 


2,836,167 


21,446 


64,116 


1,760,473 


36,138 


1,058,100 


570,033 


96,202 


Queen Anne ' s 


110,364 


49,594 




11,022 


49,748 


3,691 


22,124 


23,933 




St. Mary's 


304,811 


137,808 




28,821 


138,182 


12,715 


60,497 


64,970 




Somerset 


118,587 


46,302 


651 


10,871 


60,763 


3,561 


25,233 


31,969 




Talbot 


153,836 


74,163 


1,639 


9,155 


68,879 


5,132 


33,074 


29,204 


1,469 


Washington 


889,471 


546,567 


180,737 


162,167 












Wicomico 


387,231 


194,085 


6,886 


23,718 


162,542 


11,317 


82,893 


67,476 


856 


Worcester 


175,307 


68,633 




19,924 


86,750 


5,402 


34,241 


47,035 


72 



TABLE 

145 



Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 







Salaries 




Suppl ies 






Local Unit 


Total 


and 


Contracted 


and 


Other 


Equipment 






W3 ^€ S 








i\cpi.aL.ciiicnL 


Total State 


$13,610, 180 


$5,748,050 


$3,247,975 


$2,209,203 


$249,331 


$2, 155,621 


Al legany 


210,575 


41,042 


83,305 


31,620 


690 


53,918 


Anne Arundel 


620,715 


313,095 


122,858 


84,296 


24,254 


76,212 


Baltimore City 


3,086,722 


1,300,579 


884,006 


350,739 


15,371 


536,027 


Baltimore 


2,504,451 


763,841 


1,17 3,989 


287,319 


5,134 


274,168 


Calvert 


83,381 


50,969 


4,062 


22,439 


3,918 


1,993 


Caroline 


62,359 


12,539 


19,316 


4,972 


2,120 


23,412 


Carroll 


204,315 


81,317 


50, 136 


44 , 508 


176 


28, 178 


Cecil 


178,786 


62,673 


27,611 


40,590 


1,009 


46,903 


Charles 


102,230 


37,394 


37,390 


16,178 


505 


10,763 


Dorchester 


148,506 


27,140 


11,265 


53,654 


3,233 


53,214 


Frederick 


OHO 1 /. 




jKj , oyo 


OH , U JU 


A7 7 
O / / 




Garrett 


74,501 


32,782 


7,977 


12,018 


2,832 


18,892 


Harford 


504,490 


148,110 


66,024 


101,739 


461 


188,156 


Howard 


145,489 


35,777 


46,302 


1,652 


1,841 


59,917 


Kent 


43,689 


17,596 


4,337 


9,234 


2,563 


9,959 


Montgomery 


2,141,656 


1,374,039 


141 ,563 


351,369 


35,587 


239,098 


Prince George's 


2,388,575 


1,072,975 


349,592 


526,986 


144,230 


294,792 


Queen Anne's 


86,015 


13,787 


26,449 


12,875 


252 


32,652 


St. Mary's 


138,543 


37,526 


24,970 


34,357 


85 


41,605 


Somerset 


65,698 


18,157 


12,697 


15,593 


2,178 


17,073 


Talbot 


71,073 


24,368 


16,989 


9,480 


528 


19,708 


Washington 


250,403 


126,395 


48,802 


63,592 


649 


10,965 


Wicomico 


137,228 


45,730 


38,430 


31,205 


871 


20,992 


Worcester 


98,166 


35,510 


19,009 


18,758 


167 


24,722 



TABLE 

146 



Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 
Pupil 
Trans- 
portation 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Contracted Services 


Supplies 

and 
Material s 




Other 


r'K a T" o o c 




Vehicle 
Replace- 
ment 


Total 
Contrac ted 
Services 


Contract 
Routes 


Bus 
Inspection 


Other 


Total 
Other 
Charges 


Communi- 
cat ions 


utilities 


Other 




ei5 137 ■\1Q 


C3 378 470 


<:in n3Zi sAft 




C 1 1 RAO 


c3Qn nQ7 


$779 024 


$271, 269 


c:? 7S? 




< 7 A S CA 
9 ^ D J , U J** 


CA7/. n7n 

90/*f,U/U 


Allegany 


480,582 


21,469 


449,679 


444,538 


449 


4,692 


2,696 


6,738 


- 


- 


6,738 




Anne Arundel 


1,395,737 


70,050 


1,316,436 


1,288,461 


2,586 


25,389 


2,566 


2,553 






2 , 553 


4,132 


Baltimore City 


601 ,631 


200,789 


364,443 


258,612 


- 


105,831 


20,447 


4 , 943 


770 


3 366 


807 


1 1 , 009 


Rfl \ t i mnrp 


1,996,404 


608, 165 


968,898 


837,974 


1,253 


129,671 


154,097 


20,919 


293 




20 626 


244 ,325 


Calvert 


369, 192 


11 , 720 


3s? Ann 


339 511 


662 


12 427 


3 


4,869 






4,869 




Caroline 


300,303 


11,633 


285,849 


284,871 


276 


702 


856 


1,965 


- 


- 


1,965 


- 


Carroll 


500,863 


10,200 


484,264 


483,086 


368 


810 


689 


5,710 






5 710 




Cecil 


410,949 


15,853 


388,689 


376,503 


- 


12,186 


1,089 


5,318 


250 




5 068 




Charles 


548,077 


15,247 


526 , 373 


522 , 967 


243 


3 , 163 


231 


6,226 






6 226 




Dorchester 


374,827 


12,365 


326,512 


325,512 


360 


640 


1,554 


34,396 


_ 


_ 


34^396 


_ 


Frederick 


505,923 


125,471 


308,219 


282,922 


606 


24,691 


51,919 


20,314 


207 


97 


20,010 




Garrett 


450,496 


11,420 


432,318 


413,087 


460 


18,771 


1,119 


5,639 






5,639 




Harford 


843,217 


42,789 


773,596 


759,003 


1,000 


13,593 


8,308 


12,675 


104 




12,571 


5,849 


Howard 


504,951 


25,803 


475,091 


473,639 


662 


790 




4,057 






4,057 




Kent 


185,689 


5,500 


172,708 


171,147 


165 


1,396 




6,135 






6,135 


1,346 


Montgomery 


1,520,290 


1,153,049 


3,521 






3,521 


246,787 


14,736 






14,736 


102,197 


Prince George's 


1,518,019 


880,407 


87,781 


86,889 


892 




256,505 


90,895 


1,103 




89,792 


202,431 


Queen Anne's 


266,668 


15,985 


242,922 


242,276 


131 


515 


5,344 


2,417 






2,417 




St. Mary's 


434,907 


9,000 


422,041 


418,021 


100 


3,920 


739 


3,127 






3,127 




Somerset 


234,380 


11,400 


220,545 


205,958 


105 


14,482 


133 


2,302 






2,302 




Talbot 


205,921 


11,600 


190,868 


182,666 


300 


7,902 


1,244 


2,209 


25 




2,184 




Washington 


663,195 


84,914 


453,688 


450,999 


505 


2,184 


21,026 


6,268 






6,268 


97,299 


Wicomico 


483,643 


11,350 


467,140 


465,751 


587 


802 


939 


4,214 






4,214 




Worcester 


341,515 


12,291 


320,365 


318, 196 


150 


2,019 


733 


2,644 






2,644 


5,482 



TABLE 

147 



Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 





Total 


Salaries 


Contracted 


Supplies 


Other 


Local Unit 


Administration 


and 


Services 


and 


Charges 






Wages 




Materials 






";7 304 857 


"55 908 489 


$393 ,441 


<;627 357 




All (>o anv 


94,814 


73,577 


5,036 


12 ,247 


3 954 


Anne Arundel 


399^825 


274^119 


63^634 


42^202 


19^870 


Baltimore City 


1,699,425 


1,468,473 


62,065 


110,797 


58,090 


Bal t imore 


720,501 


589,244 


64,321 


57,607 


9,329 


Calvert 


72,583 


54,015 


8, 321 


5,092 


5, 155 


Cfl 1*0 1 *i np 


36,621 


28,715 


500 


2,783 


4,623 


Carroll 


97,154 


78,894 


5,362 


6,315 


6,583 


Cecil 


139,087 


101,533 


10,653 


10,404 


16,497 


Phil T* 1 P Q 


99,233 


59,213 


18, 176 


13,918 


7 , 926 


nOTphP *l t AT* 


70,219 


56, 123 


1 , 938 


3,605 


8, 553 


Frederick 


170,443 


111,509 


22,453 


21,552 


14,929 


Garrett 


45,022 


37,615 


1,250 


3,814 


2,343 


Harford 


207,598 


159,530 


17,526 


26,867 


3,675 


Howard 


86,229 


65,736 


4,265 


10,391 


5,837 


Kent 


48,911 


41,675 


1,406 


2,831 


2,999 


Montgomery 


2,142,606 


1,824,530 


52,401 


164,730 


100,945 


Prince George's 


666,045 


498,562 


8,189 


91,301 


67,993 


Queen Anne's 


47,836 


38,886 


1,988 


3,651 


3,311 


St. Mary's 


98,572 


65,628 


12,235 


15,294 


5,415 


Somerset 


30,341 


22,891 


1,261 


2,674 


3,515 


Talbot 


44,608 


32,809 


650 


3,522 


7,627 


Washington 


163,240 


126,080 


23,377 


5,899 


7,884 


Wicomico 


73,523 


61,126 


3,330 


6,332 


2,735 


Worcester 


50,431 


38,006 


3,104 


3,529 


5,792 



TABLE 

148 



Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 









r d i u 


by Local Boards of Education 




Paid Direct by State 




T/-\ h 1 1 
i O L cl 1 






I nsurance 










Teachers ' 


Teachers ' 


Local Unit 


Fixed 


Total 


Rent 


and 


Employees ' 


Social 


Other 


Total 


Ret irement 


Soc ial 




Charges 






Judgments 


Ret irement 


Security 






System 


Security 


local ocace 


OA 719 '^A7 


fti"; 9A9 

9O , D J J , ZH i 




$1,739,383 


$3,251,152 


$1,292,514 


cl flQ 917 


$20,077,105 


$11,502,918 


$8,574,187 


A 1 1 Ggdny 




00 , H -JO 




25,655 


38,778 


23,630 




405,382 


230,040 


175,342 


AnnG A rundc 1 


1 7 7 S ft? 1 


lis A SQ 


ftii 7At 
OH , / H J 


11/. Q 7 7 

1 i'* , y / / 




ttZ , HHy 




1 L /,C\ Q t 

i ,'»'tU , JDZ 


or\£ "7 Q "7 

oub , / y / 


033 , 565 


Baltimore City 


7,691,855 


2,823,581 


77,598 




2,430,470 


315,513 




4,868,274 


2,863,762 


2,004,512 


Baltimore 


3,584,479 


523,482 


28,709 


298,014 


- 


196,654 


105 


3,060,997 


1,757,342 


1,303,655 


^ax ver c 


IH- J ) DUO 


99 9A1 
zz , ^0 1 


ft! 


10,326 


2,408 


8,737 




121,325 


64,518 


56,807 


Caroline 


1 9 9 '^ A 


9A 1 OA 
ZD , 1 7D 




17,607 




3,675 


1 1 7Q 
1,1/7 


126,058 


73,396 


52,662 


Carrol 1 


J jH j J / D 


A9 Q S'^ 
tz , 7 Jj 


1 ft 


18, Do/ 


Lh , DUO 


"7 no £, 

1 , yoD 


9 9 SA 


9 n 1 / T 

2y 1 ,"tii 


165 , 970 


125 ,453 


Cecil 


324,121 


52,578 


140 


34,318 




18,120 




271,543 


156,847 


114,696 


Charles 


284,571 


43,008 


1,610 


23,375 


141 


8,987 


8,895 


241,563 


134,840 


106,723 


Dorchester 


1 A A A A 9 


ZD, Z 7 J 


1 1 QH 
1,1 y\} 


15,547 


_ 


8,734 




140,149 


79,957 


60,192 


Frederick 


DHL , OUtJ 


Q 1 19 1 
7 1 , IZ 1 


in 1 QH 

lu , 1 


25,118 


16,719 


38,562 




451,687 


261,862 


189,825 


Garrett 


132,040 


19,934 


1,541 


7,252 


6,781 


3,662 


698 


112,106 


66,486 


45,620 


Harford 


645,759 


83,925 




35,730 


28,309 


19,886 




561,834 


317,837 


243,997 


Howard 


334,440 


41,979 




17,791 




9,701 


14,487 


292,461 


163,611 


128,850 


Kent 


113,575 


20,407 


3,000 


11,137 




6,270 




93,168 


52,153 


41,015 


Montgomery 


4,956,287 


1,400,428 




881,869 


298,563 


219,996 




3,555,859 


2,135,613 


1,420,246 


Prince George's 


3,272,783 


675,265 


16,249 


30,649 


271,801 


279,840 


76,726 


2,597,518 


1,342,013 


1,255,505 


Queen Anne ' s 


129,665 


30,793 


11,820 


12,640 




6,059 


274 


98,872 


54,614 


44,258 


St. Mary's 


206,372 


32,109 




21,522 




10,587 




174,263 


98,112 


76,151 


Somerset 


118,705 


18,409 




15,852 




2,557 




100,296 


57,680 


42,616 


Talbot 


120,121 


17,341 




14,301 




3,040 




102,780 


58,331 


44,449 


Washington 


685,995 


125,142 




45,944 


52,529 


26,669 




560,853 


331 ,701 


229,152 


Wicomico 


335,939 


60,971 


768 


38,500 




21,703 




274,968 


153,787 


121,181 


Worcester 


166,513 


33,149 


480 


23,172 




9,497 




133,364 


75,649 


57,715 



^Includes $577 interest. 



TABLE 

149 



Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 





Food Services 




Student 


Body Activities 






Total 












Total 










Local Unit 


Food 


Salaries 


Con- 


Suppl ies 




Equipment 


Student 


Salaries 


Con- 


Suppl ies 






Services 


and 


tracted 


and 


Other 


Replace- 


Body 


and 


tracted 


and 


Other 






Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


ment 


Activit ies 


Wages 


Services 


Materials 


Charges 


Total State 


$912,850 


$511,398 


$34,225 


$164,312 


$97,965 


$104,950 


$530,401 


$143,523 


$140,409 


$195,172 


$51,297 


Allegany 


44,003 


13,224 


6,022 


24, 127 


630 




3,437 




2,535 




902 


Anne Arundel 












- 


17,345 


- 




- 


17,345 


Baltimore City 


48,976 


- 


- 


- 


48,976 


- 


266,695 


125,662 


40,578 


87,323 


13, 132 


Baltimore 


114,248 


63,239 


9,497 


187 


1,933 


39,392 


60,692 


608 


60,084 


- 




Calvert 


18,070 


4,575 


10,591 


2,885 


19 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


Caroline 


2,588 


1 ,050 






1,538 




8,534 


- 






8,534 


Carroll 


22,964 




- 


8,981 


6,056 


7,927 


41.090 


2,168 


- 


36,826 


2,096 


Cecil 


3,131 


2,226 


67 


838 


- 


- 






- 


- 




Charles 


23,569 


14,920 


910 


1,059 


5,872 


808 


9,752 




5,005 


4 , 747 




Dorchester 


12,864 


3,362 


- 


217 


9,285 


- 


3,446 




- 


- 


3,446 


Frederick 


77,617 


48,643 


1,258 


23,326 


4,366 


24 


- 


- 






_ 


Garrett 


26,649 


6,485 


1,733 


12,494 


1,993 


3,944 


2,073 


500 




1,573 




Harford 


5,148 






5,148 
















Howard 














27,014 




11,990 


11,295 


3,729 


Kent 


9,088 


3,431 




4,269 




1,388 


7 




7 






Montgomery 


27,439 


27,001 




194 


244 














Prince George's 


363,415 


253,964 


1,050 


66,701 


3,117 


38,583 


77,779 


14,585 


13,052 


50,142 




Queen Anne ' s 


42,567 


37 ,783 




4,784 
















St. Mary's 


16, 155 


6,573 


2,690 


47 


1,302 


5,543 


3,629 




363 


3,266 




Somerset 


728 








728 




2,100 








2,100 


Talbot 


12,437 


1,572 




539 


8,709 


1,617 


2,385 




2,372 




13 


Washington 


12,315 


12,000 




143 


172 














Wicomico 


26,355 


9,878 


407 


8,373 


1,973 


5,724 


4,423 




4,423 






Worcester 


2,524 


1,472 






1,052 















TABLE 

150 



Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 
Community 
Services 


Salaries 
and 
Wages 


Con- 
tracted 
Services 


Suppl ies 

and 
Materials 


Other Charges 


Total 
Other 
Charges 


Nonpublic 
School 
Transport at ion 


Other 


local otace 


C7QQ QQO 


<5 A Q 7 1 




OA QHA 


$276,221 


$257,092 


$19,129 


Allegany 


i , OjO 








1,656 


1,656 


- 


Anne Arundel 
















Baltimore City 


300,000 


300,000 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


44,006 


25,279 


- 


700 


18,027 


17,813 


214 


Calvert 










- 


- 


- 


Caroline 
















Carroll 


1 r A Q 1 

1 J j'tyi 








1 S 4Q1 


ft QSQ 
u , 7 J 7 




Cecil 


16,504 


708 


_ 


_ 


15,796 


15,796 




Charles 


117,767 


- 


- 


- 


117,767 


117,767 


- 


Dorchester 










- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


OA 1 G c; 






1 fi ^ 


26,000 


26,000 




Garrett 
















Harford 
















Howard 


800 








800 




800 


Kent 


3,851 


2,250 






1,601 




1,601 


Montgomery 


149,969 


102,950 






47,019 


47,019 




Prince George's 


15,896 


3,191 




10 


12,695 


11,143 


1,552 


Queen Anne ' s 


44,747 


24,801 


9,840 


896 


9,210 


4,000 


5,210 


St. Mary's 


100 




100 










Somerset 


13,902 


13,868 






34 




34 


Talbot 


9,917 








9,917 


8.939 


978 


Washington 
















Wicomico 


28,191 


24,468 


400 


3,115 


208 




208 


Worcester 

















TABLE 

151 



Disbursements by Maryland Local Boards of Education for Community Colleges Current Expenses: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 
Current 
Expense 
Disburse- 
ments 


Instruction 


Health 
Services 


Operation 
of Plant 

and 
Equipment 


Mainte- 
nance 

of 
Plant 


Administra- 
tion 


Fixed 
Charges 


Food 
Services 


Student 
Body 
Activities 


Community 
Services 


Total State 


$7,406,001 


$5,054,282 


$3,848 


$589,592 


$195,770 


$1,422,579 


$135,253 




$3,597 


$1,080 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


341,573 
366,201 
1,414,269 
1,411,347 


224,367 
246,368 
1 ,048,040 
888,303 


2,713 
28 


24,132 
27,255 
51,785 
101,688 


3,543 
68, 122 
57,256 


93,074 
85,157 
195, 383 
331,624 


2,798 
48,226 
32,448 




- 


1,080 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


152,622 


98,297 


- 


12,384 


4,657 


32,918 


769 


- 

- 


3,597 


- 
- 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


130,305 
440,342 


100,486 
314,357 




3,587 
39,021 


296 
22,822 


24,769 
60,709 


1,167 
3,433 








Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne's 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


2,304,517 
514,990 


1,579,988 
312,231 


1,107 


300,949 
4,335 


34,927 


341,134 
198,424 


46,412 








Talbot 
Washington 
Wicomico 
Worcester 


329,835 


241,845 




24,456 


4,147 


59,387 











TABLE 

152 



Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Local Boards of Education: 1965-66 







Current Expense Fund 




School Construction 


Fu nd 






Grand 






Buildings 












Buildings 






Local Unit 


Total 




Sites and 


and 


Re- 


Additional 


Addi- 




Sites and 


and 


Re- 


Additional 




Capital 


Total* 


Site Im- 


Building 


modeling 


Equipment 


tional 


local/ 


Site Im- 


Building 


mode ling 


Equ i pment 




Uutiay 




provements 


Additions 






Vehicles 




provements 


Addit ions 






al State 


$120,676,486 


$8,227,443 


$727,143 


$1,142,923 


$950,567 


$4,644,424 


$762,386 


$112,449,043 


$9,211,617 


$94,156,628 


$1,365,538 


$7,715,260 


Al legany 


1,247,347 


235,185 


199,683 






33,379 


2,123 


1,012,162 


90,322 


599,090 


27,470 


295,280 


Anne Arundel 


6,795,290 


117,332 




_ 


_ 


105,535 


11,797 


6,677,958 


640,160 


5,316,199 


33.174 


688,425 


Baltimore City 


23,554,730 


1,295,879 


1,353 


155,589 


72,840 


1,045,118 


20,979 


22,258,851 


1,972,269 


18,189,463 


366,787 


1 ,730,332 


Baltimore 


19,313,011 


1,728,902 


226,777 


502,972 


257,379 


582,166 


159,608 


17 , 584, 109 


1,809,204 


15,058,436 


215,524 


500,945 


Calvert 


19,369 


19,369 


2,396 


20 




16,953 




— 


- 






— 


Caroline 


193,780 


59,870 


1,790 


14,670 


1,370 


42,040 




133,910 




107,250 


26,660 




Carroll 


1,652,060 


64,242 




300 




63,942 


_ 


1,587,818 


55,242 


1,532,529 


47 


- 


Cecil 


1, 155,330 


190,827 


12,791 


1,902 


20,352 


143,682 


12,100 


964 , 503 


56,452 


659,046 


30 ,000 


219,005 


Charles 


2,447 ,623 


36,486 


4,421 


761 




30,754 


550 


2,411,137 


130,559 


2,152,557 


25,210 


102 ,811 


Dorchester 


352,905 


115,451 




109,327 




6,124 




237 ,454 


23,676 


213,778 






Frederick 


4,099,726 


373,747 


19,422 


8,687 




294,868 


50,770 


3,725,979 


583,361 


2,797,902 


59,163 


285.553 


Garrett 


714,680 


47,175 




11,513 




35,662 




667,505 




634,548 




32.957 


Harford 


4,536,799 


111,391 






16,905 


94,486 




4,425,408 


95,424 


3,733,660 


13,308 


583,016 


Howard 


1,977,739 


'211,040 


24,544 




10,522 


173,474 


2,500 


1,766,699 


149,622 


1,503,339 




113,738 


Kent 


165,065 


54,812 


955 


1,010 


1,270 


51,577 




110,253 


11,984 


77,966 


184 


20,119 


Montgomery 


17,219,400 


584,459 








514,567 


69,892 


16,634,941 


1,246,251 


13,671,828 


525,572 


1,191,290 


Prince George's 


24,495,092 


2,605,388 


205,188 


324,313 


509,946 


1,137,646 


428,295 


21,889,704 


2,143,885 


18,192,181 




1,553,638 


Queen Anne's 


1,419,626 














1,419,626 


6,631 


1,401,589 


106 


11,300 


St. Mary's 


1,258,066 


65,906 








65,906 




1,192,160 


136,255 


939,794 




116,111 


Somerset 


127,762 


13,079 


827 


7,396 




2,901 


1,955 


114,683 


1,935 


106,881 


2,376 


3,491 


Talbot 


1,458,345 


89,649 


6,746 






82,903 




1,368,696 




1,360,254 




8,442 


Washington 


4,155,916 


18,796 


11,843 


4,463 




2,490 




4,137,120 


22,558 


3,892,784 




221,778 


Wicomico 


1,941,288 


157,840 


7,990 




56,037 


93,813 




1,783,448 


34,459 


1,698,163 


39,957 


10,869 


Worcester 


375,537 


30,618 


417 




3,946 


24,438 


1,817 


344,919 


1,368 


317,391 




26,160 



♦Includes the following Current Expense Fund expenditures for Community Colleges: Allegany, $199,683; Anne Arundel, $8,873; Baltimore City, $27,525; Baltimore, 
$84,109; Charles, $9,782; Frederick, $1,000; Harford, $4,417; Montgomery, $21,932; Prince George's, $8,546; Washington, $2,134; total, $368,001. 

/Includes the following Construction Fund expenditures for Community Colleges: Baltimore City, $835,012; Baltimore, $946,665; Charles, $9,678; Frederick, 
$127,549; Harford. $1,175,340; Prince George's, $1,759,120; Washington. $1,311,528; total, $6,164,892. 



TABLE 

153 



Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total Debt 
Service 


Long-Term County Bonds 


State 


Loan 


Redemption 


Interest 


Redemption 


Interest 


Total State 


$54,263,801 


$21,940,684 


$16,706,371 


$11,145,993 


$4,470,753 


Allegany 


937,664 


235,000 


127,003 


476,147 


99,514 


Anne Arundel 


4,693,401 


2,129,000 


1,306,859 


573,680 


683,862 


Baltimore City 


'^<3 , JUU , J07 


4,103,000 


4,197,389 






Baltimore 


*11,092,345 


3,936,000 


3,156,665 


3,138,621 


861,059 


Calvert 


285,782 


104,000 


71,430 


95,994 


14,358 


Caroline 


281,232 


145,000 


69,222 


42,870 


24,140 


Carroll 


340,358 






218,544 


121,814 


Ceci 1 


o09 , boO 


375,000 


121,037 


1^*0 , 094 


67 , 529 


Charles 


581,867 


191,000 


132,823 


150,362 


107,682 


Dorchester 


355,348 


161,000 


115,300 


75,196 


3,852 


Frederick 


1,670,685 


565,000 


593,725 


357,778 


154,182 


Garrett 


275,008 


100,000 


15,906 


126,949 


32,153 


Harford 


1,357,442 


665,000 


621,400 


66,822 


4,220 


Howard 


737,167 


202,000 


141,909 


268,699 


124,559 


Kent 


138,795 


75,000 


14,700 


40,313 


8,782 


Montgomery 


8,585,671 


3,097,684 


2,040,910 


2,529,151 


917,926 


Prince George's 


9,984,042 


4,482,000 


2,891,218 


1,604,802 


1,006,022 


Queen Anne's 


234,847 


90,000 


106,907 


27,418 


10,522 


St. Mary's 


361,102 


100,000 


58,900 


128,665 


73,537 


Somerset 


188,018 


45,000 


51,375 


84,117 


7,526 


Talbot 


393,822 


95,000 


116,890 


153,703 


28,224 


Washington 


1,640,991 


655,000 


496,734 


422,950 


66,307 


Wicomico 


743,517 


285,000 


240,656 


201,674 


16,187 


Worcester 


274,648 


105,000 


17,413 


115,439 


36,796 



*Includes Community College debt service for the following: Baltimore City, $147,073; Baltimore, $43,963; Washington, $48,314. 



TABLE 

154 



Disbursements for Current Expenses, Debt Service, and Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1922-23 - 1965-66 







Total 
























Year 


Current 


Source of Funds" 




Percent 


From 


Each 


Source 


Debt 


Capital 






Expenditures 


State 


Federal 


Local 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Service 


Outlay 






INCLUDING TEACHERS' 


RETIREMENT AND SOCIAL SECURITY FOR TEACHERS 


PAID DIRECT 


BY 


STATEi^ 




1922 


-23 


$ 12,764,250 


$ 3,058,180 


$ 46,966 


$ 9,659,104 


23 


.9 





.4 


75 


7 


$ 789,311 


$ 4,776,355 


1927 


-28 


16,147,689 


3,207,088 


69,150 


12,871,451 


19 


.9 





.4 


79 


7 


2,131,699 


3,430,589 


1932 


-33 


18,283,874 


4,606,690 


80,139 


13,597,045 


25 


.2 





.4 


74 


4 


3,142,211 


1,955,727 


1937 


-38 


20,456,347 


6,185,186 


209,722 


14,061,439 


30 


.2 


1 


.0 


68 


8 


3,739,854 


2,335,232 


1942 


-43 


23,536,466 


6,950,720 


245,787 


16,339,959 


29 


.5 


1 


.1 


69 


4 


T 776 ?07 


0-1/. onj 


1956 


-57 


147,327,417 


54,665,634 


7,001,761 


85,660,022 


37 


.1 


4 


.8 


58 


1 


20,758,922 


51,509,069 


1957 


-58 


165,894,991 


59,329,750 


7,357,815 


99,207,426 


35 


.8 


4 


.4 


59 


8 


21,274,818 


64,210,477 


1958 


-59 


190,300,919 


76,034,849 


7,317,219 


106,948,851 


40 


.0 


3 


.8 


56 


2 


25,502,907 


63,016,337 


1959 


-60 


210,744,259 


82,627,283 


9,600,637 


118,516,339 


39 


2 


4 


.6 


56 


2 


29,006,335 


63,292,965 


1960 


-61 


237,488,842 


91,916,040 


12,258,159 


133,314,643 


38 


.7 


5 


.2 


56 


1 




69 "i^S 601 


1961 


-62 


256,724,372 


97,867,589 


11,749,629 


147,107,154 


38 


.1 


4 


.6 


57 


3 


33,981,900 


70,933,939 


1962 


-63 


286,554,005 


104,935,651 


15,540,839 


166,077,515 


36 


6 


5 


.4 


58 





39,161,008 


73,722,185 


1963 


-64 


311,116,522 


111,039,615 


16,952,282 


183,124,625 


35 


.7 


5 


.4 


58 


9 


44,317,555 


86,781,942 


1964 


-65 


348,845,740 


130,349,626 


18,803,866 


201,700,153 


37 


4 


5 


.4 


57 


8 


48,088,582 


92,002,434 


1965 


-66 


407,103,286 


141,146,372 


32,378,962 


237,389,633 


34 


7 


8 


.0 


58 


3 


54 177 9 56 


117 iii9 0i3^ 






EXCLUDING TEACHERS' 


RETIREMENT AND SOCIAL SECURITY 


FOR TEACHERS 


PAID DIRECT 


BY 


STATE 




1922 


-23 


S 12,764,250 


$ 3,058,180 


$ 46,966 


$ 9,659,104 


23 


9 





.4 


75 


7 


$ 789,311 


S 4,776,355 


1927 


-28 


16,147,689 


3,207,088 


69,150 


12,871,451 


19 


9 





.4 


79 


7 


2,131,699 


3,430,589 


1932 


-33 


17,267,512 


3,590,328 


80,139 


13,597,045 


20 


8 





.5 


78 


7 


3,142,211 


1,955,727 


1937 


-38 


19,431,459 


5,160,298 


209,722 


14,061,439 


26 


5 


1 


.1 


72 


4 


3,739,854 


2,335,232 


1942 


-43 


22,344,899 


5,759,153 


245,787 


16,339,959 


25 


8 


1 


.1 


73 


1 


3,776,207 


834,802 


1956 


-57 


135,995,411 


43,333,628 


7,001,761 


85,660,022 


31 


9 


5 


.1 


63 





20,758,922 


51,509,069 


1957 


-58 


154,095,583 


47,530,342 


7,357,815 


99,207,426 


30 


8 


4 


.8 


64 


4 


21,274,818 


64,210,477 


1958 


-59 


175,626,813 


61,360,743 


7,317,219 


106,948,851 


34 


9 


4 


.2 


60 


9 


25,502,907 


63,016,337 


1959 


-60 


193,739,953 


65,622,977 


9,600,637 


118,516,339 


33 


9 


4 


.9 


61 


2 


29,006,335 


63,292,965 


1960 


-61 


218,724,254 


73,151,452 


12,258,159 


133,314,643 


33 


5 


5 


.6 


60 


9 


32,834,165 


69,335,601 


1961 


-62 


241,452,179 


82,595,396 


11,749,629 


147,107,154 


34 


2 


4 


.9 


60 


9 


33,981,900 


70,933,939 


1962 


-63 


269,353,539 


87,735,185 


15,540,839 


166,077,515 


32 


6 


5 


.8 


61 


6 


39,161,008 


73,722,185 


1963 


-64 


292,275,286 


92 198,379 


16,952,282 


183,124,625 


31 


5 


5 


.8 


62 


7 


44,317,555 


86,781,942 


1964 


-65 


331,415,255 


112,919,141 


18,803,866 


201,700,153 


34 


1 


5 


.7 


60 


9 


48,088,582 


92,002,434 


1965 


-66 


387,026,181 


121,069,264 


32, 378,962 


237,389,633 


31 


3 


8 


.4 


61 


3 


54,172,956 | 


112,449,043'' 



"Beginning with 1964-65, total State, federal, and local funds will not equal total expenditures due to net balance. 
^Teachers' Retirement System not established in 1923 and 1928; Social Security payments are included beginning 1957. 
^Excludes current expenditures for capital outlay which is included with current expenditures. 

NOTE: Time series for part "Including Teachers' Retirement and Social Security for Teachers Paid Direct by State" corrected to exclude 
State retirement money for related expense fund and agencies other than public schools as previously reported. 



TABLE 

155 



Source of Current Expenses*': Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 (Includes Teachers' Retirement 

and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Current 
Expenditures 


All Current Funds 




n t" FT"nm F^rh ^ 


nil T* r p 


State 


Federal 


Local Levy 
and Other 
Local Funds 


State 


Federal 


Local 




S407 , 103 , 286 


3141,146,372 


532,378,962 


5237,389,633 


34 . 7 


8. 


58 . 3 


All PPJITIV 


8,476,237 






4 lag go ') 
107, 77 J 


46 . 2 


6.8 


49.4 


Anne Arundel 


26, '794 '202 


12,151,138 


2,224,517 


13,231,635 


45.3 


8.3 


49.4 


Baltimore City 


90,631,661 


29,220,119 


3,752,001 


57,665,038 


32.3 


4.1 


63.6 


Ba 1 1 itnore 


61,582,663 


16,417,550 


2,376,085 


44,573,312 


26.7 


3.9 


72.4 


Calvert 


2,728,551 


1,686,261 


345,277 


834,567 


61 . 8 


12.7 


30. 6 




2,597,605 






770 14S 


64 . 5 


7 . 1 


29 . 6 


Carroll 


6[o35[645 


2,977,099 


211,754 


2,964,906 


49.3 


3.5 


49.1 


Cecil 


5,730,898 


2,673,119 


751,569 


2,290,793 


46.6 


13.1 


40.0 


rViA r 1 PS 


5 , 269 , 552 


2,935,993 


513,043 


1,696,293 


55.7 


9.7 


32.2 


Kf'JL WltCO L.CJL 


3 329 975 


1,722,237 


582,222 


1,156,910 


51 . 7 


17 . 5 


34 . 7 


Frederick 


9,733,460 


4,110,801 


1,600,830 


4,462,976 


42.2 


16.4 


45.9 


Garrett 


2,711,538 


1,734,251 


389,424 


592,805 


63.9 


14.4 


21.9 


Harford 


11,741,320 


5,529,103 


1,595,467 


4,580,282 


47.1 


13.6 


39.0 


Howard 


5,940,620 


1,891,103 


347,099 


3,729,499 


31.8 


5.8 


62.8 


Kent 


1,966,237 


830,949 


188,602 


977,964 


42.3 


9.6 


49.7 


Montgomery 


70,256,353 


16,753,857 


6,596,055 


45,137,616 


23.8 


9.4 


64.2 


Prince George's 


60,990,991 


19,729,935 


7,657,018 


35,392,062 


32.3 


12.5 


58.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


2,246, 161 


1,131,701 


256,119 


907,834 


50.4 


11.4 


40.4 


St. Mary's 


4,223,105 


2,410,389 


1,020,388 


879,440 


57.1 


24.2 


20.8 


Somerset 


2,057,413 


1,509,707 


56,040 


472,177 


73.4 


2.7 


22.9 


Talbot 


2,249,431 


886,233 


189,947 


1,202,907 


39.4 


8.4 


53.5 


Washington 


11,193,378 


4,938,511 


537,416 


5,762,668 


44.1 


4.8 


51.5 


Wicomico 


5,855,548 


2,974,146 


337,906 


2,562,294 


50.8 


5.8 


43.7 


Worcester 


2,760,742 


1,338,581 


89,319 


1,355,517 


48.5 


3.2 


49.1 



"••Includes the following programs: Day school, including kindergarten; handicapped children; Teachers' Retirement and Social Security paid 
direct by State; federal funds for school lunch and special milk; current expense for capital outlay; community colleges; adult education; 
and community services including nonpublic transportation. 

''l^ere current funds by source do not equal total expenditures, difference is due to net balance. 



TABLE 

156 

Source of Current Expenses-'^: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement 

and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 



Local Unit 


Total 
Current 
Expenditures 


All Current Funds 


Percent From Each 


Source 


State 


Federal 


Local Levy 
and Other 
Local Funds 


State 


Federal 


Local 


Total State 


$387,026,181 


C 1 1 riAQ 9 AA 
plZi ,UD7, COH 


CTO "^7^ 




T 1 T 
J I . J 


fi /. 

o . H 


61 . 3 


Allegany 


8,070,855 


3,512,112 


575,834 


4,189,993 


43.5 


7.1 


51.9 


Anne Arundel 


25,353,840 


10,710,776 


2,224,517 


13,231,635 


42.2 


8.8 


52.2 




8S 763 387 




J f 1 J £. y \J\J L 




9ft L 
z o . ^ 




67 . 2 


Baltimore 


58,521,666 


1 J , J JO , J J J 




AA ^7 1 1 9 


9 9 ft 
Z Z . 


A 1 


76.2 


Calvert 


2,607,226 




"^AS 977 






1 9 
1 J . Z 


32.0 


Caroline 


2,471,547 


1,550,037 


185,030 


770,145 




7.5 


31.2 


Carroll 


5,744,222 


2.685,676 


211,754 


2,964,906 


46.7 


3.7 


51.6 


Con 1 1 


5 459 355 




/ J i , 30 7 


9 9 on 7 Q 1 


AA n 


1 ft 


42 


Charles 


5,027,989 




J L J y \J*-t J 


1 fiQfi 9Q1 




in 9 


33.7 


Dorchester 


3,189,826 




'ift? 999 


1 ISA Qi n 


A Q fs 


1ft 


36.3 


Frederick 


9,281,773 


3,659,114 


1,600,830 


4,462,976 


39.4 


17.2 


48.1 


Garrett 


2,599,432 


1,622,145 


389,424 


592,805 


62.4 


15.0 


22 . 8 


Harford 


11,179,486 


4,967,266 


1,595,467 


4,580,282 


44.4 


14.3 


41.0 


Howard 


5,648,159 


1,598,642 


347,099 


3,729,499 


28.3 


6.1 


66.0 


Kent 


1,873,069 


737,781 


188,602 


977,964 


39.4 


10.1 


52.2 


Montgomery 


66,700,494 


13,197,998 


6,596,055 


45,137,616 


19.8 


9.9 


67.7 


Prince George's 


58,393,473 


17,132,417 


7,657,018 


35,392,062 


29.3 


13.1 


60.6 


Queen Anne's 


2,147,289 


1,032,829 


256,119 


907,834 


48.1 


11.9 


42.3 


St. Mary's 


4,048,842 


2,236,126 


1,020,388 


879,440 


55.2 


25.2 


21.7 


Somerset 


1,957,117 


1,409,411 


56,040 


472,177 


72.0 


2.9 


24.1 


Talbot 


2,146,651 


783,453 


189,947 


1,202,907 


36.5 


8.8 


56.0 


Washington 


10,632,525 


4,377,658 


537,416 


5,762,668 


41.2 


5.1 


54.2 


Wicomico 


5,580,580 


2,699,178 


337,906 


2,562,294 


48.4 


6.1 


45.9 


Worcester 


2,627,378 


1,205,217 


89,319 


1,355,517 


45.9 


3.4 


51.6 



"Includes the following programs: Day school, including kindergarten; handicapped children; federal funds for school lunch and special 
milk; current expense for capital outlay; community colleges; adult education; and community services, including transportation. 
^Where current funds by source do not equal total expenditures, difference is due to net balance. 



TABLE 

157 



Percent Distribution of Current Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 











Opera- 




Public 






















Pupil 




tion of 




School 








School 


Student 




Tu- 






Total 


Person- 


Health 


Plant 


Mainte- 


Pupil 


Admin- 


Fixed 


Food 


Lunch 


Body 


Com- 


ition — 


Com- 


Local Unit 


Instruc- 


nel 


Services 


and 


nance 


Trans- 


istra- 


Charges 


Services 


and 


Ac t iv- 


munity 


Handi- 


munity 




tion 


Services 




Equip- 
ment 




porta- 
tion 


tion 






Special 
Milk 


itles 


Services 


capped 
Children 


Colleges 



INCLUDING COST OF TRANSPORTATION 





75 


62 





82 





21 


8 


37 


3 


59 


3 


99 


1 


93 


1 


75 


0.24 





91 





14 





21 





27 


1 


95 


Allegany 


72 


56 





73 





27 


8 


86 


2 


69 


6 


14 


1 


21 


1 


13 


0.56 


1 


43 





04 





02 






4 


36 


Anne Arundel 


78 


63 





71 






6 


95 


2.46 


5 


53 


1 


58 


1 


33 




1 


20 





07 









09 


1 


45 


Baltimore City 


76 


68 





92 





14 


9 


20 


3 


65 





71 


2 


01 


3 


34 


0.06 


0.48 





32 





35 


0.47 


1 


67 


1 t"'imm"P 


75 


16 





69 





41 


9 


59 


4.41 


3 


52 


1 


27 





92 


0.20 


1 


03 





11 





08 





12 


2 


49 


Calvert 


69 


51 


1 


21 





24 


6 


25 


3 


22 


14 


27 


2 


80 





86 


0.70 





92 













02 






Caroline 


73 


21 





89 





05 


6 


74 


2 


59 


12.45 


1 


52 


1 


09 


0.11 


1 


00 





35 














Carroll 


76 


40 





53 






5 


62 


3 


60 


8 


82 


1 


71 





76 


0.40 


1 


17 





72 





27 










Cecil 


74 


64 





66 





09 


8 


48 


3.40 


7 


80 


2 


64 


1 


00 


0.06 





90 









31 





02 






Charles 


69 


08 





97 





01 


6 


93 


2 


05 


10 


98 


1 


99 





86 


0.47 





97 





20 


2 


36 





07 


3 


06 


Dorchester 


70 


75 





38 





32 


6 


93 


4 


83 


12 


20 


2 


29 





86 


0.42 





85 





11 









06 






Frederick 


76 


64 





53 





29 


7 


22 


2 


95 


5 


68 


1 


92 


1 


03 


0.87 


1 


11 









29 





01 


1 


46 


Garrett 


67 


28 





49 





54 


5 


95 


2 


93 


17 


72 


1 


77 





78 


1.05 


1 


39 





08 









02 






Harford 


72 


58 





47 





12 


6 


79 


4 


56 


7 


62 


1 


87 





76 


0.05 


1 


15 













05 


3 


98 


Howard 


76 


41 





81 





04 


6 


42 


2 


68 


9 


29 


1 


59 





77 




1 


35 





50 





01 





13 






Kent 


74 


69 


1 


14 





37 


5 


57 


2 


40 


10 


21 


2 


69 


1 


12 


0.50 


1 


02 




* 





21 





08 






Montgomery 


74 


36 


1 


31 




* 


8 


39 


3 


24 


2 


30 


3 


24 


2 


12 


0.04 





79 









23 


0.49 


3 


49 


Prince George ' s 


77 


92 





57 





51 


8 


39 


4 


28 


2 


72 


1 


19 


1 


21 


0.65 


1 


14 





14 





03 





32 





93 


Queen Anne's 


69 


01 


0.49 





02 


5 


15 


4 


01 


12.44 


2 


23 


1 


44 


1.98 


1 


15 






2 


08 










St. Mary's 


71 


82 


1 


15 





17 


7 


65 


3 


48 


10 


92 


2 


47 





81 


0.41 





97 





09 




*■ 





06 






Somerset 


73 


94 





51 






6 


10 


3 


38 


12 


06 


1 


56 





95 


0.04 





63 





11 





72 










Talbot 


73 


18 





54 





04 


7 


48 


3 


46 


10 


01 


2 


17 





84 


0.60 





93 





12 





48 





15 






Washington 


74 


99 





63 





37 


8 


38 


2 


36 


6 


25 


1 


54 


1 


18 


0.12 


1 


07 














3 


11 


Wicomico 


75 


80 





57 





30 


7 


14 


2 


53 


8 


92 


I 


36 


1 


12 


0.49 


1 


05 





08 





52 





12 






Worcester 


71 


51 





43 






6 


75 


3 


78 


13 


15 


1 


94 


1 


28 


0.10 


1 


01 













05 







"'Less than 0.01 percent. 



NOTE: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 

157 



Percent Distribution of Current Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 

















Opera- 










































Pupil 






tion of 


















School 


Student 






Tu- 








Total 


Person- 


Health 


Plant 


Mainte- 


Admin- 


Fixed 


Food 


Lunch 


Body 


Com- 


ition — 


Com- 


Local Unit 


Instruc- 


nel 


Services 


and 


nance 


istra- 


Charges 


Services 


and 


Activ- 


munity 


Handi- 


munity 




tion 


Services 






Equip- 






tion 










Special 


ities 


Services 


capped 


Colleges 
















ment 


















Milk 










Children 




EXCLUDING COST OF TRANSPORTATION 




78 


7 5 





86 





22 


3 


72 


3 


74 


2 


01 


I 


82 





25 





. 95 





14 





22 





28 


2 04 


Allegany 


77 


31 





78 





29 


9 


44 


2 


86 


1 


.29 


1 


20 





60 


1 


.52 





05 





02 




- 


4.64 


Anne Arundel 


83 


22 





75 






7 


36 


2 


60 


1 


.68 


1 


41 






1 


.27 





07 









10 


1.54 




77 


23 





92 





14 


9 


26 


3 


68 


2 


. 03 


3 


37 





06 





.47 





32 





J u 


Q 


47 


1 (it 


Rfl 1 f" 1 mni" A 


77 


90 





71 





43 


9 


94 


4 


57 


X 


. 31 





96 





21 


I 


.07 





1 1 





08 





1 3 


2 . 58 


Calvert 


81 


07 


1 


41 





28 


7 


29 


3 


76 


3 


. 27 


I 


00 





82 


I 


. 07 













03 




Caroline 


83 


63 


1 


02 





06 


7 


70 


2 


95 


1 


.74 


1 


24 





12 


1 


.14 





40 












Carroll 


83 


79 





58 






6 


16 


3 


95 


1 


.88 





83 





44 


1 


.28 





79 





30 








Cecil 


80 


96 





71 





09 


9 


20 


3 


68 


2 


.87 


1 


08 





07 





.98 









34 





02 




Charles 


77 


60 


1 


09 





02 


7 


79 


2. 


30 


2 


.23 





97 





53 


1 


.09 





22 


2 


65 





08 


3.43 


Dorchester 


80 


58 


0.43 





36 


7 


90 


5. 


51 


2 


.60 





97 





48 





.97 





13 









07 




Frederick 


81 


25 





56 





31 


7 


66 


3. 


13 


2 


.03 


I 


09 





92 


1 


. 18 









31 





01 


1.55 


Garrett 


81 


77 





60 





65 


7 


23 


3, 


56 


2 


.15 





95 


1 


27 


1 


.69 





10 









03 




Harford 


78 


57 





50 





13 


7 


36 


4. 


93 


2 


.03 





82 





05 


1 


.25 













05 


4.31 


Howard 


84 


23 





90 





04 


7 


08 


2. 


95 


1 


.75 





85 






1 


.49 





55 





02 





14 




Kent 


83 


18 


1 


26 





40 


6 


20 


2. 


68 


3 


00 


1 


25 





56 


1 


. 14 









24 





09 




Montgomery 


76 


11 


1 


34 






8 


59 


3. 


32 


3 


.32 


2 


17 





04 





.81 









23 





50 


3.57 


Prince George's 


80 


09 





59 





52 


8 


63 


4. 


40 


1 


.23 


1 


25 





67 


1 


. 17 





14 





03 





33 


0.95 


Queen Anne's 


78 


81 





56 





02 


5 


88 


4. 


58 


2 


55 


1 


64 


2 


27 


I 


.31 






2 


38 








St. Mary's 


80 


62 


1 


29 





19 


8 


59 


3. 


91 


2 


.78 





91 





46 


1 


.08 





10 









07 




Somerset 


84 


09 





58 






6 


94 


3. 


85 


1 


78 


1 


08 





04 





.71 





12 





81 








Talbot 


81 


32 





60 





04 


8 


31 


3. 


84 


2 


41 





94 





67 


1 


.04 





13 





54 





16 




Washington 


79 


99 





67 





40 


8 


94 


2. 


52 


1 


64 


1 


26 





12 


1 


.15 














3.31 


Wicomico 


83 


23 





63 





33 


7 


84 


2. 


78 


1 


49 


1 


23 





53 


1 


.15 





09 





57 





13 




Worces ter 


82 


35 





49 






7 


77 


4. 


35 


2 


24 


1 


47 





11 


1 


17 













05 





"Less than 0.01 percent. 



NOTE: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 

158 



Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenditures (K-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1965-56 









Pupil 






Operation of 






Public School 








Local Unit 


Instruction 


Personnel 


Health 


Plant and 


Maintenance 


Pupil 


Administra- 


Fixed 




(K- 


-12) 


Services 


Services 


Equipment 






Transportat ion 


tion 


Charges 


INCLUDING COST OF TRANSPORTATION 


Total State 


78.41 





86 





22 


8 


74 


3 


76 


4 


17 


2 


01 


1.83 


Allegany 


77.43 





78 





29 


9 


51 


2 


89 


6 


59 


1 


30 


1.21 


Anne Arundel 


80 


87 





73 






7 


16 


2 


54 


5 


70 


1 


63 


1.37 


Baltimore City 


79 


08 





96 





14 


9 


63 


3 


83 





75 


2 


11 


3.50 


Baltimore 


78 


22 





72 


0.43 


10 


04 


4 


62 


3 


68 


1 


33 


. 9o 


Calvert 


70 


61 


1 


23 





25 


6 


36 


3 


28 


14 


53 


2 


86 


0.88 


Caroline 


74 


20 





91 





05 


6 


87 


2 


63 


12 


68 


1 


55 


1.11 


Carroll 


78 


39 





54 






5 


77 


3 


70 


9 


06 


1 


76 


0.78 


Cecil 


75 


52 





67 





09 


8 


62 


3 


45 


7 


94 


2 


69 


1.02 


Charles 


74 


32 


1 


05 





01 


7.48 


2 


21 


11 


85 


2 


15 


0.93 


Dorchester 


71 


57 





39 





33 


7 


09 


4 


94 


12 


47 


2 


34 


0.87 


Frederick 


79 


53 





55 





31 


7 


53 


3.08 


5 


93 


2 


00 


1.07 


Garrett 


68 


91 





51 





55 


6 


13 


3 


02 


18 


25 


1 


82 


0.81 


Harford 


76 


53 





49 





13 


7 


19 


4 


82 


8 


06 


1 


98 


0.80 


Howard 


77 


94 





83 





04 


6 


56 


2 


73 


9.49 


1 


62 


0.79 


Kent 


76 


04 


1 


16 





37 


5 


68 


2 


45 


10.42 


2 


74 


1.14 


Montgomery 


78 


22 


1 


39 




* 


8 


87 


3.42 


2 


43 


3.43 


2.24 


Prince George's 


80 


39 





60 





53 


8 


71 


4 


44 


2 


83 


1 


24 


1.26 


Queen Annas 


72 


74 





52 





02 


5 


44 


4 


24 


13 


16 


2 


36 


1.52 


St. Mary's 


72 


90 


1 


17 





17 


7 


78 


3 


54 


11 


10 


2 


52 


0.82 


Somerset 


75 


03 





52 






6 


20 


3 


44 


12 


26 


1 


59 


0.96 


Talbot 


74 


85 





55 





04 


7 


67 


3 


54 


10 


26 


2 


22 


0.87 


Washington 


78 


31 





66 





39 


8 


78 


2 


47 


6 


55 


1 


61 


1.23 


Wicomico 


77.45 





59 





31 


7 


34 


2 


60 


9 


16 


1 


39 


1.16 


Worcester 


72 


29 





44 






6 


85 


3 


83 


13 


33 


1 


97 


1.29 



*Less than 0.01 percent. 



NOTE: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 

158 



Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenditures (K-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 









Pupil 






Operation of 












Local Unit 


Instruction 


Personnel 


Health 


Plant and 


Maintenance 


Administra- 


Fixed 




(K- 


-12) 


Services 


Services 


Equipment 






tion 


Charges 


EXCLUDING COST OF TRANSPORTATION 


Total State 


81 


82 





90 





23 


9.13 


3 


91 


2 


10 


1.91 


Allegany 


82 


89 





84 





31 


10.18 


3 


09 


1 


39 


1.30 


Anne Arundel 


85 


76 





77 




- 


7.60 


2 


69 


1 


73 


1.45 


Baltimore City 


79 


68 





97 





14 


9.70 


3 


85 


2 


13 


3.53 


Bal t imore 


oi 




0.75 


U 






4 


79 


1 


38 


I . UU 


Calvert 


82 


62 


1 


44 





29 


7.44 


3 


84 


3 


34 


1.03 


Caroline 


84 


98 


1 


04 





06 


7.86 


3.02 


1 


77 


1.27 


Carroll 


86 


20 





60 




- 


6.35 


4 


06 


1 


93 


0.86 


Cecil 


82 


03 





73 


0. 


09 


9.37 


3 


75 


2 


92 


1.11 


Charles 


84 


31 


1 


19 


0. 


02 


8.49 


2 


51 


2.43 


1.05 


Dorchester 


81 


77 





44 


0. 


37 


8.10 


5 


65 


2 


67 


1.00 


Frederick 


84 


55 





59 


0. 


33 


8.01 


3 


27 


2 


12 


1.13 


Garrett 


84 


29 





62 


0. 


68 


7.50 


3 


69 


2 


23 


0.99 


Harford 


83 


24 





54 


0. 


14 


7.81 


5 


24 


2 


16 


0.87 


Howard 


86 


11 





92 


0. 


05 


7.24 


3 


02 


1 


79 


0.87 


Kent 


84 


88 


1 


29 


0. 


41 


6.34 


2 


74 


3 


06 


1.28 


Montgomery 


80 


17 


1 


42 






9.09 


3 


51 


3 


51 


2.30 


Prince George's 


82 


73 





61 


0. 


55 


8.97 


4 


58 


1 


27 


1.29 


Queen Anne ' s 


83 


75 





60 


0. 


02 


6.27 


4 


89 


2 


72 


1.75 


St. Mary's 


82 


01 


1 


32 


0. 


19 


8.75 


3 


98 


2 


83 


0.92 


Somerset 


85 


51 





59 






7,07 


3 


92 


1 


81 


1.10 


Talbot 


83.41 





62 


0. 


04 


8.54 


3 


95 


2.48 


0.96 


Washington 


83 


79 





71 


0. 


42 


9.39 


2 


65 


1 


72 


1.32 


Wicomico 


85 


26 





65 


0. 


34 


8.08 


2.87 


1 


53 


1.27 


Worcester 


83 


42 





50 






7.90 


4 


42 


2 


27 


1.49 



*Less than 0.01 percent. 



NOTE: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 

159 

Cost per Pupil Belonging (K*-12): All Current Expenses — Including Administration and Fixed Charges: 

Maryland Public Day Schools: 1956-57 - 1965-66 



Local Unit 


1956- 


■57'' 


1957- 


-58 


1958- 


-59 


1959- 


-60 


I960- 


-61 


1961- 


-62 


1962- 


-63 


1963- 


-64 


1964- 


-65 


1965- 


-66 


Total State: Includ- 










































ing Retirement and 










































Social Security 


$290 


77 


$311 


69 


$340 


82 


$361 


09 


$389 


86 


$403 


07 


$425 


17 


$437 


27 


$461.45 


$514 


97 


Excluding Retirement 










































and Social Security 


267 


77 


288 


86 


313 


72 


331 


05 


358 


13 


378 


41 


398 


74 


409 


83 


437 


10 


487 


96 


Allegany 


268 


61 


283 


04 


304 


59 


311 


05 


321 


39 


335 


13 


345 


63 


365 


89 


388 


13 


444 


11 


Anne Arundel 


241 


97 


256 


13 


288 


65 


288 


39 


311 


85 


333 


69 


348 


77 


364 


35 


387 


75 


434 


18 


^ L X iiiv,/ X c X i> y 


274 


14 


290 


83 


308 


93 


311 


62 


341 


83 


355 


60 


373 


23 


375 


04 


390 


56 


445 


69 


Baltimore 


270 


79 


302 


11 


319 


85 


344 


49 


377 


23 


393 


07 


412 


67 


442 


87 


459 


97 


497 


67 


Calvert 


271 


72 


282 


60 


303 


99 


314 


45 


327 


72 


347 


95 


395 


95 


406 


30 


446 


61 


496 


49 


Carol ine 


285 


15 


312 


15 


331 


93 


348 


23 


369 


35 


380 


55 


395 


07 


411 


12 


448 


09 


485 


60 


Carroll 


240 


75 


258 


02 


290 


30 


307 


43 


319 


98 


334 


48 


359 


70 


369 


72 


403 


05 


433 


21 




267 


58 


299 


55 


325 


39 


330 


87 


351 


35 


371 


94 


384 


10 


392 


91 


433 


83 


478 


73 


Charles 


277 


89 


299 


12 


328 


43 


332 


24 


349 


61 


364 


99 


375 


23 


393 


26 


435 


42 


490 


45 


Dorchester 


261 


89 


286 


97 


305.44 


314 


87 


330 


77 


344 


70 


367 


68 


378 


15 


426 


33 


466 


16 


Frederick 


234 


37 


277 


75 


332 


10 


343 


35 


372 


55 


404 


70 


408 


18 


415 


95 


464 


21 


512 


73 


Garrett 


275 


90 


290 


20 


310 


25 


319 


64 


337 


13 


351 


83 


361 


97 


354 


61 


404 


17 


490 


59 


Harford 


267 


26 


278 


77 


311 


22 


325 


34 


360 


86 


377 


67 


382 


06 


405 


81 


430 


93 


479 


91 


Howard 


264 


94 


279 


47 


308 


59 


314 


41 


342 


28 


355 


98 


369 


63 


383.41 


434 


07 


481 


05 


Kent 


284 


69 


307 


65 


328 


47 


337 


65 


357 


53 


378 


66 


394 


81 


419 


89 


466 


26 


507 


37 


Montgomery 


304 


21 


316 


69 


352 


79 


405 


29 


436 


86 


471 


21 


505 


86 


506 


69 


545 


63 


614 


17 


Prince George's 


250 


28 


267 


17 


289 


87 


319 


28 


342 


54 


371 


91 


394 


91 


408 


14 


433 


79 


485 


35 


Queen Anne ' s 


300 


75 


319 


53 


342 


57 


361 


23 


383 


47 


392 


98 


394 


91 


421 


20 


443 


44 


487 


53 


St. Mary's 


243 


80 


275 


12 


303 


79 


313 


90 


337 


40 


371 


91 


368 


28 


376 


51 


414 


54 


492 


79 


Somerset 


260 


68 


275 


49 


295 


86 


309 


52 


324 


34 


348 


13 


364 


47 


367 


09 


409 


43 


433 


09 


Talbot 


266 


61 


296 


12 


320 


98 


324 


89 


330 


75 


347 


51 


357 


56 


365 


60 


418 


95 


453 


75 


Washington 


286 


59 


297 


91 


324 


36 


347 


65 


360 


93 


364 


21 


396 


54 


402 


22 


451 


62 


479 


79 


Wicomico 


255 


94 


265 


63 


293 


73 


291 


72 


309 


36 


325 


35 


351 


12 


356 


71 


400 


99 


433 


95 


Worcester 


277 


31 


292 


19 


326 


41 


338 


17 


362 


02 


372 


29 


366 


48 


364 


75 


407 


52 


422 


25 



*Half-time kindergarten pupils, where applicable, are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 

''Beginning year ending June 30, 1957 Social Security payments by State for teachers are included in Total State - Including Retirement and 
Social Security. Local unit data do not reflect Teachers' Retirement or Social Security payment by State. 



NOTE: This TABLE has been changed to reflect full-time equivalents of kindergarten for years shown; also corrected to exclude State 
retirement money for related expense fund and agencies other than public schools as previously reported. 



TABLE 

160 



Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses*: Grades K-12^: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Locai unit 




All 


Costs Including Transportation 






All 


Costs 


Excluding Transportation 




Total Including State 
Share of Teachers' 
Retirement and 
Social Security 


Total Excluding State 
Share of Teachers ' 
Retirement and 
Social Security 


Total Including State 
Share of Teachers ' 
Retirement and 
Social Security 


Total Excluding State 
Share of Teachers' 
Retirement and 
Social Security 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


Cost 


Rank 


local btace 


$514 


97 




$487. 


96 




_ 


$494 


60 






_ 


$467 


59 






— 


Allegany 


468 


78 


19 


444. 


11 




19 


439 


53 






16 


414 


85 






16 


Anne Arundel 


459 


72 


20 


434. 


18 




20 


434 


97 






17 


409 


43 






17 


Baltimore City 


472 


60 


18 


445. 


69 




18 


469 


27 






7 


442 


37 






8 


Baltimore 


525 


74 


4 


497. 


67 




4 


507 


43 






3 


479 


36 






3 


Laiver t 


520 


20 


5 


496. 


49 




5 


448 


04 






14 


424 


33 






13 


Carol Ine 


511 


45 


9 


485. 


60 




10 


449 


86 






13 


424 


00 






14 


uarroi. i 


456 


05 


22 


433. 


21 




22 


416 


79 






21 


393 


95 






22 


Cecil 


503 


85 


15 


478. 


73 




15 


465 


83 






9 


440 


71 






9 


Charles 


516 


07 


6 


490. 


45 




8 


457 


93 






12 


432 


31 






12 


Dorchester 


487 


90 


16 


466. 


16 




16 


429 


76 






19 


408 


02 






18 


Frederick 


539 


86 


2 


512. 


73 




2 


509 


47 






2 


482 


33 






2 


Garrett 


512 


87 


8 


490. 


59 




7 


423 


35 






20 


401 


07 






20 


Harford 


505 


67 


14 


479. 


91 




13 


467 


01 






8 


441 


25 






7 


Howard 


507 


48 


12 


481. 


05 




12 


461 


85 






10 


435 


42 






11 


Kent 


533 


89 


3 


507. 


37 




3 


481 


04 






5 


454 


52 






5 


Montgomery 


649 


07 


1 


614. 


17 




1 


634 


15 






1 


599 


24 






1 


Prince George's 


508 


82 


11 


485. 


35 




11 


495 


11 






4 


471 


64 






4 


Queen Anne ' s 


511 


31 


10 


487. 


53 




9 


447 


17 






15 


423 


39 






15 


St. Mary's 


514 


71 


7 


492. 


79 




6 


460 


00 






11 


438 


08 






10 


Somerset 


455 


82 


23 


433. 


09 




23 


402 


70 






23 


379 


98 






23 


Talbot 


476 


99 


17 


453. 


75 




17 


430 


43 






18 


407 


19 






19 


Washington 


506 


35 


13 


479. 


79 




14 


474 


94 






6 


448 


39 






6 


Wicomico 


456 


56 


21 


433. 


95 




21 


416 


79 






22 


394 


17 






21 


Worcester 


444 


23 


24 


422. 


25 




24 


387 


93 






24 


365 


95 






24 



*Expenditures for administration and fixed charges are included in all columns; home teaching of handicapped children, adult education, 
food services, student body activities, community services, federal funds for school lunch and special milk, and community colleges are 
excluded from this table. 

^Half-time kindergarten pupils, when applicable, are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at pupil costs. 



TABLE 

161 



Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expense by Function (K-12*): Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 





Total 






Pupil 














Public School 








Local Unit 


Current 


Instruction 


Personnel 


Health 


Operation 


Mainte- 


Pupil 


Administra- 


Fixed 




Expenses 






Services 


Services 






nance 


Transportat ion 


tion 


Charges 


Total State 


$487 


95 


$382 


59 


$4 


21 


SI 


08 


$42 


63 


S18 


31 


S20 


37 


<;9 


83 


$8.93 


Al legany 


444 


11 


343 


86 


3.49 


1 


28 


42 


25 


12 


82 


29 


26 


5 


77 


5.38 


Anne Arundel 


434 


18 


351 


12 


3 


16 




- 


31 


10 


11 


01 


24 


75 


7 


09 


5.95 


Baltimore City 


445 


69 


352 


47 


4 


28 





64 


42 


93 


17 


06 


3 


32 


9 


39 


15.60 


Bal timore 


497 


67 


389 


26 


3 


58 


2 


15 


49 


99 


22 


97 


18 


31 


6 


61 


4.80 


Calvert 


496 


48 


350 


57 


6 


11 


1 


23 


31 


59 


16 


29 


72 


15 


14 


19 


4.35 


Caroline 


485 


60 


360 


32 


4 


40 





25 


33 


36 


12 


79 


61 


59 


7 


51 


5.38 


Carroll 


433 


21 


339 


60 


2 


36 




- 


25 


00 


16 


01 


39 


26 


7 


61 


3.37 


Cecil 


478 


73 


361 


52 


3 


21 





42 


41 


29 


16 


54 


38 


02 


12 


87 


4.86 


Charles 


490 


45 


364 


48 


5 


15 





07 


36 


69 


10 


84 


58 


13 


10 


53 


4.56 


Dorchester 


466 


16 


333 


64 


1 


81 


1 


52 


33 


05 


23 


03 


58 


14 


10 


89 


4.08 


Frederick 


512 


73 


407 


80 


2 


84 


1 


57 


38 


64 


15 


78 


30 


39 


10 


24 


5.47 


Garrett 


490 


59 


338 


08 


2.48 


2 


72 


30 


07 


14 


81 


89 


52 


8 


95 


3.96 


Harford 


479 


91 


367 


29 


2 


36 





61 


34 


48 


23 


13 


38 


67 


9 


52 


3.85 


Howard 


481 


05 


374 


94 


4 


00 





20 


31 


55 


13 


15 


45 


63 


7 


79 


3.79 


Kent 


507 


37 


385 


78 


5 


87 


1 


89 


28 


82 


12 


43 


52 


85 


13 


92 


5.81 


Montgomery 


614 


17 


480.42 


8 


53 





01 


54 


49 


21 


02 


14 


92 


21 


03 


13.75 


Prince George's 


485 


35 


390 


18 


2 


89 


2 


57 


42 


30 


21 


58 


13 


71 


6 


02 


6.10 


Queen Anne's 


487 


53 


354 


62 


2 


54 





09 


26 


54 


20 


69 


64 


14 


11 


50 


7.41 


St. Mary's 


492 


79 


359 


25 


5 


78 





84 


38 


34 


17 


43 


54 


71 


12 


40 


4.04 


Somerset 


433 


09 


324 


93 


2 


24 






26 


87 


14 


89 


53 


11 


6 


88 


4.17 


Talbot 


453 


75 


339 


65 


2 


51 





18 


34 


78 


16 


07 


46 


55 


10 


09 


3.92 


Washington 


479 


79 


375 


72 


3 


17 


1 


87 


42 


11 


11 


86 


31 


40 


7 


73 


5.93 


Wicomico 


433 


95 


336 


08 


2 


55 


1 


34 


31 


85 


11 


29 


39 


78 


6 


05 


5.01 


Worces ter 


422 


25 


305 


25 


1 


83 






28 


90 


16 


18 


56 


30 


8 


32 


5.47 



•'Half-time kindergarten pupils, where applicable, are expressed in full-time equivalents in arriving at per pupil costs. 



NOTE: Expenditures by State for Teachers' Retirement and Social Security are not included. 



TABLE 

152 



Foundation Program-': Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 









Other 


Local 


Base 














Local Unit 


Total 


Minimum 


Current 


Real 




Local 


Percent 


State 


Percent 




Foundation 


Salaries 


Expense 


Property 


Income 


Share' 


Local 


Share 


State 


lotai ocace 




C 1 QQ 7 Q T QA 1 


C A OA t^A 


CQ A 9ft A 09 9Q'^ 


c 9 9 7 1 '^^^CJ 1 A 9 
/ i,juy, ioz 


C1^7 lft9 Q19 


60 


.3 


C Q7 9A 7 fl9 
py/,JO/,OZ3 


39 


7 


Al legany 


c Q 1 n A ft A 


A fin 9 9 7fl 




lilc Q99 c:qq 

ioD , y zz , jy y 


£Q 77Q 1 Qft 

Do , / /o , iyo 


9 QQ9 1 9A 
Z , OOZ , i ZD 


49 


6 


9 Q9Q 9An 

z , yzo , jtju 


50 


4 


Anne Arundel 


iQ 1 em. 
io , Jj / , LD5 


1 A Q O 9 A Q 7 


9 c 9 /. C^C^Q 
J , J J'* , DDO 


J / , JUD , DD4 


9r\c; 00£ 7QA 

ZUD , oyo , / y't 


t r\ c /.I.e. 
y , OUj , q'to 


52 


3 


7 t 1 7 1 Q 
, / 3i , / 19 


47 


7 


Baltimore City 


58,433,605 


47,642,093 


10,791,512 


2,169,209,305 


782,555,417 


36,247,671 


62 





22,185,934 


38 





Baltimore 


36,142,513 


29,392,954 


6,749,559 


1,769,220,328 


669,354,531 


29,945,699 


73 


if 


9,681,566 


26 


zf 


Calvert 


1 7 ITT 
L f / , I / Z 




9 1 Q 9 A Q 

Jio , j4y 


9ii 010 999 

JO , Bio , ZZZ 


Q CD! 1 9 C 
, Dyi , iZ J 


C C 7 9 7 

53/ , bZ / 


31 


8 


1 , lyb , 343 


68 


2 


Carol ine 




1 A A 1 on 7 


9n 9 


97 991 ~l L 
SI ,ZJi, /HO 


in i^t; 9^^^ 
iU , 1 jD , JjD 


C 1 Q 1 A 

joi , y l^t 


33 


4 


1 1 9 A Q Q 

1 , iDz , itoy 


66 


6 


Carroll 


, jut) , JUi 




7 Q 9 9 7 9 


190 IQC A 99 

ijy,io5,4jZ 


Al 1Q9 009 

4i , iyz , yyz 


9 91c: r\A 7 
z , Z 13 , / 


51 


4 


9 no 1 9 C/ 

Z ,(jy 1 , Z34 


48 


6 


Cecil 


3,654,507 


2,988,580 


665,927 


106,112,723 


31,687,902 


1,692,192 


46 


3 


1,962,315 


53 


7 


Charles 


3,291,504 


2,697,156 


594,348 


77,804,693 


23,068,944 


1,238,728 


37 


6 


2,052,776 


62 


4 


Dorchester 




I , cjio , by i 




DO , D J / , U Jo 


10 , _) JO ,HDU 


1 , uhj , y ju 


45 


3 


1 , z 10 , y^o 


54 


7 


Frederick 


c 7 Q /; A n 


A 7 ^fi <^ 1 A 


1 A T 7 7 0/. 


loo , OVi , /UU 


JH- , JDO ,01/ 


7 OA 7 Q 7 7 

z , yoz , 3 jz 


51 


1 


7 7 7 7 A Q 
L , J J , / UO 


48 


9 


r'a rro t- f- 
ud L 1 t: L U 


L y 1 1 J y L ^ £. 




Tin Q A Q 
J i «J , OH 7 




A ft7? ^QT 

0,0/t.,j7J 


JD / , J / / 


30 


4 


1 A17 


69 


6 


Harford 


7,228,711 


5,875,687 


1,353,024 


219,178,832 


70,325,196 


3,555,109 


49 


2 


3,673,602 


50 


8 


Howard 


3,723,109 


3,030,321 


692,788 


168,443,387 


46,729,087 


2,642,318 


70 


9 


1,080,791 


29 


1 


Kent 


1,224,245 


1,006,926 


217,319 


50,327,920 


7,999,725 


716,263 


58 


5 


507 ,982 


41 


5 


Montgomery 


33,228,858 


27,205,224 


6,023,634 


1,703,760, 115 


679,738,354 


29,269,361 


70 


6^ 


9,781,240 


29 


4^ 


Prince George's 


35,557,429 


28,676,834 


6,880,595 


1,244,784,680 


482,388,051 


21,209,681 


59 


6 


14,347,747 


40 


4 


Queen Anne's 


1,455,177 


1,194,216 


260,961 


51,192,209 


7,718,992 


723,430 


49 


7 


731,747 


50 


3 


St. Mary's 


2,620,016 


2,123,270 


496,746 


57,524,995 


15,413,118 


895,680 


34 


1 


1,724,336 


65 


9 


Somerset 


1,597,541 


1,322,193 


275,348 


29,563,327 


6,598,427 


444,066 


27 


8 


1,153,475 


72 


2 


Talbot 


1,574,023 


1,302,271 


271,752 


67,942,960 


14,887,685 


1,017 , 160 


64 


6 


556,862 


35 


4 


Washington 


7,366,141 


6,092,307 


1,273,834 


235,155,196 


73,343,160 


3,788,360 


51 


4 


3,577,781 


48 


6 


Wicomico 


4,228,652 


3,467,604 


761,048 


139,261,456 


35,559,598 


2,146,803 


50 


8 


2,081,850 


49 


2 


Worcester 


2,085,153 


1,711,292 


373,861 


88,780,515 


11,560,855 


1,232,192 


59 


1 


852,961 


40 


9 



Provides $279 per pupil to support a basic minimum salary schedule of $4 , 800-$7 , 000 at a staffing ratio of 45 teachers per 1,000 pupils, 
$61 for other current expense, and $30 for increased enrollment. Effective, 1965, support for transportation costs is provided under a 
separate program. 
1.2287. times local base 



''Article 77, paragraph 220 (b) (6) 



TABLE 

163 



Foundation Program per Pupil and Staffing Ratio: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 







Staffing Ratio 










Other 








Local Unit 








Central 


Foundation 


Minimum 


Current 


Local 


State 




Pupils 


Teachers 


uzT ice 


Program 


Salaries 


Expense 


Share 


Share 


Total State 


731,490 


45 


4 


1.4 


$335 


18 


$273 


13 


$62 


04 


$174 


45 


$133.11 


Allegany 


16,539 


43 


4 


1 . 2 


351 


32 


290 


36 


61 


00 


174 


26 


177.06 


Anne Arundel 


56,678 


45 


6 


1.4 


323 


89 


261 


52 


62 


37 


169 


47 


154.42 


Baltimore City 


1 7 c A A 7 
i / J , OD/ 


42 


1 


1.6 


332 


64 


271 


21 


61 


43 


206 


34 




Baltimore 


109,216 


47 


7 


1.1 


330 


93 


269 


13 


61 


80 


447 


56* 


88.65* 


Calvert 


5,179 


44 





1.5 


338 


71 


277 


24 


61 


47 


107 


67 


231.04 


Caroline 


4,906 


47 


2 


1.4 


355 


57 


293 


89 


61 


68 


118 


61 


236.96 


Carroll 


12,823 


45 


3 


1.3 


335 


83 


273 


96 


61 


87 


172 


74 


163.09 


Cecil 


lu , yu / 


43 


2 


1.4 


335 


06 


274 


01 


61 


05 


155 


15 


i /y . y i 


Charles 


9,498 


44 


8 


1.9 


346 


55 


283 


97 


62 


58 


130 


42 


216.86 


Dorchester 


6,502 


42 


8 


1.2 


342 


25 


281 


25 


61 


00 


160 


86 


181.39 


Frederick 


16,764 


46 


5 


1.5 


345 


75 


283 


85 


61 


90 


176 


72 


169.03 


Garrett 


5,089 


42 


9 


1.1 


348 


42 


287 


34 


61 


08 


111 


53 


236.89 


Harford 


21,654 


46 


8 


1.6 


333 


83 


271 


34 


62 


49 


164 


18 


169.65 


Howard 


11,038 


45 





1.7 


337 


30 


274 


54 


62 


76 


239 


38 


97.92 


Kent 


3,539 


49 


5 


2.0 


345 


93 


284 


52 


61 


41 


202 


39 


143.54 


Montgomery 


96,826 


49 


3 


1.4 


343 


18 


280 


97 


62 


21 


302 


29-.V 


40.89* 


Prince George's 


108,185 


45 


9 


1.0 


328 


67 


265 


07 


63 


60 


196 


05 


132.62 


Queen Anne's 


4,251 


45 


8 


1.5 


342 


31 


280 


93 


61 


38 


170 


18 


172.13 


St. Mary's 


8,016 


46 





1.6 


326 


85 


264 


88 


61 


97 


111 


74 


215.11 


Somerset 


4,508 


44 


7 


1.1 


354 


38 


293 


30 


61 


08 


98 


51 


255.87 


Talbot 


4.452 


45 


1 


1.7 


353 


55 


292 


51 


61 


04 


228 


47 


125.08 


Washington 


20,854 


43 


9 


1.6 


353 


22 


292 


14 


61 


08 


181 


66 


171.56 


Wicomico 


12,278 


43 


9 


1.5 


344 


41 


282 


42 


61 


99 


174 


85 


169.56 


Worcester 


6,121 


43 


1 


1 . 1 


340 


65 


279 


58 


61 


07 


201 


31 


139.34 



*Adjusted as provided by Article 77, paragraph 220(b). 



TABLE 

164 



Average Annual 


Salary per Teacher and Principal 


Public Schools of Maryland: 1922- 


23 — 1965-66 


Year 


Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal 


Total 


Elementary 


High 


1922-23 


<51 243 


$1 , 156 


$1 , 67 1 


1927-28 


1,408 


1,320 


1^830 


1932-33 


1,453 


1,398 


1,659 


1937-38 


1,556 


1,487 


1,784 




1,775 


1,648 


1,994 


1956-57 


4,719 


4,684 


4,760 


1957-58 


4,944 


4,821 


5,092 


1958-59 


5,247 


5,079 


5,447 


1959-60 


5,493 


5,436 


5,556 


1960-61 


5,852 


5,715 


5,999 


1961-62 


6,009 


6,019 


6,184 


1962-63 


6,239 


6,147 


6,334 


1963-64 


6,416 


6,243 


6,605 


1964-65 


6,764 


6,576 


6,962 


1965-66 


7,073 


6,818 


7,347 



TABLE 

165 



Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal (1-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 — 1965-66 



Locai uniu 


1 Q ^A— ^7 
I 7 jO — J / 


1 7 J / — JO 


1 Q "^ft- "iQ 




L 30w— D J. 




L yO^. — J 


1 QA'^ AA 
1 70 J— Ot 




1 Oil <^ A A 
L J— 00 


Total State 


$4,719 


$4,944 


$5,247 


$5,493 


$5,852 


$6,099 


$6,239 


$6,416 


$6, 764 


$7 ,073 


Allegany 


4,551 


4,673 


5, 134 


5, 162 


5,494 


5,799 


5,757 


6,372 


6,629 


6,676 


Anne Arundel 


4,283 


4,527 


4,778 


4,792 


5,069 


5,362 


5,593 


5,777 


5,877 


6,455 


Baltimore City 


5,243 


5,450 


5,613 


5,623 


6, 183 


6,612 


6,390 


6,409 


6,743 


6,917 


Baltimore 


4,686 


5,095 


5,369 


5,578 


5,931 


6,044 


6,094 


6,545 


6,788 


7,098 


Calvert 


3,965 


4,274 


4,623 


4,661 


4,814 


5,195 


5,644 


5,795 


6, 349 


6,451 


Carol ine 


4,293 


4,565 


4,900 


4,895 


5,205 


5,473 


5,425 


5,555 


6,284 


6,252 


Carroll 


4,114 


4,315 


4,498 


4,921 


5,206 


5,497 


5,897 


5,976 


6,513 


6,488 


Cecil 


4,351 


4,682 


5,014 


5,018 


5,368 


5,776 


6,031 


6,279 


6,714 


6,583 


Charles 


4, 307 


4,630 


5,077 


5,228 


5,541 


5,845 


5,772 


5,795 


6,640 


6,7 34 


Dorches ter 


4,248 


4,477 


4,967 


4,930 


5,263 


5,461 


5,615 


5,734 


6,405 


6,362 


Frederick 


4,263 


4,698 


5,169 


5,235 


5,403 


5,811 


5,812 


6,193 


7,141 


7,222 


Garrett 


4,261 


4,495 


4,930 


5,028 


5,267 


5,527 


5,574 


5,644 


6,570 


6,490 


Harford 


4,313 


4,453 


4,834 


5,094 


5,597 


5,837 


5,945 


6,234 


6,475 


6,616 


Howard 


4,304 


4,523 


4,947 


5,157 


5,513 


5,687 


5,933 


6,167 


6,478 


6,915 


Kent 


4,150 


4,517 


4,783 


4,842 


5,117 


5,396 


5,651 


5,736 


6,467 


6,359 


Montgomery 


5,032 


5,060 


5,403 


6,528 


6,592 


6,594 


7,460 


7,462 


7,691 


8,315 


Prince George's 


4,461 


4,617 


5,028 


5,404 


5,779 


6,015 


6,120 


6,307 


6,640 


7,142 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,257 


4,430 


4,874 


4,957 


5,299 


5,498 


5,602 


5,896 


6,486 


6,563 


St. Mary's 


3,799 


4.159 


4,623 


4,599 


4,714 


5,062 


5,090 


5,237 


5,794 


5,634 


Somerset 


4,044 


4,348 


4,788 


4,840 


5,040 


5,287 


5,331 


5,483 


6,343 


6,354 


Talbot 


4,351 


4,716 


5,038 


4,971 


5,190 


5,392 


5,479 


5,890 


6,448 


6,270 


Washington 


4,551 


4,772 


5,273 


5,372 


5,686 


5,887 


6,075 


6,314 


7,112 


7,207 


Wicomico 


4,345 


4,419 


4,953 


4,872 


5,205 


5,448 


5,646 


5,578 


6,152 


6,432 


Worcester 


4, 127 


4,419 


4,691 


4,714 


5,191 


5,310 


5,295 


5,357 


6,233 


6,281 



TABLE 

166 



Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


All Schools 


Elementary 


High 


Total 


Teachers 


Principals"" 


Total 


Teachers 


Principals-' 


Total 


Teachers 


Principals-' 


Total State 


$/ ,U/ J 


So , 049 


1 1 7 1 r* 
§11 , JiU 


So , Bio 


c c c 7 
Sb , 5D3 


§11, UJ't 


$7 , 347 


$7 , 162 


$11 , 730 


Allegany 


6,676 


6,568 


9,061 


6,866 


6,751 


8,871 


6,529 


6,428 


9,288 


Anne Arundel 


6,455 


6,227 


10,862 


6,121 


5,831 


10,266 


6,885 


6,719 


12,652 


Baltimore City 


tj , y i / 


D , oyu 


11 Q Q 7 
i i , 80 J 




A 1 C 1 


11 7 O 7 

LI , lyl 


7 /. /. A 

/ , Hkb 


7 7 O 7 

/ , zoz 


17 O 7 7 
11 ,Di/ 


Baltimore 


7 r\OQ 

/ , uyo 


ei Q 7 Q 
D , BZy 


1 1 AAA 


A OA 7 

, ytj / 


A A 7 C 


11 C Q Q 

i i , joy 


7 7 7 1 
/ , A Ji 


7 O 7 1 
/ ,UJ1 


11 7 O C 


Calvert 


0,^51 


D , iyo 


Q Q 1 7 

y , 81 J 


A /. 7 7 


A 1 A 1 
b , i't i 


y , DUi 


A /. Q C 

b,A-8j 


A 7 A A 

b , Abb 


1 O / 7 1 
10,4^1 


Caroline 


6,252 


6,087 


8,580 


6,087 


5,928 


8,144 


6,374 


6,204 


8,956 


Carroll 


6,488 


6,340 


9,267 


6,218 


6,074 


9,081 


6,770 


6,619 


9,439 


Cecil 


C C Q T 

0, DOJ 


D , Joi 


1 r» 7 7 7 

Iv ,1/ / 


A /CO 

D,4Dy 


A 7 70 
b ,2.Z.\J 


1 r\ 1 7 o 

iu, 1 jy 


A 7 7/. 

b , /Z4 


6,519 


10,461 


Charles 


A 7 
, / 


CIO 

, jiy 


in n/. Q 
iU , U4y 


A Q C 7 
, 8DJ 


A A 7/. 

b , b Jh 


O OA 7 

y , yUii 


A AO/. 

b , bUif 


A 7 O C 

b , 395 


1 O 7 / A 
lU , Aifb 


Dorchester 


£ T t 7 

, ibZ 


C 7 7 1 
b ,11 I 


o n A o 

8 , yoB 


A 7 17 
b , Ji J 


A 7 / A 
b , Z4U 


O 7 CO 

8 , / 5U 


A / 1 O 

b , q 10 


6 , 300 


9 , 127 


Frederick 


7,222 


7,043 


10,218 


6,896 


6,690 


9,564 


7,554 


7,392 


11,404 


Garrett 


6,490 


6,355 


7,816 


6,490 


6,326 


7,492 


6,489 


6,384 


9,111 


Harford 


6,616 


6,490 


9,060 


6,395 


6,295 


8,012 


6,898 


6,733 


11,155 


Howard 


6,915 


6,721 


10,810 


6,731 


6,547 


10,538 


7,110 


6,906 


11,083 


Kent 


6,359 


6,230 


8,581 


6,242 


6,119 


8,343 


6,465 


6,331 


8,800 


Montgomery 


8,315 


8,051 


13,325 


8,212 


7,910 


13,094 


8,416 


8,186 


13,640 


Prince George's 


7,142 


6,888 


11,648 


6,807 


6,537 


11,221 


7,542 


7,304 


12,259 


Queen Anne ' s 


6,563 


6,385 


8,861 


6,705 


6,465 


8,735 


6,428 


6,314 


9,175 


St. Mary's 


5,634 


5,402 


10,111 


5,913 


5,620 


11,419 


5,342 


5,175 


8,671 


Somerset 


6,354 


6,209 


7,835 


6,216 


6,067 


7,394 


6,483 


6,336 


8,529 


Talbot 


6,270 


6,208 


9,400 


6,436 


6,436 




6,098 


5,962 


9,400 


Washington 


7,207 


7,103 


9,993 


6,994 


6,870 


9,553 


7,402 


7,313 


10,699 


Wicomico 


6,432 


6,322 


8,880 


6,522 


6,409 


8,835 


6,343 


6,237 


8,933 


Worcester 


6,281 


6,172 


8,284 


6,213 


6,109 


8,023 


6,347 


6,233 


8,565 



♦Includes principals and vice principals classified according to time spent in teaching and administrative-supervisory responsibilities. 



TABLE 

167 



Expenditures of Public Funds for Transportation: Cost per Public School Pupil Transported: Number and Percent Transported: 

Counties of Maryland* — 1956-57 — 1965-66: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Year 




Cost per 


Number 




Local Unit 


Amount 


Pupil 


Transported 


Percent 


COUNTIES OF MARYLAND, 1956-57 — 1965-66 


1956-57 


$6,802,444 


$35.41 


192,126 


55.5 


1957-58 


7,497,938 


37.12 


201,969 


55.4 


1958-59 


8,238,252 


38.24 


215,414 


55.8 


1959-60 


8,789,916 


38.47 


228,495 


56.1 


1960-61 


9,793,092 


41.68 


234,933 


54.9 


1961-62 


10,492,037 


41.55 


252,538 


55.0 


1962-63 


11,482,471 


43.02 


266,902 


54.7 


1963-64 


12,183,375 


43.05 


282,987 


54.4 


1964-65 


12,901,593 


43.48 


296,736 


54.2 


1965-66 


14,535,746 


46.81 


310,550 


54.3 


BY LOCAL UNIT, 1965-66 


Total State 


15,137,377 




314,695 




Allegany 


480,582 


55.08 


8,725 


52.8 


Anne Arundel 


1,395,736 


41.74 


33,438 


59.0 


Baltimore City 


601,631 


* 


4,145 




Baltimore 


1,996,404 


39.70 


50,285 


46.1 


Calvert 


369,192 


74.37 


4,964 


95.8 


Caroline 


300,303 


75.47 


3,979 


79.2 


Carroll 


500,863 


47.55 


10,534 


82.1 


Cecil 


410,949 


48.68 


8,441 


77.4 


Charles 


548,077 


63.08 


8,689 


91.5 


Dorchester 


374,828 


103.86 


3,609 


55.5 


Frederick 


505,923 


46.05 


10,985 


65.5 


Garrett 


450,496 


93.27 


4,830 


94.9 


Harford 


843,217 


53.57 


15,740 


72.7 


Howard 


504,951 


50.91 


9,919 


89.9 


Kent 


185,689 


71.28 


2,605 


73.6 


Montgomery 


1,520,289 


33.04 


46,016 


43.3 


Prince George's 


1,518,019 


32.96 


46,056 


40.7 


Queen Anne ' s 


266,667 


71.41 


3,734 


87.8 


St. Mary's 


434,907 


60.25 


7,218 


87.3 


Somerset 


234, 380 


78.36 


2,991 


66.3 


Talbot 


205,921 


80.19 


2,568 


57.7 


Washington 


663,195 


50.43 


13,151 


60.5 


Wicomico 


483,643 


66.35 


7,289 


59.4 


Worcester 


341,515 


71.39 


4,784 


76.6 



"•'•Cost per pupil and percent transported for Baltimore City are not shown because Baltimore City with 25.0 percent of total State 



enrollment transports only 2.2 percent of its pupils. 



TABLE 

168 



Number of Public Schools to Which Transportation Was Provided at Public Expense: Number of Vehicles Used: 

State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 
Number 

of 
Schools 


Number of Schools to Which Transportation Was Provided 


Number of Vehicles 




Ci J. clue n L a ry 


Combined 
E 1 emen t a ry 

^ n ^ U 1 r» r» 

dnu mgn 


n i gll DC tlOO i- 


Buses 


Owned by 


Private 
Cars and 
o tat ion 
Wagons 


Local Lnit 


Contractors 


Total State 


1,148 


949 


676 


33 


240 


1,157 


2,166 


105 


Allegany 


36 


31 


20 


4 


7 


3 


113 


8 


Anne Arundel 


81 


81 


66 




15 


7 


311 


*8 


Baltimore City 


195 


97 


78 


1 


18 


40 


46 


- 


Baltimore 


127 


110 


75 


- 


35 


343 


180 


1 


Calvert 


16 


16 


12 


1 


3 


- 


75 


2 


Caroline 


11 


11 


3 


6 


2 




64 


3 


Carroll 


23 


23 


14 


2 


7 


- 


111 


3 


Cecil 


22 


21 


15 


- 


6 


- 


83 


6 


Charles 


17 


17 


11 


1 


5 


- 


101 


1 


Dorchester 


26 


23 


18 




5 


1 


63 


10 


Frederick 


31 


31 


22 


2 


7 


68 


78 




Garrett 


19 


19 


14 


3 


2 


1 


80 


12 


Harford 


31 


31 


23 




8 


10 


198 




Howard 


18 


18 


12 




6 




107 


3 


Kent 


12 


12 


8 


2 


2 


1 


38 




Montgomery 


149 


120 


84 




36 


307 




2 


Prince George's 


180 


137 


94 




43 


341 


19 


9 


Queen Anne ' s 


14 


14 


10 




4 


3 


51 


7 


St. Mary's 


21 


21 


14 


2 


5 




72 


5 


Somerset 


19 


19 


12 


4 


3 




54 


^3 


Talbot 


14 


14 


11 


1 


2 




46 




Washington 


45 


42 


29 


2 


11 


31 


97 


13 


Wicomico 


24 


24 


18 




4 




108 




Worcester 


17 


17 


13 








7 1 





*Includes the following number of county-owned cars or station wagons: Anne Arundel, 8; Frederick, 9; Montgomery, 2; Prince George's, 9; 

Washington, 2; Total, 30. 
^Includes two boats in Somerset County. 



TABLE 

169 



Capital Outlay Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 




Expenditures 


for Capital Outlay 




Elementary 


High 


Administrat ion 
Buildings 


Community 
Colleges 


Total State 


$120,676,486 


$44,279,253 


$67,205,693 


$2,658,647 


$6,532,893 


Allegany 


1,247,347 


276,033 


689,146 


82,485 


199,683 


Anne Arundel 


6,795,290 


1,981,058 


3,850,552 


954,807 


8,873 


Baltimore City 


23,554,730 


9,072,544 


13,234,529 


385,120 


862,537 


Baltimore 


19,313,011 


9,304,902 


8,818,247 


159,088 


1,030,774 


Calvert 


19,369 


8,820 


9,911 


638 




Caroline 


193,780 


58,350 


135,430 






Carroll 


1,652,060 


348,877 


1,303,183 


'_ 




Cecil 


1,155,330 


294,721 


853,089 


7,520 


- 


Charles 


2,447,623 


2,048,618 


341,253 


38,292 


19,460 


Dorchester 


352,905 


242,793 


110, 112 






f reuer icK 


L OQQ 796 


448 467 


197 079 


125 631 


128,549 


Garrett 


714,680 


13!l66 


695,595 


5^919 




Harford 


4,536,799 


1,441,610 


1,873,341 


42,091 


1,179,757 


Howard 


1,977,739 


134,185 


1,841,054 


2,500 




Kent 


165,065 


52,496 


62,794 


49,775 




Montgomery 


17,219,400 


5,500,633 


11,536,323 


160,512 


21,932 


Prince George's 


24,495,092 


10,829,155 


11,817,198 


81,073 


1,767,666 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,419,626 


2,819 


1,416,807 






St. Mary's 


1,258,066 


523,692 


7 34,374 






Somerset 


127,762 


114,160 


7,394 


6,208 




Talbot 


1,458,345 


34,793 


1,423,002 


550 




Washington 


4,155,916 


885,751 


1,746,766 


209,737 


1,313,662 


Wicomico 


1,941,288 


426,309 


1,176,147 


338,832 




Worcester 


375,537 


235,301 


132,367 


7,869 





i 



TABLE 

170 



Value* of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1965-66 





Total 


Elementary 


High 




Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 


Total 


Average 




Value 


per Pupil 


Value 


per Pupil 


Value 


per Pupil 


Total State 


$1,030,747,700 


$1,387 


$476,735,649 


$1,116 


$554,012,051 


SI 753 




28,175,600 


1,715 


11,776,740 


1,462 


16,398,860 


1,958 


Anne Arundel 


1 J f O £.0 y OHO 


1 IAS 


JJ,^^0,/JO 






1 7 1 Q 


Baltimore City'^ 




1 , uuo 


Q9 fififi 1 Q7 
?i , 000 f Ly 1 


J 7 


07,J70,UX'+ 




Da i. L 1.U1U L C 




i , ODD 




1 , J JO 




£. , U JI 


pal \Tctrt- 






9AQ R9n 




9 QSA sin 


1 A 1Q 


PaT*/\l InA 


7,415,604 


1,521 


2,548,326 


951 


4,867,278 


2,217 


Carroll 






7 '^^ 7 71 


7 Qft 


7 lAi mft 

/ y JM- J y U JO 


1 19 


Cecil 


1 ft nnn nnn 




7 '^'^s nnn 

/ , J J J } uuu 


1 1 SO 


in fif^s nnn 


9 Anfl 


V^ltclL ICS 


1 ^ n9ft 1 '\9 




7 7nA "^0*^ 


1 Ann 


7 1 9 T ft A 


1 AAA 




8,580,800 


1,331 


3,312,100 


953 


5,268,700 


1,773 


Frederick 


33,014,485 


1,983 


12,098,435 


1,331 


20,916,050 


2,768 


Garrett 


6,803,300 


1,352 


3,224,100 


1,162 


3,579,200 


1,585 


Harford 


35,997,250 


1,651 


18,424,662 


1,452 


17,572,588 


1,927 


Howard 


10,922,900 


987 


5,290,000 


865 


5,632,900 


1,137 


Kent 


4,218,200 


1,201 


1,682,600 


840 


2,535,600 


1,679 


Montgomery 


143,826,667 


1,412 


69,624,113 


1,241 


74,202,554 


1,622 


Prince George ' s 


173,867,250 


1,571 


76,696,673 


1,173 


97,170,577 


2,144 


Queen Anne's 


4,073,807 


980 


1,787,097 


756 


2,286,710 


1,276 


St. Mary's 


9,094,791 


1,144 


3,998,134 


827 


5,096,657 


1,637 


Somerset 


4,887,308 


1,107 


2,041,165 


840 


2,846,143 


1,436 


Talbot 


8,016,989 


1,813 


3,586,565 


1,453 


4,430,424 


2,267 


Washington 


30,613,100 


1,449 


15,058,000 


1,297 


15,555,100 


1,636 


Wicomico 


20,435,100 


1,681 


8,982,320 


1,283 


11,452,780 


2,221 


Worcester 


8,949,527 


1,475 


4,203,000 


1,218 


4,746,527 


1,815 



*Value based on 100 percent of the insured valuation for each school building and the equipment thereof. Value of sites has been excluded. 
^Baltimore City shows value of buildings and equipment as carried by the Bureau of Accounts and Disbursements; this valuation does not 
constitute the basis for insurance. 



TABLE 

171 



Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


School Bonded 


Indebtedness As Of 


June 30, 1966 


iyoj Assessed 

Valuation 
Taxable at 
Full Rate for 
County 
Purposes 


Assessed 
Valuation 
per Dollar 
of School 
Bonded In- 
debtedness 


Percent 
School 
Bonded In- 
debtedness 
is of Assess- 
ed Valuation 


iotai 


County 
Bonds 


State 
Loan' 


Total State 


$688,683,844 


$555,462,461 


$133,221,383 


$11,996,631,132 


$17 


5.7 


Allegany 


7,905,317 


4,610,000 


3,295,317 


227,979,141 


29 


3.5 




SS 727 666 


3fi 473 000 


17 2 54 666 


697 837 912 


12 


8.0 


Baltimore City 


*149,030,000 


*149,030,000 




2,863,887,828 


19 


5.2 


Baltimore 


*132,590,393 


*103, 939,000 


28,651,393 


2,164,289,995 


16 


6.1 


Calvert 


2,258,276 


1,828,000 


430,276 


44,427,074 


20 


5.1 


Caroline 


2,853,143 


2,170,000 


683,143 


45,888,693 


16 


6.2 


P a i-T-ril 1 

vcl£^ L U X 1. 


1 664 407 






IQT S79 627 


S3 


1 . 9 


Cecil 


10,110,298 


7,920,000 


2,190,298 


131,739,444 


13 


7.7 


Charles 


6,859,766 


3,886,000 


2,973,766 


105,155,112 


15 


6.5 


Dorchester 


4,501,997 


4,347,000 


154,997 


83,437,998 


19 


5.4 


Frederick 


22, 740 , 648 


18,370,000 


4,370,648 


^ Ci Ci IrtT a £. "i 

288 , 307 , 863 


13 


7 . 9 


Garrett 


1,590,356 


575,000 


1,015,356 


50,673,050 


32 


3.1 


Harford 


21,625,306 


21,451,000 


174,306 


300,589,640 


14 


7.2 


Howard 


9,213,779 


5,703,000 


3,510,779 


209,607,153 


23 


4,4 


Kent 


764,680 


500,000 


264,680 


61,068,182 


80 


1.3 


Montgomery 


99,802,538 


69,686,461 


30,116,077 


2,061,745,790 


21 


4.8 


Prince George's 


114,905,429 


87,797,000 


27,108,429 


1,599,783,800 


14 


7.2 


Queen Anne's 


3,810,569 


3,495,000 


315,569 


62,168,630 


16 


6.1 


St. Mary's 


3,965,052 


1,800,000 


2,165,052 


73,445,087 


19 


5.4 


Somerset 


1,773,926 


1,555,000 


218,926 


36,746,116 


21 


4.8 


Talbot 


4,485,708 


3,540,000 


945,708 


85,708,460 


19 


5.2 


Washington 


*17,586,905 


♦15,330,000 


*2, 256, 905 


309,064,737 


17 


5.7 


Wicomico 


9,274,430 


8,817,000 


457,430 


185,378,013 


20 


5.0 


Worcester 


1,643,255 


640,000 


1,003,255 


114,121,792 


69 


1.4 



*Includes the following bonded indebtedness for community colleges: Baltimore City, $4,103,760; Baltimore, $1,180,000; Washington, 

$756,797. 
''General School Construction Loan. 



Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness* and Interest Payments 
per Pupil Belonging (K-12): 1965-66 







School 




Local Unit 


Bonded 


Interest 




Indebtedness 


Payments 


Total State 


$ 926 


71 


$28. 37 


Al legany 




15 


13.79 


Anne Arundel 






35.30 


Baltimore City 






23.19 


Baltimore 


1,216 


17 


36.85 


Calvert 


441 


35 


16.77 


Caroline 


JO J 




19.15 


Carroll 


O O T 

28/ 


19 


2.43 


Cecil 


Q T ^ 




17 .44 


Charles 


727 


59 


25.51 


Dorchester 


698 


32 


18.48 


Frederick 


1,366 


12 


44.93 


Garrett 


316 


04 


9.55 


Harford 


991 


60 


28.69 


Howard 


832 


61 


24.08 


Kent 


217 


65 


6.68 


Montgomery 


979 


70 


29.05 


Prince George's 


1,038 


05 


35.21 


Queen Anne's 


916 


53 


28.24 


St. Mary's 


498 


79 


16.66 


Somerset 


401 


99 


13.35 


Talbot 


1,014 


18 


32.81 


Washington 


832 


72 


26.60 


Wicomico 


762 


81 


21.12 


Worcester 


270 


89 


8.94 



♦Includes General School Construction Loan. 



TABLE 

173 

Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: 

State of Maryland: 1923-24 — 1965-66 



Local Unit 


1923-24 


1928-29 


1938-39 


*1961-52 


*1962-63 


■•■■1963-64 


->1964-65 


*1965-66 


Total State 


$1 ,563,933 


$2 , 139 ,485 


$2,256,519 


$9 , 205 , 549 


$9 , 7 10 , 500 


$10 , 358 , 975 


1*TZ! Irt/ 

$11 , 176 , 394 


$11,996,631 


Allegany 


69,886 


80,715 


83 , 160 


182 , 847 


197 ,448 


o rv rv o 1 

209 , 983 


22 2,084 


227 , 979 


Anne Arundel 


30,692 


47,544 


55,750 


473,616 


513,838 


565,666 


634,033 


697,838 


Baltimore City 


902,208 


1,255,978 


1,231,046 




2,718,154 


2,757,131 


2,832,631 


2,863,888 


Bal timore 


104 , 232 


157 ,654 


inn c\nQ 
199 , 908 


1 ~} i C I/O 

1 , /4b , zif J 


1 , 84 J , J4b 


1 n o o /.AC 
1 , 9<:8 ,405 


o r\f c "7 c o 
I , 04b , / 5J 


o It/ o nA 
2 , 154 , 290 


Calvert 


/ /IT 

4,427 


5 , 305 


5 , lol 


29, /o/ 


34 ,059 


"i c n Q 1 
Jb , 901 


/. n not 

40 , yzb 


/. A 1. '^~t 


Caroline 


14,027 


15 , 283 


1 / oil 

14 , 813 


ID J t1 

io ,hI I 


1 f\ lit 
W , Izb 


/.I en f. 
4 1 , b/4 


44 , ObO 


/. c o o n 
45 , 009 


Carroll 


33,382 


39,875 


38,633 


152,478 


157,536 


165,566 


176,916 


193,580 


Cecil 


23,189 


30,408 


40,402 


106,313 


110,331 


116,849 


124,828 


131,739 


Charles 


8, 394 


9 , 938 


1 r» 1 / c 
10 , 145 


DO , J JO 


TO "7 00 

, /yo 


Oi , JUb 


o o nn o 
00 , 900 


1 A C ICC 

i05 , 155 


Dorchester 


18,987 


21,918 


zb , kiJi 


"7 "3 Q/ Q 
/ J , 04 J 




~] C T 

/b , / 


Q A on 
oO , 00^ 


Q /. O Q 
J , 4 jo 


Frederick 


51,248 


65,234 


66,548 


203,360 


222,841 


240,745 


260,576 


288,308 


Garrett 


16,303 


21,653 


19,661 


41,196 


42,710 


45,064 


47,424 


50,673 


Harford 


28,580 


39,763 


53,192 


202,600 


216,268 


235,582 


261,547 


300,589 


Howard 


15,670 


18,063 


18,386 


123,856 


142,046 


159,046 


188,896 


209,607 


Kent 


14,519 


16,162 


17,062 


43,168 


47,654 


52,260 


58,577 


61,068 


Montgomery 


45,503 


77,889 


109,635 


1,380,070 


1,516,403 


1,703,396 


1,861,845 


2,061,745 


Prince George's 


33,651 


59,312 


77,260 


898,481 


1,039,177 


1,173,014 


1,383,983 


1,599,784 


Queen Anne ' s 


14,793 


16,692 


16,778 


46,639 


49,973 


53,825 


58,383 


62,169 


St. Mary's 


7,16; 


8,289 


9,084 


52,361 


57,735 


61,789 


67,425 


73,445 


Somerset 


10,609 


12,392 


11,920 


27,671 


29,526 


32,054 


34,269 


36,746 


Talbot 


16,927 


20,478 


21,682 


65,595 


70,923 


73,679 


80,132 


85,708 


Washington 


62,570 


72,908 


76,348 


250,318 


267,311 


287,664 


302,055 


309,065 


Wicomico 


20,394 


25,092 


31,538 


139,322 


149,207 


161,033 


173,055 


185,378 


Worcester 


16,579 


20,941 


21,084 


92,509 


95,543 


99,925 


106,286 


114,122 



*Starting with 1947, for those counties which operate on a calendar year basis, property valuation assessed by the counties are for the 
year ending December 31 preceding. 



TABLE 

174 



1965-66 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland 





Total 


County Commissioners 


State 


Local Unit 


Assessable at 






Personal 


Tax 




Full Rate 


Total 


Real Estate 


Property 


Commission* 


Total State 


$11,996,631,132 


$y ,H / J , 't'f / , y i<: 


<^ Q 07Q QQ^L C^Qn 

$y , z / y , Joo , oyu 


5 iy^ , Ub 1. , ZZ<i 


$2,523,183,220 


Allegany 


227,979,141 


161,916,961 


155,796,426 


6,120,535 


66,062,180 


Anne Arundel 


697,837,912 


585,236,902 


578,529,007 


6,707,895 


112,601,010 




J ftfti 8R7 898 


9 C\9.C\ r»9A 7nft 


9 AA 7 7 9 9 A Q ft 


JZ , JUtf J iU 


78T flftl 190 


Baltimore 


2,164,289,995 


i, /Hi jUiO, JO J 


1 799 7QA "^QA 


1ft 990 07^; 


423,273,630 


Calvert 


44,427,074 


J / , o / Z , 


•3Q9 7A7 

JO , J 7^ y / / 


1 A 7 Q 7 17 


6,554,590 


Caroline 


45,888,693 


36,107,733 


32,915,173 


3,192,560 


9,780,960 


Carroll 


193,579,622 


146,652,932 


137,754,427 


8,898,505 


46,926,690 


Cec il 


131 739 444 


in? 9n7 71 /■ 


QA 9 QHA 
70 , Z J J , 7UH 


c Q7 "3 ft 1 n 

J,7/J,0iU 


9Q STl 730 


Charles 


105,155,112 


Q9 niQ 999 


7 Q 1 Q '^A 7 
/ 7 , i 7 J ) JO / 


9 ft 9 ^ A '^ ^ 
Z , OZ J , J J 


23,135,890 


Dorchester 


83,437,998 




JD ) ODO ,UUO 


1 Oft '^■^n 

J ) lUO ) J JU 


23,461,460 


Frederick 


288,307,863 


210,407,943 


184,879,953 


25,527,990 


77,899,920 


Garrett 


50,673,050 


33,663,770 


30,239,228 


3,424,542 


17,009,280 


Harford 


300,589,640 


212,947,550 


205,136,924 


7,810,626 


87,642,090 


Howard 


209,607,153 


169,574,513 


166,269,397 


3,305,116 


40,032,640 


Kent 


61,068,182 


49,294,892 


45,396,537 


3,898,355 


11,773,290 


Montgomery 


2,061,745,790 


1,756,170,850 


1,739,645,770 


16,525,080 


305,574,940 


Prince George's 


1,599,783,800 


1,328,892,370 


1,317,157,950 


11,734,420 


270,891,430 


Queen Anne's 


62,168,630 


51,566,550 


47,975,087 


3,591,463 


10,602,080 


St. Mary's 


73,445,087 


59,499,647 


56,927,589 


2,572,058 


13.945,440 


Somerset 


36,746,116 


28,660,206 


26,900,370 


1,759,836 


8,085,910 


Talbot 


85,708,460 


70,757,140 


66,772,615 


3,984,525 


14,951,320 


Washington 


309,064,737 


233,730,097 


223,174,572 


10,555,525 


75,334,640 


Wicomico 


185,378,013 


139,145,303 


134,580,946 


4,564,357 


46,232,710 


Worcester 


114,121,792 


96,103,522 


90,137,985 


5,965,537 


18,018,270 



""Data are for year ended December 31, 1965, adjusted as of October 1, 1966. 



TABLE 

175 



Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging (1-12), and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1965-66 





Total Basis Assessable 


Number of 


Wealth 




Wealth 


Local Unit 


at Full Rate for 


Pupils 


per 


Population 


per 




County Purposes 


Belonging 


Pupil 


1965^^- 


Capita 


Total State 


$11,996,631,132 


726,587.1 


$16, 511 


3 551 400 


$3,378 


Al legany 


227,979,141 


16,427 . 3 


13 , 878 


88, 750 


2 569 


Anne Arundel 


697,837,912 


56,364.7 


12i381 


256*180 


2^724 


Baltimore City 


2,863,887,828 


172,744.0 


16,579 


917,750 


3,120 


Bal t imore 


2,164,289,995 


108,756. 1 


19,900 


561,690 


3 , 853 


Calvert 


44,427,074 


5, 116.7 


8,683 


18,450 


2,408 


Caroline 


45,888,693 


4,820.0 


9,520 


20,740 


2,213 


Carroll 


193,579,622 


12,759.4 


15,171 


61,080 


3,' 169 


Cecil 


131,739,444 


10,809.4 


12,187 


56,150 


2,346 


Charles 


105, 155, 112 


9,428.0 


11,153 


37 , 910 


2 , 774 


Dor che s t er 


83,437 ,998 


6,446.9 


12 , 942 


31 ,030 


2 ,689 


Frederick 


288,307,863 


16,646.2 


17,320 


84,150 


3,426 


Garrett 


50,67 3,050 


5,032.1 


10,070 


22,060 


2,297 


Harford 


300,589,640 


21,808.5 


13,783 


95,410 


3,151 


Howard 


209,607,153 


11,063.5 


18,946 


47,710 


4,393 


Kent 


61,068,182 


3,513.4 


17,381 


15,970 


3,824 


Montgomery 


2,061,745,790 


97,105.9 


21,232 


421,930 


4,886 


Prince George's 


1,599,783,800 


108,018.7 


14,810 


529,550 


3,021 


Queen Anne's 


62,168,630 


4,157.6 


14,953 


17,240 


3,606 


St. Mary's 


73,445,087 


7,889.1 


9,310 


43,260 


1,698 


Somerset 


36,746,116 


4,412.8 


8,327 


19,970 


1,840 


Talbot 


85,708,460 


4,423.0 


19,378 


23,050 


3,718 


Washington 


309,064,737 


20,682.8 


14,943 


103,390 


2,989 


Wicomico 


185,378,013 


12,158.3 


15,247 


52,560 


3,527 


Worcester 


114,121,792 


6,002.7 


19,012 


25,420 


4,489 



*Source: Maryland State Department of Health, Division of Statistical Research and Records. 



TABLE 

176 



Participation and Types of Lunches: Income and Expenditures: National School Lunch Program: 

Maryland Public Schools: 1956-57 — 1965-66 



Year 


Number 
of 

Approved 
Schools 
Partici- 
pating 

in 
Program 


Percent 
of Total 
Schools 
in State 
Partici- 
pating 

in 
Program 


Average 
Daily 

Par tic i- 
pation 


Percent 
of Total 
Average 
Number 
Belonging 
Partic i- 
pating 

in 
Program 






Number of Lunches* 


Served Annually 








Total 

Number 

Served 


Type A 


Type A WOM 


Type B 


Type B WOM 


Type C 


Number 


Per- 
cent 


Num- 
ber 


Per- 
cent 


Num- 
ber 


Per- 
cent 


Num- 
ber 


Per- 
cent 


Num- 
ber 


Per- 
cent 


1956-57 


649 


67.9 


136,639 


27.2 


22,599,007 


22,599,007 


100.0 


















1957-58 


694 


71.0 


146,441 


28.9 


23,924,777 


23,924,777 


100.0 


















1958-59 


735 


74.5 


156,507 


29.5 


26,068,899 


26,068,899 


100.0 


















1959-60 


758 


75.5 


170,286 


30.7 


28,125,218 


28,125,218 


100.0 


















1960-61 


793 


77.2 


186,533 


32.2 


30,611,974 


30,611,974 


100.0 


















1961-62 


818 


78.5 


199,908 


32.9 


33,176,567 


33,176,567 


100.0 


















1962-63 


863 


80.9 


217,505 


34.1 


36,575,756 


36,575,756 


100.0 


















1963-64 


901 


82.2 


233,128 


34.7 


38,634,614 


38,634,614 


100.0 


















1964-65 


941 


85.1 


254,621 


36.3 


42,996,716 


42,996,716 


100.0 


















1965-66 


993 


86.5 


280,932 


38.7 


46,443,076 


46,443,076 


100.0 



















*Type A - 1/2 pt. milk, 2 oz. protein, 3/4 c. vegetables and/or fruit, 1 serving bread, 2 tsps. butter 
Type B - 1/2 pt. milk, 1 oz. protein, 1/2 c. vegetables and/or fruit, 1 serving bread, 1 tsp. butter 
Type C - 1/2 pt. milk. WOM - without milk 



or fortified margarine, 
or fortified margarine. 







Income 


Expenditures 


Value* of 


Value' of 






Total 


Cash 


Federal 


All 


Total 






All 


Donated 


U.S.D.A. 


Year 


Cash 


Payments 


Reim- 


Other 


Expendi- 


Food 


Labor 


Other Ex- 


Goods and 


Com- 






Income 


from Lunches 


bursement^ 


Income 


tures 






penditures 


Services 


modities 


1956- 


57 


$11,923,727 


$ 6,718,622 


$1,758,154 


$3,446,951 


$11,625,938 


$ 7,531,418 


$3,438,011 


$ 656,509 


$70,029 


$1,574,511 


1957- 


58 


12,690,117 


7,116,921 


1,905,926 


3,667,270 


13,073,528 


8,549,925 


3,902,972 


620,631 


64,481 


773,659 


1958- 


59 


14,530,985 


8,166,216 


2,201,649 


4,163,120 


14,081,067 


9,110,724 


4,331,966 


638,377 


58,434 


1,157,441 


1959- 


60 


15,627,013 


8,931,459 


2,343,885 


4,351,669 


15,440,397 


9,888,538 


4,814,583 


737,276 


56,774 


1,633,796 


1960- 


61 


16,885,986 


9,698,152 


2,438,369 


4,749,465 


16,992,884 


10,779,400 


5,466,452 


747,032 


62,648 


1,754,428 


1961- 


62 


18,526,481 


10,689,015 


2,650,765 


5,186,701 


18,133,904 


11,223,265 


5,858,000 


1,052,639 


46,690 


2,463,290 


1962- 


63 


20,406,856 


11,799,605 


3,024,694 


5,582,557 


20,132,337 


12,316,815 


6,667,894 


1,147,628 


47,096 


2,519,657 


1963- 


64 


21,702,441 


12,741,005 


3,165,995 


5,795,441 


21,504,310 


12,874,517 


7,377,815 


1,251,978 


55,787 


2,943,936 


1964- 


65 


23,575,869 


14,158,041 


3,334,695 


6,083,133 


22,948,197 


13,338,977 


8,077,305 


1,531,915 


54,251 


3,934,254 


1965- 


66 


25,285,222 


15,198,230 


3,359,057 


6,727,935 


26,270,217 


15,184,665 


9,647,526 


1,438,026 


46,640 


2,688,3 34 



*Cash values (determined by rates prevailing in the community) affixed to donated labor, food, and equipment. 

^Foods acquired through the U.S. Department of Agriculture programs. Wholesale value based on Baltimore wholesale prices as quoted at 
time of delivery. Time series figures include nonpublic schools serviced by this agency - to the amount of $116,914 in 1962-63. 

''includes Federal special milk money as follows: 1956-57, $858,728; 1957-58, $959,789; 1958-59, $1,121,198; 1959-60, $1,221,778; 1960-61, 
$1,302,643; 1961-62, $1,438,349; 1962-63, $1,577,840; 1963-64, $1,614,023; 1964-65, $1,684,711; 1965-66, $1,597,187. 



TABLE 

177 



Participation and Reimbursement Paid: Special Milk Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1957-58 — 1965-66 





Number of 


Percent of 






Year 


Approved 


Total Schools 


Total Number 






Schools 


in State 


of One-half 






Participating 


Participating 


Pints Milk 


Reimbursement 


Local Unit 


in Program 


in Program 


Reimbursable 


Paid 


1957-58 


874 


89.5 


28,715,326 


$1,080,048 


1958-59 


914 


92.7 


30,390,152 


1,286,797 


1959-60 


943 


94.2 


35,555,378 


1,354,115 


1960-61 


960 


93.5 


37,398,754 


1,436,752 


1961-62 


978 


93.9 


42,251,724 


1,590,134 


1962-63 


1,014 


95.1 


45,931,042 


1,724,716 


1963-64 


1,049 


95.7 


47,566,203 


1,747,628 


1964-65 


1,075 


97.2 


49,707,130 


1,792,898 


1965-66 


1 , 120 


97.6 


49,317,606 


1 ,698,755 


BY LOCAL UNIT, 1965-66 


Al legany 


34 


94.4 


1,034,158 


38,312 


Anne Arundel 


81 


100.0 


5,037,673 


181,684 


Baltimore City 


193 


99.0 


8,104,300 


221,742 


Baltimore 


127 


100.0 


8,640,242 


312,855 


Calvert 


15 


93.7 


270,257 


9,580 


Caroline 


11 


100.0 


179,886 


5,450 


Carroll 


23 


100.0 


587,058 


20,630 


Cecil 


22 


100.0 


581,893 


17,152 


Charles 


15 


88.2 


772,284 


27,098 


Dorchester 


20 


76.9 


307,547 


10,185 


Frederick 


31 


100.0 


818,657 


29,820 


Garrett 


18 


94.7 


304,321 


10,973 


Harford 


31 


100.0 


1,423,747 


51,814 


Howard 


18 


100.0 


1,168,594 


43,070 


Kent 


12 


100.0 


179,894 


6,334 


Montgomery 


149 


100.0 


7,486,282 


271,783 


Prince George's 


180 


100.0 


9,208,033 


326,600 


Queen Anne ' s 


13 


92.9 


248,372 


8,859 


St. Mary's 


20 


95.2 


549,376 


19,162 


Somerset 


12 


63.1 


121,131 


3,803 


Talbot 


11 


78.6 


195,179 


6,542 


Washington 


45 


100.0 


1,087,139 


39,214 


Wicomico 


24 


100.0 


781,614 


27,684 


Worcester 


15 


88. 2 


229,969 


8,409 



TABLE 

178 



Income and Expenditures: National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 





Income 


Expenditures 


Value of 


Value of 




Total 


Cash Pay- 


Federal 


All 


Total 






All Other 


Donated 


U. S.D.A. 


Local Unit 


Cash 


ments from 


Reimburse- 


Other 


Expendi- 


Food 


Labor 


Expendi- 


Goods and 


Commod— 




Income 


Lunches 


ment^ 


Income 


tures 






tures 


Services"'- 


it iesT* 


Total State 


69^ 9ft'^ 999 


:pij, i70, z ju 


9 J , J J 7 , \JJ 1 


797 QtS 


e9fc 97n 917 


CIS 1 RA ft S 






$46,640 


$2,688,334 


Allegany 


741,873 


551,099 


111,112 


79,662 


807,401 


452,190 


278,622 


76,589 


- 


109,608 


Anne Arundel 


1,807,029 


1,110,478 


299,528 


397,023 


1,885,660 


1,172,725 


674,552 


38,383 


250 


165,072 




T -)/, 7 TIB 


1 fiT9 7nQ 


J y J J J 


1 376 9S6 


3 AQH S7Q 


1 ftfift 908 


1 7Tft 7TS 


97S fiTft 




379 222 


Baltimore 




? 444 Sfl9 


J 1 y y OOO 


1 1 30 QQ4 


4 344 61 fi 


9 AS9 AAS 


1 ftSO 419 


211 ,761 


10,475 


495^517 


Calvert 


Ifi? 044 


Q4 flQ7 


9 3 984 


48 , 863 


170,701 


115 ,453 


47 , 626 


7 , 622 


200 


21,261 


Caroline 


196,736 


134,961 


23,092 


38,683 


207,712 


126,113 


66,878 


14,721 


39 


29,160 


Carroll 


532,002 


337,452 


66,701 


127 ,849 


544, 127 


344,171 


169, 194 


30,762 




63,149 


Cecil 


380,842 


272,283 


47,372 


61 , 187 


386,980 


221,675 


140,765 


24,540 


22 


42,783 


Charles 


298,210 


177,053 


48,611 


72,546 


291,688 


204,521 


83,262 


3,905 


- 


29,845 


Dorchester 


244, 162 


139,083 


26,245 


78,834 


246,223 


161,737 


75,552 


8,934 


1,465 


23,475 


Frederick 


803,999 


551,047 


100,076 


152,876 


815,070 


488,368 


315,162 


11,540 


266 


94,982 


Garret t 


211,298 


155,064 


34,966 


21,268 


217,491 


150,209 


58,770 


8,512 


338 


36 , 602 


Harford 


978,435 


651,557 


131,826 


195,052 


1,013,632 


593,709 


357,383 


62,540 


754 


123,675 


Howard 


426,767 


262,839 


74,161 


89,767 


422,681 


288,309 


113,251 


21,121 




44,133 


Kent 


133,372 


82,963 


17,880 


32,529 


137,079 


84,634 


44,838 


7,607 


321 


17,656 


Montgomery 


4,069,408 


2,407,656 


515,453 


1,146,299 


4,212,342 


2,363,370 


1,456,519 


392,453 


28,797 


369,478 


Prince George ' s 


4,553,169 


2,803,239 


629,667 


1,120,263 


4,615,571 


2,867,685 


1,603,860 


144,026 


344 


378,975 


Queen Anne ' s 


159,341 


111,796 


24,418 


23,127 


157,317 


111,770 


36,228 


9,319 


810 


20,191 


St. Mary's 


247,470 


171,165 


40,594 


35,711 


257,434 


177,573 


73,081 


6,780 


8 


28,449 


Somerset 


74,179 


47,957 


10,512 


15,710 


73,763 


49,771 


20,072 


3,920 




11,990 


Talbot 


171,022 


89,401 


19,451 


62,170 


171,190 


113,963 


51,924 


5,303 


160 


16,852 


Washington 


932,027 


609,695 


113,963 


208,369 


926,828 


531,625 


360,996 


34,207 


2,361 


125,349 


Wicomico 


431,240 


226,300 


55,996 


148,944 


437,105 


281,454 


130,792 


24,859 


30 


38,164 


Worcester 


222,815 


132,954 


25,908 


63,953 


229,025 


144,987 


71,052 


12,986 




22,746 



*Cash values (determined by rates prevailing in the community) affixed to donated labor, food and equipment. 

^Foods acquired through the U. S. Department of Agriculture programs. Wholesale value based on Baltimore wholesale prices as quoted at 

time of delivery. 
^Includes federal special milk money in the amount of $1,597,187. 



TABLE 

179 



Participation in and Types of Lunches Served: National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 











Percent of 


Total 




Number of 


Percent of 




Total Average 


Number of 




Approved 


Total Schools 


Average 


Number Be- 


Type A* 


Local Unit 


Schools 


in State 


Daily 


longing in 


Lunches 




Participating 


Participating 


Participation 


State 


Served 




in Program 


in Program 




Participating 












in Program 




Total State 


993 


86.5 


280,932 


38.7 


46,443,076 


Allegany 


34 


94.4 


11,614 


70.7 


1,915,190 


Anne Arundel 


81 


100.0 


19,464 


34.5 


3,240,449 


Baltimore City 


107 


54.9 


28,629 


16.6 


4,761,527 


Baltimore 


127 


100.0 


43,634 


40.1 


7,182,615 


Calvert 


11 


68.7 


2,095 


40.9 


348,556 


Caroline 


9 


81.8 


3,007 


62.4 


492,501 


Carroll 


23 


100.0 


7,513 


58.9 


1,221,796 


Cecil 


22 


100.0 


4,843 


44.8 


804,587 


Charles 


15 


88.2 


3,787 


40.2 


611,411 


Dorchester 


19 


73.1 


2,662 


41.3 


434,547 


Frederick 


31 


100.0 


11,382 


68.4 


1,875,985 


Garrett 


14 


73.7 


3,685 


73.2 


611,441 


Harford 


31 


100.0 


12,911 


59.2 


2,124,330 


Howard 


18 


100.0 


4,990 


45.1 


824,685 


Kent 


11 


91.7 


1,905 


54.2 


317,220 


Montgomery 


143 


96.0 


39,846 


41.0 


6,593,986 


Prince George's 


170 


94,4 


49,895 


46.2 


8,309,568 


Queen Anne ' s 


12 


85.7 


2,588 


62.2 


424,842 


St. Mary's 


17 


80,9 


3,620 


45.9 


570,030 


Somerset 


8 


42.1 


1,148 


26.0 


187,826 


Talbot 


11 


78.6 


2,079 


47.0 


346,433 


Washington 


45 


100.0 


12,180 


58.9 


2,013,996 


Wicomico 


21 


87.5 


4,617 


38.0 


761,029 


Worcester 


13 


76.5 


2,838 


47.3 


468,526 



*Type A - 1/2 pint milk, 2 oz. protein, 3/4 c. vegetable and/or fruit, 1 serving bread, 2 tsps. butter or fortified margarine. 



TABLE 

180 



Expenditures of Federal Funds in Maryland for Vocational Education: 1965-66 











iype OL 


Vocational Program 








Type of 
Expenditure 






Trades and 


Home 


Distributive 


Health 
(Practical 








Total 


Agriculture 


Industry 


Economics 


Occupations 


Nurse) 


Technical 


Office 


Guidance 


Total 


$2 , 297 , 228 


$227 , 951 


$664 ,739 


$135 , 9U5 


$38,939 


$6,029 


^Lhh , 3o9 


$1 ,052 , 775 


$26, 521 


Instruction 




















Adult Education 


186,397 


6,165 


43,296 


67,313 


1,397 


240 


3,789 


54 , 947 


9,250'* 


Secondary 


1,368,066 


151,945 


360,963 


39,675 


25,437 


4,115 


30,046 


755,885 




Past Secondary 
Supervis ion 


76,799 


4,980 


42,853'' 


3,227 


351 




410 


11,903 


13,075* 


Teacher Education 


27,286 


4,837 


22,449 














Equipment 


317,847 


11,442 


94,440 


6,867 


956 




72,612 


131,190 


340 


Other Costs 


213,344 


22,880 


66,034 


3,054 


2,261 


1,534 


29,951 


84,312 


3,318 


Teacher Training 


39,854 


14,483 


18,311 


5,830 








1,230 




State Administration 




















and Supervision 


67,635 


11,219 


16,393 


9,939 


8,537 


140 


7,561 


13,308 


538 



*Includes Administration and Research, 
''includes Administration 

^Includes Adult, Secondary, and Past Secondary Education. 



TABLE 

181 

Expenditures for Administration and Supervision and Teacher Training in Vocational Education: 

State of Maryland: 1965-66 











Type of 


Vocational Program 








Sources of 
Expenditures 


Total 


Agriculture 


Trades and 
Industry 


Home 
Economics 


Distributive 
Occupations 


Health 
(Practical 
Nurse) 


Technical 


Office 


Guidance 


Total 

State and 

University Funds 
Federal Funds 


$107,618 
107,489 


$25,703 
25,702 


$34,704 
34,704 


$15,770 
15,769 


$8,537 
8,537 


$140 
140 


$7,562 
7,561 


$14,664 
14,538 


$538 
538 


State Administration 
and Supervision 
State Funds 
Federal Funds 


67,639 
67,635 


11,220 
11,219 


16,393 
16,393 


9,940 
9,939 


8,537 
8,537 


140 
140 


7,562 
7,561 


13,309 
13,308 


538 
538 


Teacher Training 
University of 

Maryland Funds 
Federal Funds 


39,979 
39,854 


14,483 
14,483 


18,311 
18,311 


5,830 
5,830 








1,355 
1,230 





TABLE 

182 



Adult Education: Receipts and Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Receints for 


Adult Education 


from Sources 


fher Than Local 


ExDencLL t 


ur es for Adu It Edu 


cat ion 


Total 


Federal 


State 


Fees from 
Attendance 


Total 


Salaries 


Expenses 


Total State 


$1,087,585 


"$789,977 


$85,087 


$212,521 


$1 , 521 , 356 


$1,384,011 


$137 , 345 


Al legany 


14, 149 


11 ,084 


682 


2,383 


30,591 


27 , 338 


3,253 


Anne Arundel 


2,996 


2,996 












Baltimore City 


369,444 


329,425 


34,154 


5,865 


820,878 


743,013 


77,865 


Bal t imore 


114,880 


81,264 


9,336 


24,280 


200,435 


187,542 


12,893 


Calvert 


252 




252 




252 


252 




Carol ine 


2 ,085 


429 


1, 139 


517 


7 ,084 


4,974 


2,110 


Carroll 


1,805 


1,081 


131 


593 


2,942 


2,799 


143 


Cecil 


16,227 


11,240 


1,500 


3,487 


19,256 


13,773 


5,483 


Charles 


2,466 


1,506 


960 




7,705 


7,705 




Dorchester 


88,434 


87,523 


881 


30 


21,242 


18,824 


2,418 


Frederick 


51,680 


39,166 


9,830 


2,684 


27,030 


26,944 


86 


Garrett 


525 


120 


405 




7,856 


7,856 




Harford 


7,618 


1,205 


2,758 


3,655 


8,555 


8,555 




Howard 


1,412 


615 


67 


730 








Kent 


578 


77 


501 




1,082 


918 


164 


Montgomery 


239,150 


138,861 


5,000 


95,289 


116,676 


110,363 


6,313 


Prince George's 


123,352 


44,855 


6,995 


71,502 


194,502 


175,903 


18,599 


Queen Anne's 


3,395 


1,566 


1,829 




4,045 


3,947 


98 


St. Mary's 


3,389 


2,460 


929 




4,785 


3,857 


928 


Somerset 


1,320 


360 


960 




1,663 


1,384 


279 


Talbot 


1,336 




1,336 




1,587 


1,208 


379 


Washington 


10,803 


7,343 


3,460 




16,950 


16,950 




Wicomico 


22,013 


19,316 


1 , 191 


1,506 


22,220 


16,823 


5, 3^17 


Worcester 


8,276 


7,485 


791 




4,020 


3,083 





NOTE: Expenditures are for salaries and materials for instruction; receipts may include some equipment. 



"Includes Vocational Education Act, Civil Defense Adult Education Act, and Manpower Development and Training Act. 



TABLE 

183 



Federal Expenditures for Vocational Education in Maryland Day High Schools: 1965-66 



Local Unit 


Total 


Agriculture 


Economics 


Trades and 
Industry 


Distributive 
Occupat ions 


Technical 


Practical 
Nurse 


Office 


Total State 


$1 ,418 , 376 


"$156 , 877 


' $42 ,269 


' $394 , 151 


°$25 , 788 


°$30, 360 


$4,115 


^%lbh , 816 


Allegany 


37 ,433 


972 


3,311 


12,712 


342 






20,096 


Anne Arundel 


80 , 932 


2 , 998 


6,055 


9 , 243 


1 , 551 






61,085 


Baltimore City 


435,044 






204,559 


5,140 


21,265 


4,115 


199,965 


Baltimore 


135,492 


3,891 


- 


18,739 


1,378 


- 


- 


111,484 


Calvert 


, 250 


1 JO 












C CI/ 


Caroline 


12, 378 


6, 362 




736 


" 






5,280 


Carroll 


32 ,083 


11,873 




/. /It 
k ,4Jb 








15, 7 7^ 


Cecil 


81,443 


5,370 


4,049 


48,652 






I 


23,372 


Charles 


22,682 


5,705 


- 


5,204 


- 


- 


- 


11,773 


Dorchester 


14,089 


4,582 












9, 507 


Frederick 


87 ,408 


35,017 


11 ,299 


1,732 


6,413 






32 , 947 


Garrett 


13,944 


6,635 


1,687 


825 








4,797 


Harford 


13,784 


10,710 




3,074 










Howard 


22,716 


2,526 




6,484 








L3,706 


Kent 


9,208 


2,641 












6,567 


Montgomery 


124,751 


12,195 




32,153 


9,999 


5,320 




65,084 


Prince George's 


154,090 


8,127 


14,531 


21,346 








110,086 


Queen Anne ' s 


14,317 


6,566 


713 


1,387 








5,651 


St. Mary's 


18,077 


4,778 




3,844 








9,455 


Somerset 


3,653 


3,653 














Talbot 


8,557 


1,605 


385 










6,567 


Washington 


48,519 


11,426 




12,046 




2,356 




22,691 


Wicomico 


31,959 


6,050 


239 


6,979 


965 


1,419 




16,307 


Worcester 


9,567 


2,459 












7,108 



*Includes $4,932 for supervisors' salaries. ^Includes $351 for supervisors' salaries, 

''includes $2,594 for supervisors' salaries. ''Includes $314 for supervisors' salaries, 

'''includes $33,188 for supervisors' salaries. '^Includes $8,931 for supervisors' salaries. 



TABLE 

184 



Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1965-66 





Source of Operating Income 




Operating 


Expendi tures 




Local System 












Amniint" n <=» y 














Total 


Federal 


State 


Local 


Other 


Capita 


Total 


Salaries 


Ma t eri al s 


Con t rac t 


Other 


Total State 




9 JDV , Z / i 


9i,jyi,<:/j 




C £ A ^ Q /. "3 
9D4D , y4 J 


9 3 . Ui 


$10,610,192 


$6,770,671 




$ 146 , 387 


$1,361,630 


Independent Local Library Systems 
























Allegany 


123,318 


8,000 


48,540 


64,840 


1,938 


1.39 


115,275 


52,296 


41,157 


6,060 


15,762 


Anne Arundel 


446,147 


5,514 


140,696 


275,252 


24,685 


1.69 


452,364 


243,628 


140,949 


- 


67,787 


Baltimore City 


4, 160,495 


88, 125 


328,204 


3,458,272 


285 , 894 


4.52 


1 Q C /. Q Q 1 

J , y j4 , 00 i 




641 , 699 


87 ,709 


367 , 326 


Baltimore 


1,733,611 


16,897 


133,384 


1,495,218 


88,112 


3. 12 


1,715,551 


926,918 


433,229 




355,404 


Carroll 


78,588 


4,000 


23, 145 


50,306 


1,137 


1.34 


72,737 


44,142 


16,810 


2,523 


9,262 


Cecil 


87,780 


8,000 


36,240 


40,000 


3,540 


1.48 


81 , 766 


41,972 


25,918 


4,180 


9,696 


Frederick 


139,595 


8,000 


33,442 


87,770 


10,383 


1.62 


128,024 


66,393 


44,710 




16,921 


Garrett 


38,578 


8,065 


15,047 


13,132 


2,334 


1.67 


37,698 


16, 112 


13,555 


2,075 


5,956 




131 659 


6,000 


44, 665 


73,403 


7 , 591 


1.34 


130 318 


74,427 


31 985 


5,702 


18 204 


Howard 


80^517 


4,000 


14,438 


57,938 


4,141 


1.59 


78^558 


35.937 


24^383 


5,388 


12^850 


Montgomery 


I , 383 ,170 


2,000 


110,600 


1,140,570 


130, 000 


3 . 15 


1,383,170 


953.880 


341 ,900 




87,390 


Takoma Park^ 


51,566 




— 


50,250 


1,316 


3.07 


50,862 


37,751 


10,062 


100 


2,949 


Prince George's 


1,487,542 


7 ,500 


267 ,935 


1 , 200, 000 


12,107 


2 . 80 


1,479,508 


938,687 


327 , 138 




213,683 


Somerset 


(2,641) 






(1,750) 


(891) 




(3,386) 


(31) 


(596) 




(2,759) 


Crisfielda 


1,561 






900 


661 




1,113 


31 






1,082 


Princess Anne^ 


1,080 






850 


230 




2,273 


- 


596 




1,677 


Washington 


204,769 


8,000 


43,743 


144,994 


8,032 


1 . 98 


205,316 


129,891 


38,709 




36,716 


Cooperative Local Library Systems 
























Southern Md. Regional Libraries 


^56,180 






















Association 


38,100 




''(18,080) 




0.37 


JO , io 1 


1 Q 


14,484 


1,180 


i8,29o 


Calvert 


35,043 


6,000 


11,355 


13,515 


4,173 


1.97 


T ^ C\/. 1 
J J , W J 


10 Q 1 Q 

, y lO 


10,577 


3,861 




Charles 


68,715 


6,491 


22,757 


35,704 


3,763 


1.79 


68,715 


31,302 


19,431 


5,701 


12,281 


St. Mary's 


75,081 


4,000 


37,320 


18,231 


15,530 


1.63 


74,992 


32,811 


21,509 


5,987 


14,685 


Eastern Shore Area Library 


82,000 


82,000 










72,775 


17,673 


38.957 




16,145 


Kent-Caroline Public Library 
























Association 


(18,000) 






(18,000) 






18,697 


14,409 


14 




4,274 


Caroline 


36,325 


5.483 


14,800 


13,930 


2,112 


1.84 


21,605 


7,326 


8,469 


1,878 


3.932 


Kent 


28,752 


4,096 


5,832 


17,638 


1,186 


1.72 


18,454 


6,797 


7,384 


1,740 


2,533 


Dorchester 


43,556 


4,000 


16,043 


22,300 


1,213 


1.37 


43,085 


17,363 


14,602 




11,120 


Queen Anne's 


34,250 


4,000 


6,053 


18,519 


5,678 


1.92 


32,772 


14,857 


9,509 


4,310 


4,096 


Talbot 


56,537 


4,000 


8,863 


22,628 


21,046 


2.40 


55,956 


34,524 


13,984 


2,718 


4,730 


Wicomico 


110,873 


8,000 


20,342 


74,000 


8,531 


2.03 


118,321 


52,925 


28,189 


4.027 


33,180 


Worcester 


42,289 


4,000 


7,831 


29,200 


1,258 


1.64 


42,532 


24,373 


10,907 


1.248 


6,004 


Eastern Shore Book Processing 


25,352 


25,000 




(82,463) 


352 




^ (97,244) 


60,962 


688 




^(35,594) 


Center 

























TABLE 

184 



Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1965-66 





Capital 






Est imated 




Expenditures 


Number 




Population 


Local System 


for Buildings 


of 


Circulat ion 


January 




and Loans 


Volumes* 




19667* 


Total State 


$1,740,328 


4,557,504 


16,155,736 


3,590,180 


Independent Local Library Systems 










Allegany 


_ 


60,799 


308,681 


88,570 


Anne Arundel 


565,268 


279,053 


772,531 


263,120 


Baltimore City 


360 , 596 


1 , 761 ,023 


A C 7 1 1 7 r» 

, J /o , i /u 


Q T n CCA 


Bal t imore 


600,000 


615,352 


2,777,360 


555,770 


Carroll 


- 


43,121 


127,930 


58,650 


Cecil 


11,635 


60,307 


98,061 


59,250 


Frederick 


4,398 


65,047 


184,024 


86,360 


Garrett 




28,891 


178,530 


23,110 


Har ford 




Q ^ Ofln 
J , 70U 




Q Q ion 


Howard 




32,237 


217,350 


50,570 


MontEomerv 
Takoma Park 


141,611 


625,258 


3,445,032 


438,480 




32,381 


116,667 


'(16,799) 


Prince George's 




378,367 


1 ,646,577 


531 ,490 


Somerset 




(13,269) 


(12,915) 


20,190 


Crisf ielda 




6,644 


6,945 




Princess Anne^ 




6,625 


5,970 


_ 


Washington 


36,610 


157,909 


439,798 


103,470 


Cooperative Local Library Systems 










Southern Md . Regional Libraries 










Assoc iat ion 


- 


4,133 




( 102 , 330) 


Calvert 




16,827 


52,410 


17 ,810 


Charles 




33,429 


118,661 


38,350 


St. Mary's 




33,723 


126,818 


46, 170 


Eastern Shore Area Library 




14,969 




(169,880) 


Kent-Caroline Public Library 










Assoc iat ion 




383 


(19,572) 


(36,440) 


Carol ine 




14,839 


45,477 


19,750 


Kent 




12,936 


36,104 


16,690 


Dorchester 




35,150 


96,371 


31,770 


Queen Anne ' s 


15,921 


24,652 


63,045 


17,850 


Talbot 




48,319 


127,505 


23,530 


Wicomico 


4,210 


50,467 


222,152 


54,560 


Worcester 




28,683 


59,974 


25,730 


Eastern Shore Book Processing 










Center 











FOOTNOTES : 

*Does not include pamphlets, pictures, or periodicals. 

^Estimated population from Maryland State Department of Health. 

^Not State-aided. Included in population served by county 
libraries; therefore, omitted from total. This figure for 
Takoma Park is that of the 1960 census. 

^Not State-aided. 

''income from counties for shared operating expenses (18,080) 
excluded from State total. 

'Excluded from State total. Amount represents Income from 
Caroline and Kent counties for shared operating expenses. 

''Excluded from State total. Amount represents contract fees 
paid to Center by local units. 

^Amount for other expenditures (35,594) excluded from State 
total. Reported as expenditures by local units. 



TABLE 

185 



Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1965-66 



Type of Service 


Number of 


Average 


Total 


Type of Service 


Number of 


Average 


Total 


Clients- 


Cost 


Expenditures 


Clients- 


Cost 


Expenditures 


Total 


12,200 


$125 


$1 ,519,948 


Training and Training Materials 


2,211 


$258 


$570,349 










Personal adjustment training 


210 


290 


60,886 


Diagnos is 


5,296 


33 


175,132 


Educational institutions 


1 ,002 


373 


374,314 


Medical 


4,239 


21 


88,293 


Rehabilitation Center 


81 


554 


44 , 904 


Psychiatric 


136 


43 


5,843 


Sheltered Workshops 


131 


230 


30,110 


Psychological 


569 


51 


29,156 


Employment 


28 


200 


5,598 


Occupational 


352 


147 


51,840 


Correspondence 


28 


101 


2,830 










Tutorial 


136 


200 


27,261 


Surgery and Treatment 


1,108 


163 


180,055 


Training materials 


595 


41 


24,446 


Medical 


261 


53 


13,913 










Psychiatr ic 


79 


225 


17,780 


Maintenance and Transportation 


2,066 


125 


258,274 


Surgical 


266 


177 


47,142 


Maintenance 








Dental 


398 


221 


88,148 


Training 


770 


247 


190,547 


Physical and occupational therapy 


104 


126 


13,072 


Medical or physical restoration 


18 


67 


1,214 










Placement 


179 


41 


7,422 


Appl iances 


942 


162 


152,723 


Medical care (intercurrent illness) 


21 


147 


3,088 


Prosthetic appliances 


261 


369 


96,372 


Trans port at ion 








Braces 


122 


82 


9,974 


Training 


767 


66 


50,907 


Hearing Aids 


90 


202 


18,161 


Medical or physical restoration 


167 


22 


3,656 


Glasses and artificial eyes 


254 


25 


6,329 


Placement 


144 


10 


1,440 


Surgical appliances 


188 


93 


17,443 










Wheelchairs, hand and power operated 


27 


165 


4,444 


Occupational Tools and Equipment 


163 


161 


26,334 










(Clients) 








Hospitalization and Convalescent Care 


351 


432 


151,522 










Hospital izati on 


340 


431 


146,698 


Other Goods and Services 


63 


88 


5,559 


Convalescent home care 


5 


632 


3,158 










Nursing care 


6 


278 


1,666 











*Duplication of clients may occur when more than one service is received. 




STATE OF MARYIAND 




Annual Report J 

Department of Education 1 



A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30, 1967 



STATE OF MARYLAND 

Department of Education 

Annual Report 

A STATISTICAL REVIEW for the Year Ending JUNE 30, 1967 

showing condition of the 
Public Schools of Maryland 
by the State Board of Education 



MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 



Maryland State Board of Education 
Members of the Board 

J. Jerome Framptom, Jr. , 
President 

Richard Schifter, 
Vice President 

Mrs. J. Wilmer Cronin 

Mrs. William F. Robie 

Ross V. Smith 

Ramsay B. Thomas, M.D. 

Edward N. Wilson 



Federalsburg 

Bethesda 
Aberdeen 

Fort Washington Estates 

Thurmont 

Baltimore 

Baltimore 



Secretary-Treasurer of the Board and State Superintendent of Schools 
James A. Sensenbaugh 

Deputy State Superintendent of Schools 
Quentin L. Earhart 



Year Term Expires 

1973 

1974 
1972 
1970 
1974 
1972 
1971 



NOTE: The data given in this publication are for the year ending the 30th of June 1967. The members of the Maryland State Board of 
Education and the Maryland State Department of Education listed above are those who are in office at the time of the formal 
publication of this report. 



STATE OF MARYLAND 




JAMES A. SENSENBAUGH 




■ TATE SUPCRlNTeNOeNT 



Maryland State Department of Education 



State Office Building 
30I West Preston Street. Baltimore 21201 



THE HONORABLE MARVIN HANDEL 
Government House 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Dear Governor Mandel: 

I have the honor of submitting to you the 101st Annual 
Report covering all operations of the State Department of 
Education for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1967. 

Pertinent statistics concerning education in Maryland 
are presented in this report. The report provides data that 
are valid and reliable. The data will not only help in maki 
sound administrative decisions but will present a better 
understanding of our school system. 




Secretary-Treasurer 
State Board of Education 
Baltimore, Maryland 



TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE 

Background Data 

Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 1 

Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades N-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1966-67. . . 2 

Number of Public Schools: State of Maryland: 1966-67 3 

Pupil Data 

Fall Enrollment* by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: 1957-1966 k 

Fall Enrollment by Grade and Organization: Maryland Public Schools: 1957-1966 5 

Public, Nonpublic, and Campus School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 6 

Public School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 7 

Campus School Enrollment by Grade: Maryland State Colleges: Fall of 1966 8 

Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland State Institutions: 1966-67 9 

Number of Nonpublic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1966-67 10 

Number of Parish and Private Catholic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1966-67 11 

Number of Nonpublic Non-Catholic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1966-67 12 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 13 

Catholic (Parish and Private) School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 14 

Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 15 

Total Resident Births in Maryland: 1958-1967 16 

Total Number of Handicapped Maryland Children Enrolled Either in Special Classes, Home and Hospital Instruction, or Special Schools*: 1966-67 . . 17 

SUMMARY - Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 18 

Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 19 

Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary Schools: 1966-67 20 

Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Secondary Schools: 1966-67 21 



I 



TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE 

Personnel in Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 22 

Handicapped Children Receiving Home and Hospital Instruction: State of Maryland: 1957-58 - 1966-67 23 

Severely Handicapped Children Attending Special Schools Outside Maryland Public School System: 1957-58 - 1966-67 24 

Program for Education of Maryland Preschool Handicapped Children Financed with State Funds: 1966-57 25 

Speech and Hearing Therapy Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 26 

State Summary - Total Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 27 

Total Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 28 

Number of Preschool and Kindergarten Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 29 

Number of Pupils in Primary Grades* Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 30 

Number of Pupils in Intermediate Grades* Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 31 

Number of Pupils in High School* Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 32 

Number of Pupils in Special Classes Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 33 

Summer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1966 34 

Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1966 35 

Pupil Withdrawals* from Public Schools: State of Maryland: 1966-67 36 

Number and Percent Nonpromotions : Maryland Public Schools: Grades 1-12: June Net Roll, 1967 37 

Number, Percent, and Causes of Nonpromotion : Maryland County Elementary Pupils*: June Net Roll, 1967 38 

Number and Percent of Nonpromotions in First Grade*: Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1967 39 

Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1957-58 - 1966-67 i 40 

Follow-up of All Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 1957-1966 Graduates in 1957-58 to 1966-67 41 

Follow-up of Male Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 1957-1966 Graduates in 1957-58 to 1966-67 4 

Follow-up of Female Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 1957-1966 Graduates in 1957-58 to 1966-67 4 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 1957-58, 1962-63, 1966-67 



TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Male Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 1957-58, 1962-63, 1966-67 45 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Female Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 1957-58, 1962-63, 1966-67 46 

Number and Percent of All Maryland Public High School Graduates Continuing Education: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 47 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Male Graduates Continuing Education: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 48 

Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Female Graduates Continuing Education: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 49 

Follow-up of All Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 50 

Follow-up of Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 51 

Follow-up of Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 52 

Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 53 

Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 54 

Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 55 

Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 56 

Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 57 

Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 58 

Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1966 59 

English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 60 

Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 61 

Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 62 

j Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 63 

Foreign Language Enrollments: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 64 

^Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 65 

Hone Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 66 

Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 67 



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Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public 

High Schools: Fall of 1966 68 

Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 69 

Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 70 

Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 71 

Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 72 

Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 73 

Special Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 74 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: State of Maryland: 1957-58 - 1966-67 75 

Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Grades K-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 76 

Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Grades K-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 77 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Average Number of Pupils Belonging: 1966-67 78 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Average Number of Pupils Belonging: 1966-67 79 

Staff Data 

Number and Percent of Schools, Teachers, Pupils: One-Teacher* Elementary Schools: Counties of Maryland: 1922-23 - 1966-67 80 

Number of Principals and Teachers (K-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1957-58 - 1966-67 ' 81 

Number of Principals and Teachers (K-6) : Maryland Public Schools: 1957-58 - 1966-67 82 

Number of Principals and Teachers (7-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1957-58 - 1966-67 83 

Positions in All Functions: Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1966-67 84 

Positions in Instructional Function (K-12): Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1966-67 85 

Positions in Instructional Function (K-6): Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1966-67 86 

Positions in Instruction Function (7-12): Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1966-67 87 

Secretarial and Clerical Positions in Instructional Function (K-12): Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1966-67 88 



TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE 

Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: 1966-67 89 

Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Size of Staff: 1966-67 90 

Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 91 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1957-58 - 1966-67 92 

Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1956-67 93 

Teachers and Principals in Service October 1966 Who Attended Summer Schools, Evening Classes, and Workshops: Summer of 1966 and School Year 

1965-66: Counties of Maryland 94 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 95 

All Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 96 

All High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 97 

All Elementary and High School Teachers (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 98 

All Elementary Teachers (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 99 

All High School Teachers (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 100 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 101 

New Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 102 

New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 103 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 104 

All Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 105 

All High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 106 

All Elementary and High School Teachers (1-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 107 

All Elementary Teachers (1-6): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 108 

All High School Teachers (7-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 109 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 110 



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New Elementary School Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 Ill 

New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Type of Certificate: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 112 

All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 113 

All Elementary School Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 114 

All High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 115 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 116 

New Elementary School Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 117 

New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Years of Experience: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 118 

Withdrawals: Teachers and Principals: By Organization: Maryland Public Schools: School Year 1965-66 and Summer 1966 119 

Withdrawals: Teachers and Principals (1-12): Maryland Public Schools: School Year 1965-66 and Summer 1966 120 

Withdrawals: Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Cause: Maryland Public Schools: School Year 1965-66 and Summer 1966 121 

Withdrawals: Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Cause: Maryland Public Schools: School Year 1965-66 and Summer 1966 122 

Withdrawals: High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Cause: Maryland Public Schools: School Year 1965-66 and Summer 1966 123 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Organization: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 124 

New Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Source: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 125 

New Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Source: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 ... 126 

New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Source: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 127 

Adult Program Data 

High School Equivalence: State of Maryland: 1957-58 - 1966-67 128 

General Adult Education Programs*: Number of Teachers, Classes, and Enrollment: State of Maryland: 1966-67 129 

Adult Basic Education: State of Maryland: 1966-67 130 

Vocational Adult Supplementary Education Program: Nimiber of Classes and Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1966-67 131 

Vocational Adult Preparatory Education Program: Number of Classes and Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1966-67 132 



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Vocational Adult Education Program (Other): Number of Classes and Enrollment by Program: State of Maryland: 1966-67 133 

Vocational Education for Maryland Public Day Schools: Number of Classes and Enrollment by Program: 1966-67 134 

Enrollment in Maryland Public Community Colleges: Fall of 1966 135 

Vocational Rehabilitation Data 

Vocational Rehabilitation Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1966-67 136 

Characteristics of Clients Served by Vocational Rehabilitation: State of Maryland: 1966-67 137 

Nature of Disability of Rehabilitation Clients: State of Maryland: 1966-67 138 

Number of Vocational Rehabilitation Referrals by Reporting Agencies: State of Maryland: 1966-67 139 

'inancial Data 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT - Expenditures by Maryland State Department of Education: Headquarters and Vocational Rehabilitation: 1966-67 140 

Statement of Appropriations: Maryland State Department of Education: 1966-67 141 

Local Revenue Appropriations for Programs Operated by Local Boards of Education: State of Maryland: 1966-67 142 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*, School Construction, and Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1966-67 

(Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 143 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1966-67 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and 

Social Security Paid Direct by State) 144 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1966-67 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and 

Social Security Paid Direct by State) 145 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid 

Direct by State) 146 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid 

Direct by State) 147 

Receipts from All Sources for Current Expenses*: Maryland Community Colleges: 1966-67 148 

Receipts from All Sources for School Construction: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1966-67 149 

Receipts from All Sources for Debt Service: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1966-67 150 



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Receipts from the State of Maryland for Public School and Community College Purposes: 1966-67 151 

Receipts from the Federal Government for Public School and Community College Purposes in Maryland: 1966-67 152 

Disbursements for All Purposes: Maryland Local Boards of Education: 1966-67 . 153 

Disbursements for Instruction: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 154 

Disbursements for Pupil Personnel and Health Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 155 

Disbursements for Operation of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 156 

Disbursements for Maintenance of Plant and Equipment: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 157 

Disbursements for Pupil Transportation: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 158 

Disbursements for Administration: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 159 

Disbursements for Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 160 

Disbursements for Food Services and Student Body Activities: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 161 

Disbursements for Community Services: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 162 

Disbursements by Maryland Local Boards of Education for Community Colleges Current Expenses: 1966-67 163 

Disbursements for Capital Outlay: Maryland Local Boards of Education: 1966-67 164 

Disbursements for Debt Service: Maryland Local Boards of Education: 1966-67 165 

Disbursements for Current Expenses, Debt Service, and Capital Outlay: Maryland Public Schools: 1922-23 - 1966-67 166 

Source of Current Expenses*/: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 (Includes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 167 

Source of Current Expenses*/: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 (Excludes Teachers' Retirement and Social Security Paid Direct by State) 168 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1966-67 (Including Cost of Transportation) 169 

Percent Distribution of Current Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1966-67 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) 170 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: (K-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 (Including Cost of Transportation) 171 

Percent Distribution of Day School Current Expenses: (K-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 (Excluding Cost of Transportation) 172 



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Cost per Pupil Belonging (K*-12): All Current Expenses — Including Administration and Fixed Charges: Maryland Public Day Schools: 

1957-58 - 1966-67 173 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses*: Grades K''-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 174 

Cost per Pupil Belonging for Current Expenses by Function: (Grades K*-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 175 

Foundation Program*: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 176 

Foundation Program per Pupil and Staffing Ratios: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 177 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Public Schools of Maryland: 1922-23 - 1966-67 178 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal (1-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1957-58 - 1966-67 179 

Average Annual Salary per Teacher and Principal: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 180 

Expenditures of Public Funds for Transportation of Public School Pupils: Counties of Maryland* — 1957-58 - 1966-67: State of Maryland — 

1966-67 181 

Number of Public Schools to Which Transportation Was Provided at Public Expense: Number of Vehicles Used: State of Maryland: 1966-67 182 

Capital Outlay Expenditures: Maryland Public Schools and Community Colleges: 1966-67 183 

Value* of Maryland Public School Property per Pupil Belonging: 1966-67 184 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness Related to Assessed Valuation: 1966-67 185 

Maryland Public School Bonded Indebtedness* and Interest Payments per Pupil Belonging (K-12) : 1966-67 186 

Assessed Valuation Taxable at Full Rate for County Purposes in Thousands of Dollars: State of Maryland: 1923-24 - 1966-67 187 

1966-67 Valuation of Property Assessable at Full Rate for County Purposes: State of Maryland 188 

Assessed Valuation per Pupil Belonging (1-12), and per Capita: State of Maryland: 1966-67 189 

Participation and Types of Lunches: Income and Expenditures: National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1957-58 - 1966-67 . . . 190 

Participation and Reimbursement Paid: Special Milk Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1957-58 - 1966-67 191 

Income and Expenditures: National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 192 

Participation in and Types of Lunches Served: National School Lunch Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 193 



TAB 

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194 

Expenditures of Federal Funds for Vocational Education: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 

Expenditures of Federal Vocational Education Funds for Instruction by Purpose: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 - Secondary 195 

Expenditures of Federal Vocational Education Funds for Instruction by Purpose: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 - Post Secondary 196 

Expenditures of Federal Vocational Education Funds for Instruction by Purpose: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 - Special Needs 197 

Expenditures of Federal Vocational Education Funds for Instruction by Purpose: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 - Adult Education 198 

Expenditures of Federal Vocational Education Funds for Equipment by Program: Maryland Public Schools: 

Expenditures of Federal Vocational Education Funds for Ancillary Services by Program: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 

State Aid for Special Education: State of Maryland: 1966-67 

Statistics of Maryland Public Libraries: 1966-67 

Library Service and Construction Act: Title I Grants for Cooperative Services: 1966-67 

Cost of Vocational Rehabilitation Case Services Rendered: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



1966-67 199 

200 

201 

202 

203 

204 



BACKGROUND DATA- 

] 966-1 967 




TABLE 

1 



Actual Days Schools Were Open: Opening and Closing Dates: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 





Actual 








Ac tual 








Number 


Opening 


Closing 




Number 


Opening 


Clos ing 


Local Unit 


Days 


Dates 


Dates 


Local Unit 


Days 


Dates 


Dates 




Schools 


September 


June 




Schools 


September 


June 




Were Open 


1966 


1967 




Were Open 


1966 


1967 


Allegany 


181 


7 


13 


Harford 


181 


7 


16 


Anne Arundel 


180 


6 


15 


Howard 


182 


6 


16 


Baltimore City 


181 


6 


15 


Kent 


180 


6 


14 


Baltimore 


180 


8 


16 










Calvert 


180 


6 


9 


Montgomery 


182 


6 


20 










Prince George's 


181 


6 


15 


Caroline 


182 


6 


13 


Queen Anne's 


180 


6 


9 


Carroll 


184 


7 


16 


St. Mary's 


180 


6 


13 


Cecil 


181 


6 


16 


Somerset 


181 


8 


9 


Charles 


180 


1 


12 










Dorchester 


181 


6 


13 


Talbot 


180 


6 


9 










Washington 


182 


6 


9 


Frederick 


184 


6 


15 


Wicomico 


182 


6 


7 


Garrett 


182 


1 


9 


Worcester 


181 


6 


8 



TABLE 

2 



Fall Enrollment in Educational Programs - Grades N-12, Teaching Staff, Number of Schools: 
Public and Nonpublic: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



Type of Educational Program 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


ENROLLMENT 


Total 


940,148 


577,014 


363,134 


Public School 


790,928 


458,144 


332,784 


Nonpublic School 


145,525 


116,210 


29,315 


Campus School at State College 


1,105 


1,105 




State Institution 


2,590 


1,555 


1,035 


TEACHING STAFF 


Total 


43,643 






Public School 


37,052 


19,482 


17,570 


Nonpublic School 


6,272 






Campus School at State College 


51 


51 




State Institution 


268 






NX'MBER OF SCHOOLS 


Total 


*I,715 


1,372 


439 


Public School 


*1,188 


910 


31A 


Nonpublic School 


*504 


441 


111 


Campus School at State College 


*5 


5 




State Institution 


1 H 


16 


14 



♦Excludes duplicates 



TABLE 

3 



Number of Public Schools: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Total 
Schools 


Elementary 


HiRh 


Combined 
E 1 erne n t a r y — 
High 


Total 
Elementary 


One 
Teacher^'' 


Other 
Elementary 


Xota 1 
Hi eh 


T 11 n 1 n r 


Junior— 
Senior 


Senior dnd 
\Inc At 1 nnp 1 

V ^ CI L- ±.KJ i i d 1. 


Total State 


1,188 


874 


4 


870 


278 


117 


70 


91 


36 


Al legany 


36 


25 




25 


7 


2 


3 


2 


4 


Anne Arundel 


84 


68 


- 


68 


16 


6 


4 


6 


- 


Baltimore City 


205 


151 




'151 


47 


'18 


15 


714 


7 


Baltimore 


138 


102 




102 


36 


17 


4 


15 




Calvert 


14 


11 




11 


2 


1 




1 


1 


Caroline 


9 


4 




4 


3 


1 




2 


2 


Carroll 


24 


15 


- 


15 


7 


1 


4 


2 


2 


Cecil 


23 


16 




16 


7 


1 


4 


2 




Charles 


16 


10 


"* 


10 


3 


~ 


2 


1 


3 


Dorchester 


22 


17 


1 


16 


5 


1 


3 


1 




Frederick 


32 


23 




23 


8 


1 


6 


1 


1 


Garrett 


19 


14 


1 


13 


2 




2 




3 


Harford 


32 


24 




24 


8 


3 


2 


3 




Howard 


19 


12 




12 


7 


4 




3 




Kent 


11 


7 




7 


2 




2 




2 


Montgomery 


157 


118 




118 


39 


21 


4 


14 




Prince George's 


191 


147 




147 


44 


27 


4 


13 




Queen Anne ' s 


13 


8 




8 


4 


3 




1 


1 


St. Mary's 


22 


16 




16 


5 


3 




2 


1 


Somerset 


19 


12 


1 


11 


3 




3 




4 


Talbot 


15 


11 


1 


10 


3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Washington 


45 


32 




32 


11 


4 


2 


5 


2 


Wicomico 


25 


18 




18 


5 


2 


1 


2 


2 


Worcester 


17 


13 




13 


4 




4 







*Grades 1 to 5 or higher. 

/Includes Junior High General Vocational and Special Curriculum. 
7lncludes Senior High Vocational-Technical. 



PUPIL DATA 



Annua Report 




TABLE 

4 

Fall Enrollment* by Local Unit and Year: Maryland Public Schools: 1957-1966 



Total Enrollment, Fall of 



Local Unit 


1957 


- 1958 


1959 


1960 


1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


Total State 


532,121 


555,734 


581 ,093 


606,809 


634,804 


667,528 


704,693 


735,242 


762,636 


790,928 


Al legany 


15,775 


15,889 


15,847 


15, 926 


16,228 


16,643 


16, 789 


16,887 


16, 528 


16,530 


Anne Arundel 


33,922 


36,385 


39,373 


42,006 


44,428 


47 ,638 


51,248 


54 , 1 3 1 


56, 703 


59, 391 


Baltimore City 


159,733 


163,542 


166, 721 


170,222 


175,037 


180,032 


184,876 


188,020 


191 ,008 


192,312 


Ba 1 1 iitior e 


72,911 


77,473 


81 ,814 


86,283 


91 , 187 


96,216 


101,882 


106,273 


109, 193 


112,856 


Calvert 


3,703 


3,908 


4,105 


4,323 


4,586 


4,744 


4,977 


5,098 


5,179 


5,223 


Carol ine 


4,075 


4,252 


4,373 


4,470 


4,545 


4,680 


4,736 


4,897 


5,021 


5,005 


Carroll 


9,825 


10,060 


10,289 


10,673 


10,977 


11,411 


11,987 


12,454 


12,823 


13,238 


Cecil 


8,640 


8,727 


9,179 


9,581 


9,726 


10, 164 


10,556 


10,887 


10,907 


11,215 


Char 1 es 


6,647 


6,840 


7 , 168 


7 ,410 


7 , 768 


8, 166 


8,564 


8, 999 


9,498 


10,044 


Dorchester 


5,774 


5,929 


6,002 


6,084 


6,128 


6,283 


6,443 


6,533 


6,502 


6,537 


Frederick 


13,192 


13,498 


13,877 


14,299 


14,633 


15,172 


15,793 


16,260 


16,764 


17,393 


Garrett 


4,671 


4,764 


4,790 


4,771 


4,763 


4,824 


4,970 


5,075 


5,089 


5,064 


Harford 


14,532 


14,971 


15,884 


16,551 


17,373 


18,175 


19,527 


20,583 


21,654 


23,520 


Howard 


6,189 


6,555 


6,997 


7,585 


8,318 


8,955 


9,787 


10,389 


11,038 


11,536 


Kent 


3,099 


3,220 


3,258 


3,335 


3,383 


3,415 


3,458 


3,491 


3,539 


3,577 


Montgomery 


63,138 


68,026 


74,617 


80,680 


86,494 


92,536 


97,802 


102,020 


106,206 


111,137 


Prince George's 


57,151 


61,077 


65,225 


69,675 


75,032 


81,999 


92,395 


102,504 


113,260 


123,486 


Queen Anne's 


3,403 


3,523 


3,619 


3,712 


3,884 


3,989 


4,045 


4,196 


4,251 


4,229 


St. Mary's 


5,150 


5,298 


5,745 


6,140 


5,949 


6,638 


7,402 


7,907 


8,265 


8,829 


Somerset 


4,154 


4,235 


4,259 


4,296 


4,340 


4,416 


4,445 


4,496 


4,508 


4,433 


Talbot 


3,966 


4,079 


4,113 


4,136 


4,247 


4,307 


4,450 


4,446 


4,452 


4,526 


Washington 


18,242 


18,634 


18,554 


18,833 


19,520 


20,436 


21,145 


21,584 


21,722 


21,991 


Wicomico 


9,122 


9,505 


9,917 


10,310 


10,674 


10,916 


11 ,416 


11,875 


12,278 


12,459 


Worcester 


5,107 


5,344 


5,367 


5,508 


5,584 


5,773 


6,000 


6,237 


6,248 


6,397 


^Includes kindergarten and prekindergarten enrollment as follows: 


Total 


21,103 


21,553 


22,497 


23,308 


24,356 


25,731 


28,268 


30,221 


32,562 


34,574 


Anne Arundel 






16 


22 


16 


24 


24 


30 


25 


29 


Baltimore City 


13,417 


13,539 


13,850 


14,247 


14,884 


15,793 


16,009 


15,875 


16,324 


16,545 


Baltimore 


27 


37 


52 


55 


57 


51 


57 


55 


55 


293 


Calvert 












25 


21 








Caroline 




69 


61 


59 


65 


62 


76 


102 


115 


138 


Howard 




















7 


Montgomery 


7,099 


7,289 


7,925 


8,238 


8,603 


8,820 


9,042 


9,174 


9,464 


9,615 


Prince George's 














2,022 


3,915 


5,335 


6,519 


St. Mary's 












150 


150 


150 


249 


373 


Washington 


560 


558 


505 


592 


632 


691 


727 


788 


868 


904 


Worcester 




61 


88 


95 


99 


115 


140 


132 


127 


151 



TABLE 

5 







Fall 


Enrollment by Grade anc 


Organlzat ion : 


Mary lane 


Public 


Schools • 


1957-1966 










Grand 
Total 


Grade 


Fall of 


Kinder- 
garten* 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12/ 


Special 
Classes 


GRAND TOTAL 


1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 


532,121 
555,734 
581,093 
606,809 
634,804 
667,528 
704,693 
735,242 
762,636 
790.928 


21,103 
21,553 
22,497 
23,308 
24,356 
25,731 
28,268 
30,221 
32,562 
34,574 


55,861 
57,432 
59,211 
61,671 
63,667 
65.860 
69.498 
68,169 
69,731 
71,451 


51,346 
53,665 
55,774 
57.268 
59,724 
60,749 
63,636 
63,967 
65,006 
66,556 


50.617 
50.768 
53.327 
55,208 
56,610 
58,712 
60,769 
60,710 
62,726 
64,865 


51,354 
50,153 
50,405 
53,087 
54,849 
56,450 
58,879 
60,455 
62,920 
65,345 


51.889 
50,743 
49,811 
50,043 
52,800 
54,512 
56,682 
58,416 
60,501 
62,584 


43,977 
50,577 
49,620 
48,667 
49.012 
52,004 
53,770 
55,518 
57,736 
59,748 


40,781 
45,423 
52,026 
54,328 
53,205 
53,786 
55,740 
57,767 
59,896 
63,062 


38,452 
40,399 
44,346 
52,639 
52,620 
52,588 
52,828 
55,139 
57,543 
60,056 


38,354 
37,831 
39,291 
44,778 
52,981 
53,152 
53,261 
54,065 
56,706 
58,753 


32,808 
36,406 
35.757 
36.943 
42,755 
50,578 
51,796 
52,170 
52,812 
55,668 


24,667 
28,509 
31,165 
30,965 
32,917 
38,189 
46,360 
46,934 
47,251 
48,449 


19,627 
21,750 
25,301 
28.198 
28.061 
29,935 
35,831 
43,351 
43,621 
43,652 


11,285 
10,525 
12,562 
9,706 
11,247 
15,282 
17,375 
28,360 
33,625 
36,165 














TOTAL 


ELEMENTARY 
















1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 


331,619 
341,259 
348.291 
357,708 
370,551 
387,184 
406,372 
423,200 
442,014 
458,144 


21,103 
21,553 
22,497 
23,308 
24,356 
25,731 
28,268 
30,221 
32,562 
34,574 


55,861 
57,432 
59,211 
61,671 
63,667 
65,860 
69,498 
68,169 
69,731 
71,451 


51,346 
53,665 
55,774 
57.268 
59,724 
60,749 
63,636 
63.967 
65,006 
66,556 


50,617 
50,768 
53,327 
55,208 
56,610 
58,712 
60,769 
60,710 
62,726 
64,865 


51,354 
50,153 
50,405 
53,087 
54,849 
56,450 
58,879 
60,455 
62,920 
65.345 


51,889 
50,743 
49,811 
50,043 
52,800 
54,512 
56,682 
58,416 
60,501 
62,584 


43,977 
50,577 
49,620 
48,667 
49,012 
52,004 
53,770 
55,518 
57,736 
59.748 


127 
91 
87 
34 
35 
37 
41 
30 
29 
28 


69 
38 
31 
26 
25 
25 
24 
40 
39 
37 










5,276 
6,239 
7,528 
8,396 
9,473 
13,104 
14,805 
25,674 
30,764 
32,956 



TOTAL SECONDARY 



1957 


200,502 
















40,654 


38,383 


38,354 


32,808 


24,667 


19,627 


6.009 


1958 


214,475 
















45.332 


40,361 


37,831 


36,406 


28,509 


21,750 


4,286 


1959 


232,802 
















51,939 


44,315 


39,291 


35,757 


31,165 


25,301 


5,034 


1960 


249,101 
















54,294 


52,613 


44,778 


36,943 


30,965 


28,198 


1,310 


1961 


264,253 
















53,170 


52,595 


52,981 


42,755 


32,917 


28,061 


1,774 


1962 


280,344 
















53,749 


52,563 


43,152 


50,578 


38,189 


29,935 


2,178 


1963 


298,321 
















55,699 


52,804 


53,261 


51,796 


46,360 


35,831 


2,570 


1964 


312,042 
















57,737 


55,099 


54,065 


52,170 


46,934 


43.351 


2,686 


1965 


320,622 
















59,867 


57,504 


56,706 


52,812 


47,251 


43,621 


2,861 


1966 


332,784 
















63,034 


60.019 


58,753 


55,668 


48,449 


43.652 


3,209 



*Includes enrollment in preklndergarten classes, 
/includes postgraduates. 



TABLE 

6 

Public, Nonpublic, and Campus School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 



Number of Elementary Pupils in Grade 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Special 
Classes 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Total State 


937,558 


575,443 


34,194 


4,389 


43,870 


86,174 


80,600 


78,842 


79,072 


75,568 


72,316 


10,643 


9,775 


Allegany 


19,409 


1 r» /. Q "3 
iU ,HOi 


1 Q O 




i J'f 


1 T /. Q 

I , /Hy 


i , O'tO 


i , OUU 




1 , JDO 


i , -31 J 


TOO 
Z^O 


21b 


Anne Arundel 


66,744 


40,286 


1,543 


85 


1,257 


7,061 


6,251 


6,225 


5,918 


5,610 


5,522 


436 


378 


Baltimore City 


234,518 


152,020 


20,801 


1,046 


18,143 


19,234 


17,896 


17,354 


18,554 


17,199 


15,790 


3,148 


2,855 


Baltimore 


146,196 


87,931 


1,480 


870 


3,111 


13,727 


13,086 


13,172 


13,144 


12,626 


12,106 


2,348 


2,261 


Calvert 


5,350 


3,172 


166 


_ 


- 


534 


542 


448 


501 


434 


522 


16 


9 


Caroline 


5,119 


2 , 885 


162 




153 


441 


424 


437 


/no 
400 


/ / T 

447 


/to 

413 






Carroll 


13,933 


8,063 


171 


_ 


149 


1,423 


1,328 


1,306 


1,243 


1,209 


1,148 


48 


38 


Cecil 


12,')38 


7,435 


172 


- 


95 


1,399 


1,191 


1,223 


1,098 


1,027 


1,077 


84 


69 


Charles 


11,713 


7,232 


130 


- 


- 


1,291 


1,223 


1,200 


1,150 


1,079 


962 


115 


82 


Dorchester 


6,586 


3,551 


22 


18 


31 


587 


536 


625 


584 


593 


555 


- 


- 


Frederick 


19,204 


10,955 


700 


40 


126 


1,701 


1,694 


1,657 


1,609 


1,619 


1,522 


144 


143 


Garrett 


5,170 


2,921 


27 




36 


478 


473 


462 


491 


477 


415 


23 


39 


Harford 


25,733 


15,074 


311 


28 


359 


2,631 


2,559 


2,340 


2,315 


2,183 


2,106 


123 


119 


Howard 


13,727 


8,335 


268 


34 


112 


1,347 


1,315 


1,256 


1,230 


1,206 


1,189 


196 


182 


Kent 


3,577 


2,039 


89 






400 


324 


335 


308 


303 


280 






Montgomery 


134,554 


81,624 


5,536 


1,802 


10,673 


10,505 


9,930 


10,089 


10,102 


9,888 


9,910 


1,703 


1,486 


Prince George's 


143,905 


90,618 


1,051 


388 


7,820 


15,008 


14,073 


13,111 


12,724 


12,056 


11,427 


1,507 


1,453 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,347 


2,429 


158 






471 


349 


374 


327 


369 


365 


10 


6 


St. Mary's 


12,219 


8,057 


159 




474 


1,390 


1,225 


1,141 


1,100 


995 


1,004 


304 


265 


Somerset 


4,433 


2,446 


685 






227 


188 


229 


359 


384 


374 






Talbot 


5,264 


3,114 


55 


8 


28 


538 


507 


467 


450 


512 


418 


70 


61 


Washington 


23,737 


13,378 


161 


28 


968 


2,029 


2,003 


2,018 


1,983 


2,029 


1,975 


103 


81 


Wicomico 


13,105 


7,786 


126 


42 


50 


1,389 


1,260 


1,206 


1,265 


1,215 


1,164 


37 


32 


Worcester 


6,397 


3,609 


33 




151 


614 


578 


567 


567 


540 


559 







TABLE 

6 

Public, Nonpublic, and Campus School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 



Number of High School Pupils in Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
High 


1 ' no rip H 


7 


8 


9 


10 


1 1 


12 


Total State 


•■362,115 


3,282 


63,934 


61,042 


66,570 


62,903 


54,724 


49,471 


Al legany 


9 ,006 


157 


1 , 327 


1 , 340 


1 ,612 


1,5/0 


1 ,482 


1,512 


Anne Arundel 


*26,458 


181 


5,066 


4,840 


4,860 


4,262 


3,794 


3,433 


Baltimore City 


*82,498 


250 


14,843 


13,806 


15,715 


14,961 


12,284 


10,614 


Bal timore 


58,265 


567 


9,817 


9,327 


10,545 


10,220 


9,207 


8,582 


Calvert 


2,178 


20 


436 


413 


424 


342 


290 


253 


Caroline 


2 , 234 




/ 1 o 

418 




420 


Job 


350 


273 


Carroll 


5,870 


14 


1,096 


1,086 


1,010 


1,004 


831 


829 


Cecil 


*5,103 


123 


966 


909 


872 


868 


749 


603 


Charles 


4,481 


29 


821 


868 


832 


779 


611 


541 


Dorchester 


3,035 


11 


599 


555 


602 


486 


402 


380 


Frederick 


8,249 


49 


1,445 


1,433 


1,471 


1,453 


1,270 


1,128 


Garrett 


2,249 




393 


440 


389 


390 


326 


311 


Harford 


10,659 


188 


1 ,970 


1,832 


1,995 


1,832 


1,549 


1,293 


Howard 


5,392 


135 


950 


948 


946 


888 


847 


678 


Kent 


1,538 


69 


281 


296 


256 


212 


232 


192 


Montgomery 


*52,930 


538 


8,841 


8,585 


9,509 


9,222 


8,275 


7,846 


Prince George's 


53,287 


528 


9,533 


9,036 


9,840 


9,280 


7,966 


7,104 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,918 




356 


362 


361 


300 


283 


256 


St. Mary's 


4,162 


79 


664 


631 


823 


656 


686 


623 


Somerset 


1,987 




432 


377 


357 


315 


279 


227 


Talbot 


*2,150 


83 


322 


363 


388 


382 


316 


294 


Washington 


10,359 


186 


1,771 


1 ,640 


1,934 


1,789 


1,560 


1,479 


Wicomico 


*5,319 


75 


1,022 


1,040 


898 


850 


7 34 


688 


Worcester 


*2,788 




565 


508 


511 


470 


401 


332 



^'Includes the following postgraduates: Anne Arundel, 22; Baltimore City, 25; Cecil, 13; Montgomery, 114; Talbot, 2; Wicomico, 12; 
Worcester, 1; Total, 189. 



TABLE 

7 



Public School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


1 




Number of Elementary Pupils 


in Grade 








Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Spec ial 
Classes 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 


1 


2 


3 




5 


6 







Total State 


790,928 


458,144 


32 , 956 




34,574 


71 ,451 


66,556 


64,865 


65,345 


62,584 


59 , 748 


28 


37 


Allegany 


16,530 


8,110 


188 


- 


- 


1,421 


1,330 


1,299 


1,333 


1,282 


1,257 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


59,391 


33,990 


1,495 




29 


6,245 


5,512 


5,492 


5,235 


5,032 


4,950 




— 


Baltimore City 


192,312 


120,140 


20,188 




16,545 


15, 157 


14,080 


13,565 


14,841 


13,550 


12,214 






Baltimore 


112,856 


60,399 


1 ,443 




293 


10,337 


9,814 


9,865 


9,877 


9,551 


9,219 




- 


Calvert 


5,223 


3,045 


166 






520 


520 


435 


485 


415 


504 




- 


Caroline 


5,005 


2,771 


63 


- 


138 


441 


424 


437 


408 


447 


413 


- 


- 


Carroll 


13,238 


7,477 


170 






1,344 


1,268 


1,243 


1,197 


1,149 


1,106 


- 




Cecil 


11,215 


6,460 


172 






1,269 


1 ,070 


1 ,098 


969 


918 


964 






Charles 


10,044 


5,917 


130 






1 ,088 


1 ,034 


999 


977 


892 


797 




- 


Dorchester 


6,537 


3,502 


22 






587 


536 


625 


584 


593 


555 




- 


Frederick 


17,393 


9,430 


700 






1,521 


1,509 


1,479 


1,434 


1,438 


1,349 






Garr e 1 1 




£. , O i. 


27 






468 


465 


449 


483 


H O J 


409 


18 




Harford 


23,520 


13,479 


311 






2,455 


2,388 


2,172 


2,146 


2,042 


1,965 






Howard 


11,536 


6,286 


261 




7 


1,061 


1,052 


982 


976 


973 


974 






Kent 


3,577 


2,039 


89 






400 


324 


335 


308 


303 


280 






Montgomery 


111,137 


62,513 


5,106 




9,615 


8,343 


7,835 


7,957 


7,921 


7,856 


7,880 






Prince George's 


123,486 


74,007 


1,048 




6,519 


12,826 


11,930 


11,070 


10,734 


10,223 


9,657 






Queen Anne's 


4,229 


2,368 


158 






464 


341 


368 


320 


360 


357 






St. Mary's 


8,829 


5,458 


159 




373 


1,011 


903 


821 


797 


684 


696 


10 


4 


Somerset 


4,433 


2,446 


685 






227 


188 


229 


359 


384 


374 






Talbot 


4,526 


2,512 


55 






468 


437 


389 


368 


448 


347 






Washington 


21,991 


12,231 


161 




904 


1,882 


1,847 


1,861 


1,844 


1,900 


1,832 






Wicomico 


12,459 


7,140 


126 






1,302 


1,171 


1,128 


1, 182 


1,141 


1,090 






Worcester 


6,397 


3,609 


33 




151 


614 


578 


567 


567 


540 


559 







TABLE 

7 

Public School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 



Number of High School Pupils in Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
High 


U llKL GlUCU 


7 


g 


q 


1 n 


1 1 
1 1 


1 9 


Total State 


*332,784 


3, 168 


63,034 


60 ,019 


58, 753 


55,668 


48,449 


43 , 652 


Allegany 


8,420 


157 


1,311 


1,340 


1,453 


1,434 


1,352 


1,373 


Anne Arundel 


*25,401 


165 


5,010 


4,782 


4,535 


4,050 


3,598 


3,255 


Baltimore City 


72, 172 


246 


14,578 


13,529 


12,896 


12,198 


10,145 


8,580 


Baltimore 


52,457 


567 


9,576 


9,010 


9,190 


8,841 


7 ,903 


7 , 370 


Calvert 


2,178 


20 


436 


413 


424 


342 


290 


253 


Caroline 


2,234 


- 


418 


407 


420 


366 


350 


273 


Carroll 


5,761 


14 


1,096 


1,086 


979 


972 


812 


802 


Cecil 


*4,755 


123 


946 


870 


797 


810 


671 


533 


Charles 


4,127 


29 


771 


826 


765 


704 


544 


488 


Dorches ter 


3,035 


11 


599 


555 


602 


486 


402 


380 


Frederick 


7,963 


49 


1,445 


1,433 


1,396 


1,373 


1,200 


1,067 


Garrett 


2,249 




393 


440 


389 


390 


326 


311 


Harford 


10,041 


188 


1,970 


1,832 


1,771 


1,626 


1,361 


1,293 


Howard 


5,250 


135 


950 


948 


899 


859 


814 


645 


Kent 


1,538 


69 


281 


296 


256 


212 


232 


192 


Montgomery 


*48,624 


517 


8,709 


8,428 


8,431 


8,251 


7,378 


6,895 


Prince George's 


49,479 


455 


9,469 


8,979 


8,692 


8,338 


7,148 


6,398 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,861 




356 


362 


339 


287 


272 


245 


St. Mary's 


3,371 


79 


644 


599 


632 


482 


511 


424 


Somerset 


1,987 




432 


377 


357 


315 


279 


227 


Talbot 


*2,014 


83 


322 


363 


353 


349 


279 


263 


Washington 


9,760 


186 


1,735 


1,596 


1,768 


1,663 


1,447 


1,365 


Wicomico 


*5,319 


75 


1,022 


1,040 


898 


850 


7 34 


688 


Worcester 


*2,788 




565 


508 


511 


470 


401 


332 



*Includes the following postgraduates: Anne Arundel, 6; Cecil, 5; Montgomery, 15; Talbot, 2; Wicomico, 12; Worcester, 1; Total, 41. 



TABLE 

8 



Campus School Enrollment by Grade: Maryland State Colleges: Fall of 1966 









Number of 


Elementary Pup 


ils in Grade 






Number 


of Y 


Igh School 


Pupils in 


Grade 






Total 






































Local Unit 


Grand 


Ele- 


Special 


Nursery 


Kinder- 


1 
i 


z 


1 
J 




-J 





7 
/ 





Total 


7 


o 


Q 


1 n 
I U 


1 1 


1 9 




Total 


mentary 


Classes 




garten 












High 




Total State 


1,105 


1,089 






iOD 






1 J J 


i DO 


148 


L J J 






16 


16 










- 


Al legany^ 


205 


189 




_ 


28 


28 


27 


25 


31 


29 


21 


_ 


_ 


16 


16 


_ 




_ 


_ 


- 


Anne Arundel 






- 


- 
















- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Rfllrimnrp Pitv^ 


201 


201 










^ y 






27 






















Baltimore^ 


310 


310 












so 




46 








- 


- 










- 


Calvert 


- 


- 
















- 








- 


- 










- 


Caroline 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 




- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 








- 


Carroll 




— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 












































Charles 


- 


- 
















- 








- 


- 










- 


Dorchester 


- 


- 
















- 








- 


- 










- 


Frederick 


- 


- 
















- 








- 


- 










- 


Garrett 










































Harford 










































Howard 










































Kent 










































Montgomery 










































Prince George's*^ 


188 


188 






47 


25 


27 


20 


26 


18 


25 




















Queen Anne's 










































St. Mary's 










































Somerset 










































Talbot 










































Washington 










































Wicomico^ 


201 


201 






28 


27 


28 


28 


32 


28 


30 




















Worcester 











































NOTE: State Colleges include: ^Frostburg 

''Coppin 
'^Towson 
'^Bowie 
^Salisbury 



TABLE 

9 



Enrollment in Education Programs in Maryland State Institutions: 1966-67 



Administering Department 






' un' er 


£ £ 1 6nG 


r.tarv Pu 




in C 


rade 




'uTber 




School 


Pu p i 


Is i 


n G r 


a de 






Total 






































Post- 


Institution 


Grand 


Ele- 


Kinder- 


Un- 


















Total 


Un- 














grad- 




Tota 1 


V.iXZ a L y 




g J- 2 ^0 J 


1 


2 


T 

J 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


t.ign 


^ IT 3 d 6 d 


7 


8 


Q 
7 


1 ft 


I i. 


i. c 


U 3 C 6 


Total State 


2,590 


1,555 


32 


971 


67 


54 


74 


105 


84 


133 


35 




1,033 


619 


58 


7 7 


80 


79 


89 


31 


2 


Department of Correction 












































Md. Correctional Institution(Hagerstown)/ 


236 


139 


- 


52 


17 




14 


15 


20 


14 


- 


- 


97 


51 


19 


10 


- 


- 


17 


- 


- 


Md • Correctional Institution for Women/ 


13 


9 






I 


1 




U 




3 
























Md. House of Correction/ 


8 


5 


- 


- 






- 


2 


2 








3 


3 
















Department of Mental Hygiene 












































Crownsville State Hospital/ 


48 


14 


- 


14 


















34 


34 
















Henryton State Hospital/ 


35 


35 


- 


35 






- 


- 


- 








- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Institute for Children (Rosewood)/ 


85 


85 




65 




































Rosewood State Hospital- 


374 


374 




374 




































Springfield State Hospital/ 


17 


11 




11 


















6 


6 
















Spring Grove State Hospital/ 


47 


47 




47 




































Department of Public Welfare 












































Boys' Village of Maryland"'' 


205 


168 






3 


10 


15 


33 


29 


56 


22 




37 






18 


9 


10 








Md. Children's Centers- 


78 


17 




17 


















61 


61 
















Md. Training School for Boys- 


309 


207 




207 


















102 


102 
















Montrose School for Girls* 


247 


74 




74 


















173 


173 
















Victor Cullen School/ 


150 
























150 


150 
















Autonomous Institutions 












































House of the Good Shepherd/ 


110 
























110 






20 


30 


34 


20 


6 




Patuxent Institution/ 


20 


18 




18 


















2 


2 
















Md. School for the Deaf- 


298 


181 


18 


9 


20 


19 


25 


26 


16 


35 


13 




11" 




13 


12 


26 


12 


38 


16 




Md. School for the Blind* 


310 


171 


14 


28 


26 


16 


20 


25 


17 


25 






13" 


37 


26 


13 


15 


23 


14 


9 





*Previously included with nonpublic schools. 
/N'ot previously reported. 



TABLE 

10 



Number of Nonpublic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Number of Pupils 




Number of 


C h 1 c 




Total 
Number 

O L 

Different 
Teachers 


Total 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Ele- 
mentary 


Secondary 


Total 


Nursery 
and / or 
Kinder- 
garten 
only 


Ele- 
mentary 


Secondary 


Combined 
Elem.-Sec. 


T^»^ J3 1 ^ ;i t" p 


145,525 


4,389 


9,130 


102,691 


29,315 


504 


165 


228 


6 3 




f\ 111 


A 1 1 P 0AnV 


9 7 '^A 




1 nf\ 

iUD 


9 n? ft 


3 / U 


10 


O 
Z 


7 








Anne Arundel 


7,353 


85 


1,228 


4,983 


1,057 


37 


22 


9 


3 


3 


316 


Baltimore City 


42,005 


1,046 


1,575 


29,058 


10,326 


122 


23 


69 


21 


9 


1,828 


^ t i mf»r P 


33,030 


870 


2,778 


23,574 


5,808 


103 


41 


39 


10 


13 


1 44 S 


Ca 1 ver t 


127 


- 


- 


127 


- 




- 


1 










1 1 A 




1 c 
i D 


QQ 




2 


1 
1 


1 
I 






Li. 


Carroll 


695 


- 


149 


437 


109 


7 


4 


2 


- 


1 


26 


Cecil 


1,323 


- 


95 


880 


348 


7 


1 


2 


2 


2 


77 




1 ,669 


- 


- 


1,315 


354 


4 


- 


2 




2 


4n 


Dorchester 


49 


18 


31 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 






3 


Frederick 


1,811 


40 


126 


1,359 


286 


10 


4 


4 


1 


1 


97 


Garrett 


106 




36 


70 




2 


1 


1 






4 


Harford 


2,213 


28 


359 


1,208 


618 


10 


5 


4 


1 




99 


Howard 


2,191 


34 


105 


1,910 


142 


9 


2 


5 




2 


96 


Kent 
























Montgomery 


23,417 


1,802 


1,058 


16,251 


4,306 


91 


32 


43 


9 


7 


1,180 


Prince George's 


20,231 


388 


1,254 


14,781 


3,808 


61 


21 


30 


8 


2 


664 


Queen Anne' s 


118 






61 


57 


2 






1 


1 


14 


St. Mary's 


3,390 




101 


2,498 


791 


13 


2 


6 


4 


1 


122 


Somerset 
























Talbot 


738 


8 


28 


566 


136 


2 




1 




1 


37 


Washington 


1 ,746 


28 


64 


1,055 


599 


7 


1 


1 


2 


3 


87 


Wicomico 


445 


42 


22 


381 




3 


2 


1 






18 


Worcester 

























TABLE 

11 



Number of Parish and Private Catholic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Number of Pupils 




Number of 


Schools 




Total 

Ni imhA t" 

of 

Different 
Teachers 


Total 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Ele- 
mentary 


Secondary 


Total 


Nursery 
and/or 
Kinder- 
garten 
only 


Ele- 
mentary 


Secondary 


Combined 
Elem. -Sec . 


Toffll ^^f^tp 


117,141 


68 


2,756 


92,670 


?1,647 


231 


3 


170 


44 


14 


3,793 


All pofl n V 


2,648 






2,078 


570 


8 




7 


1 




97 


Anne Arundel 


5,311 


- 


333 


4,349 


629 


6 


- 


4 


1 


1 


139 


Baltimore City 


35,357 


- 


680 


26, 356 


8, 321 


78 


- 


60 


18 




1,221 


Ba 1 1 imore 


25,554 


24 


468 


21,604 


3,458 


39 


- 


29 


6 


4 


756 


Calvert 


127 


- 


- 


127 


- 


1 


- 


1 






5 




99 






99 




I 




1 






1 X 


Carroll 


519 


- 


- 


410 


109 


2 


- 


1 


- 


1 


14 


Cecil 


902 


- 


95 


738 


69 


4 


1 


2 


1 




31 




1 ,669 


- 


- 


1,315 


354 




- 


2 




2 


40 


norfhpQt'pr 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 








Frederick 


1,670 




70 


1 ,314 


286 


5 




3 


1 


1 


85 


Garrett 


91 




21 


70 




1 




1 






3 


Harford 


1,771 




98 


1,055 


618 


4 




3 


1 




71 


Howard 


1,948 




62 


1,753 


133 


5 




4 




1 


62 


Kent 
























Montgomery 


16,306 




357 


13,333 


2,616 


28 




21 


5 


2 


559 


Prince George's 


18,126 


44 


473 


14,101 


3,508 


30 


1 


23 


6 




535 


Queen Anne's 
























St. Mary's 


3,120 




47 


2,498 


575 


11 


1 


6 


3 


1 


102 


Somerset 
























Talbot 


533 






397 


136 


1 








1 


20 


Washington 


1,009 




52 


692 


265 


2 




1 


1 




30 


Wicomico 


381 






381 




1 




1 






12 


Worcester 

























NOTE: Figures furnished by directors of Catholic education. 



TABLE 

12 



Number of Nonpublic Non-Catholic Schools, Pupils, and Teachers: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Number of P 


upils 




Number of 






Tnr a 1 
.\VJin Uc I 

Di f f erent 
Teachers 


Total 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 


Other 
Ele- 
mentary 


Secondary 


Total 


Nursery 
an Q / or 
Kinder- 
garten 
only 


Ele- 
mentary 


Secondary 


Combined 
Elem. -Sec . 


Tnf A 1 9 r A r p 


28,384 


4,321 


6,374 


10,021 


7 ,668 


273 


162 


58 


1 9 


34 


2,479 


Al 1 PCTADV 
n J. xcgaiijr 


L\J\J 




1 rift 






2 


9 








5 


Anne Arundel 


2,042 


85 


895 


634 


428 


31 


22 


5 


2 


2 


177 


Baltimore City 


6,648 


1,046 


895 


2,702 


2,005 


44 


23 


9 


3 


9 


607 


Bal t imore 


7,476 


846 


2,310 


1,970 


2,350 


64 


41 


10 


4 


9 


689 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 








Carol ine 












1 


1 








1 


Carroll 


176 


- 


149 


27 


- 


5 


4 


1 


- 


- 


12 


Cecil 


421 


- 


- 


142 


279 


3 


- 


- 


1 


2 


46 


PHa r 1 p <i 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 








Dorchester 


49 


18 


31 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 






3 


Frederick 


141 


40 


56 


45 




5 


4 


1 






12 


Garrett 


15 




15 






1 


1 








1 


Harford 


442 


28 


261 


153 




6 


5 


1 






28 


Howard 


243 


34 


43 


157 


9 


4 


2 


1 




1 


34 


Kent 
























Montgomery 


7,111 


1,802 


701 


2,918 


1,690 


63 


32 


22 


4 


5 


621 


Prince George's 


2,105 


344 


781 


680 


300 


31 


20 


7 


2 


2 


129 


Queen Anne ' s 


118 






61 


57 


2 






1 


1 


14 


St. Mary's 


270 




54 




216 


2 


1 




1 




20 


Somerset 
























Talbot 


205 


8 


28 


169 




1 




1 






17 


Washington 


737 


28 


12 


363 


334 


5 


1 




1 


3 


57 


Wicomico 


64 


42 


22 
















6 


Worcester 

























NOTE: Figures furnished by principals of schools. 



TABLE 

13 



Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Number of Elementary Pupils in Grade 


Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Spec ial 
Classes 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 




2 


3 


4 


5 


g 


7 


s 
o 




mj , j^j 


116,210 


1,238 


4,389 


9,130 


14,563 


13, 


883 


13,824 


13,559 


12,836 


12,435 


10,615 


9,738 


All 


7 7 


9 1 QA 
Z , iO^f 






1 r\A 
iUo 






288 




7 Q 
£.10 


lot 


IOC 

2 JD 


o o o 


216 


Anne Arundel 


7,353 


6,296 


48 


85 


1,228 


816 




739 


733 


683 


578 


572 


436 


378 


Baltimore City 


42,005 


31,679 


613 


1,046 


1,575 


4,047 


3, 


787 


3,759 


3,683 


3,622 


3,544 


3,148 


2,855 


Bal t imore 




27,222 


37 


870 


2,778 


3,340 


3, 


222 


3,257 


3,218 


3,029 


2,862 


2,348 


2,261 


L*ai ver L 


19 7 


127 


- 


- 


- 


14 




22 


13 


16 


19 


18 


16 


9 




1 1 L 


11/. 






Id 






_ 














Carroll 


695 


586 


1 


_ 


149 


79 




60 


63 


46 


60 


42 


48 


38 


Cecil 


1,323 


975 


- 


- 


95 


130 




121 


125 


129 


109 


113 


84 


69 


Charles 


1 A 

1 , 007 


1,315 


- 


- 


- 


203 




189 


201 


173 


187 


165 


115 


82 


L/Or^IlCSLcL 


AQ 

H 7 


49 


- 


18 


31 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


1,811 


1,525 




40 


126 


180 




185 


178 


175 


181 


173 


144 


143 


Garrett 


106 


106 






36 


10 




8 


13 


8 


14 


6 


5 


6 


Harford 


2,213 


1,595 




28 


359 


176 




171 


168 


169 


141 


141 


123 


119 


Howard 


2,191 


2,049 


7 


34 


105 


286 




263 


274 


254 


233 


215 


196 


182 


Kent 






























Montgomery 


23,417 


19,111 


430 


1,802 


1,058 


2,162 


2, 


095 


2,132 


2,181 


2,032 


2,030 


1,703 


1,486 


Prince George's 


20,231 


16,423 


3 


388 


1,254 


2,157 


2. 


116 


2,021 


1,964 


1,815 


1,745 


1,507 


1,453 


Queen Anne ' s 


118 


61 








7 




8 


6 


7 


9 


8 


10 


6 


St. Mary's 


3,390 


2,599 






101 


379 




322 


320 


303 


311 


308 


294 


261 


Somerset 






























Talbot 


738 


602 




8 


28 


70 




70 


78 


82 


64 


71 


70 


61 


Washington 


1,746 


1,147 




28 


64 


147 




156 


157 


139 


129 


143 


103 


81 


Wicomico 


445 


445 




42 


2 2 


60 




61 


50 


51 


46 


44 


37 


32 


Worcester 































TABLE 

13 

Nonpublic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 



Number of High School Pupils in Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
Hign 


Ungraded 


7 


8 


9 

1 


10 


11 


12 


Total State 


■•■'29,315 


114 


884 


1,023 


7,817 


7,235 


6,275 


5,819 


Allegany 


570 








159 


142 


130 


139 


Anne Arundel 


-V 1 n ^ 7 
" 1 , U J / 


i D 


jO 




T 9 




1 OA 




Baltimore City 


-'10,326 


4 


265 


277 


2,819 


2,763 


2,139 


2,034 


Baltimore 


5,808 


- 


241 


317 


1,355 


1,379 


1,304 


1,212 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 




- 


- 


- 










Carroll 


1 no 








J i 






O "J 


Cecil 


*348 


_ 


20 


39 


75 


58 


78 


70 


Charles 


354 


- 


50 


42 


67 


75 


67 


53 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


286 








75 


80 


70 


61 


Garrett 


















Harford 


618 








224 


206 


188 




Howard 


142 








47 


29 


33 


33 


Kent 


















Montgomery 


*4,306 


21 


132 


157 


1,078 


971 


897 


951 


Prince George's 


3,808 


73 


64 


57 


1,148 


942 


818 


706 


Queen Anne ' s 


57 








22 


13 


11 


11 


St. Mary's 


791 




20 


32 


191 


174 


175 


199 


Somerset 


















Talbot 


136 








35 


33 


37 


31 


Washington 


599 




36 


44 


166 


126 


113 


114 


Wicomico 


















Worcester 



















*Includes the following postgraduates: Anne Arundel, 16; Baltimore City, 25; Cecil, 8; Montgomery, 99; Total, 148. 



TABLE 

14 



Catholic (Parish and Private) School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 






Number of Elementary 


Pupils in Grade 












Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Special 
Classes 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 




1 17 , 141 


95 ,494 


712 


68 


2,756 


12,959 


12,436 


12,349 


12 , 189 


11 ,521 


11 , 129 


10 059 


9,316 


All ooar^Aj 
nL i. Cgdliy 


2 , 648 


2 078 




- 


- 


300 


288 


276 


278 


257 


235 


228 


216 


Annp AT"iin(4p1 

r^i I Lie t\ L u i ^ 


5, 311 


4,682 






333 


698 


649 


635 


601 


511 


493 


406 


356 


Baltimore City 


35i357 


27 ',036 


487 




680 


3,620 


3,413 


3,369 


3,290 


3,216 


3,163 


3,044 


2,754 


Baltimore 


25,554 


22,096 


14 


24 


468 


3,025 


2,930 


2,955 


2,950 


2,746 


2,577 


2,212 


2,195 


v^ai ver I. 


197 






_ 


_ 


14 


22 


13 


1 ft 


1 Q 
J. y 


1 fl 




q 
y 


L<aroi xne 


QQ 


QQ 
yy 


QQ 
y y 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 












v^ai ro 1 1 


SI Q 










79 


57 


58 


44 


54 


41 


41 




Cecil 


902 


833 


- 




95 


107 


102 


104 


103 


81 


88 


84 


69 


Charles 


1,669 


1,315 


- 


_ 




203 


189 


201 


173 


187 


165 


115 


82 


Dor ches ter 








_ 


_ 


















Frederick 




1 IRA 






70 


172 


176 


170 


1 fiQ 
X O 7 


1 77 


1 70 


140 




Garrett 


91 


91 






21 


10 


8 


13 


8 


14 


6 


5 


6 


Harford 


1,771 


1,153 






98 


154 


153 


151 


150 


123 


120 


105 


99 


Howard 


1,948 


1,815 






62 


265 


243 


252 


235 


217 


199 


179 


163 


Kent 




























Montgomery 


16,306 


13,690 


112 




357 


1 ,684 


1,684 


1,714 


1,807 


1,719 


1,722 


1,542 


1,349 


Prince George's 


18,126 


14,618 




44 


473 


2,043 


1,995 


1,911 


1,874 


1,722 


1,645 


1,474 


1,437 


Queen Anne's 




























St. Mary's 


3,120 


2,545 






47 


379 


322 


320 


303 


311 


308 


294 


261 


Somerset 




























Talbot 


533 


397 








52 


49 


58 


50 


44 


52 


49 


43 


Washington 


1,009 


744 






52 


94 


95 


99 


87 


77 


83 


88 


69 


Wicomico 


381 


381 








60 


61 


50 


51 


46 


44 


37 


32 


Worcester 





























TABLE 

14 

Catholic (Parish and Private) School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 



Number of High School Pupils in Grade 



Local Unit 


Total 
High 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Total State 


21,647 


50 


69 


6,380 


5,784 


4,877 


4,487 


Allegany 


570 






159 


142 


130 


139 


Anne Arundel 


629 






241 


141 


125 


122 


Baltimore City 


8,321 


- 


- 


2,467 


2,409 


1,766 


1,679 


Baltimore 


3,458 


- 


- 


933 


869 


855 


801 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 






i. 










Carroll 


109 






31 


32 


19 


27 


Cecil 


69 


- 


- 


20 


14 


20 


15 


Charles 


354 


50 


42 


67 


75 


67 


53 


Dorchester 


— 








- 


— 


" 


Frederick 


Zoo 






/ J 


OU 


/U 


01 


Garrett 
















Harford 


618 






224 


206 


188 




Howard 


133 






41 


26 


33 


33 


Kent 
















Montgomery 


2,616 




27 


772 


648 


569 


600 


Prince George's 


3,508 






1,082 


912 


810 


704 


Queen Anne ' s 
















St. Mary's 


575 






156 


132 


126 


161 


Somerset 
















Talbot 


136 






35 


33 


37 


31 


Washington 


265 






77 


65 


62 


61 


Wicomico 
















Worcester 

















TABLE 

15 



Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Grand 

Total 






Number of Elementary 


Pu ■ 1 


in Grade 












Total 
Ele- 
mentary 


Spec ial 
Classes 


Nursery 


Kinder- 
garten 


1 


2 


3 




J 


b 


7 


8 


Total State 


28,384 


20,716 


526 


4 , 321 


6,374 


1 , 604 


1 ,447 


1 ,475 


1 , 370 


1 ,315 


1 ,306 


556 


422 




Allegany 


106 


106 


- 


- 


106 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






Anne Arundel 


2 ,042 


1,614 


48 


85 


895 


118 


90 


98 


82 


67 


79 


30 


9 *> 

£.£. 




Baltimore City 


6,648 


4,643 


126 


1 ,046 


895 


427 


374 


390 


393 


406 


381 


104 






Baltimore 


7,476 


5,126 


23 


846 


2 ,310 


315 


292 


302 


268 


283 


285 


136 


66 




Calvert 


— 


- 


- 








— 






- 


- 


- 


- 




Carol ine 


15 


15 




- 


15 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


- 






Carroll 


176 


176 


1 




149 




3 


5 


2 


6 


1 


7 


o 
Z 




Cecil 


421 


142 








23 


19 


21 


26 


28 


25 








Charles 






- 


















- 






Dorchester 


49 


49 


- 


18 


31 




- 






- 


- 


- 






Freder ick 


141 


141 




40 


56 


8 


9 


8 


6 


4 


3 


4 


3 




Garrett 


1 c 
LD 


1 c 
I D 






15 




















Harford 


442 


442 




28 


261 


22 


18 


17 


19 


18 


21 


18 


20 




Howard 


243 


234 


7 


34 


43 


21 


20 


22 


19 


16 


16 


17 


19 




Kent 






























Montgomery 


7,111 


5,421 


318 


1,802 


701 


478 


411 


418 


374 


313 


308 


161 


137 




Prince George ' s 


2,105 


1,805 


3 


344 


781 


114 


121 


110 


90 


93 


100 


33 


16 




Queen Anne ' s 


118 


61 








7 


8 


6 


7 


9 


8 


10 


6 




St. Mary's 


270 


54 






54 




















Somerset 






























Talbot 


205 


205 




8 


28 


18 


21 


20 


32 


20 


19 


21 


18 




Washington 


737 


403 




28 


12 


53 


61 


58 


52 


52 


60 


15 


12 




Wicomico 


64 


64 




42 


22 




















Worcester 































TABLE 

15 



Nonpublic Non-Catholic School Enrollment by Grade: State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 





■ ' ■ ' ' — 

Number of High School Pupils in Grade 


Local Unit 


Total 


ungiciucu 




a 
o 




1 u 






High 


7 


Q 




i z 




■"^7,668 


114 


834 


954 


1,437 


1,451 


1,398 


1,332 


nil cgaiiy 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


Anno Ayiinrid 


*428 


16 


56 


58 


84 


71 


7 1 


56 


Baltimore City 


*2,005 


4 


265 


277 


352 


354 


373 


355 


Baltimore 


2,350 


_ 


241 


317 


422 


510 


449 


411 


Cal ver t 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






L>a lO 1 iric 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


\j a L L \J i. i. 


















Cecil 


.V279 




20 


39 


55 


44 


58 


55 


Charles 


_ 




_ 
















_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 
























Garrett 


















Harford 


















Howard 


9 








6 


3 






Kent 


















Montgomery 


*1 , 690 


21 


132 


130 


306 


323 


328 


351 


Prince George' s 


300 


73 


64 


57 


66 


30 


8 


2 


Queen Anne ' s 


57 








22 


13 


11 


11 


St. Mary's 


216 




20 


32 


35 


42 


49 


38 


Somerset 


















Talbot 


















Washington 


334 




36 


44 


89 


61 


51 


53 


Wicomico 


















Worcester 



















*Includes the following postgraduates: Anne Arundel, 16; Baltimore City, 25; Cecil 8; Montgomery, 99; Total, 148. 



TABLE 

16 

Total Resident Births in Maryland: 1958-1967 
, , Total Resident Births in Maryland 



Local unit 


1958 


1959 


1960 


1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


Total State 


75,997 


77,165 


77,496 


78,190 


76,325 


78,146 


79,003 


74,137 


72,117 


69,726 


Allegany 


1,634 


1,667 


1,690 


1,726 


1,668 


1,675 


1,588 


1,507 


1,384 


1,259 


Anne Arundel 


4,762 


5,058 


5,185 


5,347 


5,171 


5,503 


5,584 


5,197 


5,048 


4,989 


Baltimore City 


24,464 


23,893 


23,262 


23,153 


22,252 


22,091 


21,987 


19,907 


19,127 


17,985 


Baltimore 


11,759 


11,993 


12,047 


11,735 


10,978 


10,691 


10,793 


10,044 


9,937 


9,598 


Calvert 


421 


457 


458 


454 


493 


511 


463 


466 


461 


450 


Caroline 


465 


435 


436 


439 


422 


419 


397 


371 


380 


326 


Carroll 


1 ,095 


1 , 110 


1 ,095 


1 , 116 


1 , 140 


1 ,130 


1,171 


1 , 120 


1,087 


1,081 


Cecil 


1,252 


1,281 


1,287 


1,295 


1,310 


1,350 


1,403 


1,239 


1,175 


1,110 


Charles 


987 


975 


1,023 


1,125 


1,090 


1,021 


1,080 


1,004 


982 


1,009 


Dorchester 


616 


560 


547 


568 


575 


553 


551 


508 


480 


446 


Frederick 


1,577 


1,602 


1,662 


1 ,740 


1,680 


1,699 


1 ,691 


1,602 


1,483 


1 ,417 


Garrett 


470 


444 


449 


457 


435 


421 


435 


431 


431 


364 


Harford 


2,042 


2,121 


2,121 


2,218 


2,209 


2,301 


2,315 


2,202 


2,136 


2,006 


Howard 


762 


857 


861 


957 


971 


1,117 


1,058 


980 


819 


862 


Kent 


373 


375 


385 


375 


332 


365 


332 


290 


267 


236 


Montgomery 


7,614 


7,848 


8,199 


8,199 


8,253 


8,461 


8,417 


7,973 


7,705 


7,464 


Prince George's 


9,761 


10,224 


10,572 


11,077 


11,246 


12,483 


13,475 


13,627 


13,861 


14,028 


Queen Anne's 


355 


362 


351 


363 


370 


392 


362 


294 


279 


243 


St. Mary's 


1,118 


1,430 


1,413 


1,410 


1,393 


1,509 


1,496 


1,307 


1,179 


1,218 


Somerset 


404 


403 


452 


405 


388 


359 


357 


342 


292 


267 


Talbot 


453 


467 


426 


463 


452 


471 


445 


429 


368 


309 


Washington 


1,957 


1,894 


1,895 


1,950 


1,983 


1,999 


2,003 


1,816 


1,816 


1,788 


Wicomico 


1,091 


1,141 


1,134 


1,089 


986 


1,068 


1,090 


980 


948 


840 


Worcester 


565 


568 


546 


529 


528 


557 


510 


501 


472 


431 



Source: Maryland State Department of Health, Division of Statistical Research and Records. 



TABLE 

17 



Total Number of Handicapped Maryland Children Enrolled Either in Special Classes, Home and 
Hospital Instruction, or Special Schools*: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Total 


Mentally 


Specific 
Learning 


Emotionally 


Orthopedically 
Handicapped 
or Other 
Physically 


Blind or 
Partially 
S 66 1 


Speech 
and Hearing 

fiaiiuxV'aL'o 


Cooanuni- 
cative 


Multiple 


Total State 


29,374 


22,977 


2,211 


854 


2,596 


66 


379 


126 


165 


Allegany 


379 


330 


15 


6 


28 


_ 




_ 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


1 ,666 


1,265 


64 


104 


193 


_ 


38 


2 


_ 


Baltimore City 


16,105 


14,724 


225 


248 


663 


40 


183 


22 


- 


Baltimore 


2,693 


1,834 


365 


84 


314 


8 


84 


4 




Calvert 


196 


187 






9 










Caroline 


74 


65 


_ 


1 


7 


_ 




1 


_ 


Carroll 


236 


187 


1 


8 


39 


1 


_ 




_ 


Cecil 


318 


295 


- 


6 


16 


- 


- 


1 


- 


Charles 


191 


166 




3 


22 










Dorchester 


55 


35 




2 


18 






\ 




Frederick 


217 


144 


1 


19 


53 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Garrett 


45 


20 


2 


5 


14 


- 


- 


2 


2 


Harford 


600 


490 


15 


11 


81 






3 




Howard 


286 


254 


3 


10 


18 






1 




Kent 


149 


141 




1 


7 










Montgomery 


2,405 


590 


866 


252 


473 


3 


32 


27 


162 


Prince George's 


2,293 


994 


641 


70 


513 


10 


40 


25 




Queen Anne ' s 


181 


165 






16 










St. Mary's 


250 


239 


1 


3 


6 






1 




Somerset 


81 


78 


1 




2 










Talbot 


150 


140 




2 


7 


1 








Washington 


525 


392 


11 


16 


64 


2 


2 


37 


1 


Wicomico 


230 


209 




1 


20 










Worcester 


49 


33 




2 


13 


1 









*Excludes children enrolled in therapy; also those in preschool classes. 



TABLE 

18 



SUMMARY 

Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 





Total 


Elementary 


High 


Local Unit 


Schools with 






Schools with 






Schools with 






Special 


Number of 


Enrol Iment 


Spec ial 


Number of 


Enrollment 


Spec ia 1 


Number of 


Enrol Iment 




Classes* 


Classes 




Classes 


Classes 




Classes 


Classes 






568 


1,580 


25,629 


406 


1 ,011 


14 , 737 


179 


569 


10 892 


e\ i. legally 


14 


24 


345 


8 


17 


188 


6 


7 


157 


Anno Ai*iinri<>l 


50 


118 


1,415 


35 


89 


991 


15 


29 


424 


Baltimore City 


164 


681 


14,969 


130 


365 


7 ,676 


39 


316 


7,293 


Baltimore 


87 


196 


2 357 


59 


135 


1 ,553 


33 


61 


804 


Calvert 


9 


12 


186 


8 


11 


166 


1 


1 


20 




3 


5 


65 


3 


5 


65 


1 


- 


- 


Car ml 1 


8 


17 


184 


8 


16 


170 


1 


1 


14 


Cecil 


17 


25 


295 


11 


17 


172 


6 


8 


123 


Charles 


13 


13 


159 


11 


11 


130 


2 


2 


29 


LJ\J L ^IICO UCL 


3 


3 


33 


2 


2 


22 


1 


1 


11 




6 


15 


167 


3 


12 


122 


4 


3 


45 


Garrett 


1 


2 


29 


1 


2 


29 








Harford 


24 


38 


502 


16 


27 


299 


8 


11 


203 


Howard 


13 


15 


250 


6 


8 


115 


7 


7 


135 


Kent 


3 


9 


139 


3 


5 


81 


1 


4 


58 


Montgomery 


44 


136 


1 ,526 


28 


96 


976 


18 


40 


550 


Prince George's 


65 


173 


1,689 


46 


129 


1 ,178 


19 


44 


511 


Queen Anne's 


8 


10 


165 


8 


10 


165 








St. Mary's 


8 


17 


238 


5 


13 


159 


3 


4 


79 


Somerset 


3 


5 


78 


3 


5 


78 








Talbot 


4 


10 


138 


2 


4 


55 


2 


6 


83 


Washington 


11 


35 


464 


3 


17 


186 


8 


18 


278 


Wicomico 


7 


17 


203 


4 


11 


128 


4 


6 


75 


Worcester 


3 


4 


33 


3 


4 


33 









*Where totals do not agree with individual columns, combined schools are involved. 



TABLE 

19 



Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 





Mentally 


Severely Handicapped 




Retarded 






Mental ly 




















Handicapped 


Spec if ic 






Local Unit 






Total 






Learning 


Emotionally 




Educable 






Trainable 


Disabilities 


■ landicapped 




No. of 


Enroll- 


No . of 


Enrol 1- 


No. of 


Enrol 1 - 


No. of 


Enrol 1- 


No. of 


Enrol 1 - 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Total State 




1 q QQ9 


576 


5,637 


7A. 1 


I , JD/ 


i 7H 


1 fi^Q 


9 ft 




Allegany 


1 o 


L. OH 


D 


D 1 




H D 


9 


1 c; 
i -> 






Anne Arundel 


DO 






HZ J 


T 1 
J i 




Q 
O 


DH 




JO 


Ba 1 1 imo re City 


511 


13,846 


1 C\/. 
iUH- 


i , i z J 


42 


479 


16 


131 


10 


120 


Bait imore 


95 


1,341 


101 


1,016 


47 


443 


30 


341 


3 


33 


Calvert 


1 C\ 
L\J 


1 UD 


2 


20 


9 


6. K) 










Caroline 







•a 
J 


'\ '\ 
J J 


J 


J J 










Carroll 


10 


127 


7 
/ 


J / 


7 


57 


_ 


~_ 


'_ 


I 


Cec il 


19 


257 


6 


38 


6 


38 










Charles 


12 


154 


1 


5 


1 


5 










Dorchester 


1 


11 


2 


22 


2 


22 










Frederick 


4 


60 


11 


107 


8 


84 






2 


12 


Garrett* 




3 


2 


26 


2 


17 




2 




3 


Harford 


28 


413 


10 


89 


8 


74 


2 


15 






Howard 


12 


226 


3 


24 


3 


24 










Kent 


8 


128 


I 


11 


1 


11 










Montgomery 


24 


253 


112 


1,273 


21 


239 


61 


705 


9 


92 


Prince George's 


52 


695 


121 


994 


28 


262 


74 


586 






Queen Anne's 


9 


156 


1 


9 


1 


9 










St. Mary's 


13 


196 


4 


42 


4 


42 










Somerset 


2 


48 


3 


30 


3 


30 










Talbot 


8 


115 


2 


23 


2 


23 










Washington* 


20 


308 


15 


156 


9 


82 


1 


10 




10 


Wicomico 


14 


185 


3 


18 


2 


13 










Worcester 






4 


33 


4 


33 











NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although many of them have more than one handicap. 



*Enrollments with no classes indicate that children have been reported by their individual handicap but are assigned to other classes. 



TABLE 

19 

Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 



Severely Handicapped - (continued) 









Blind 


Speech 










Orthopedically 


or Partially 


and Hearing 


Aphasic 


Multiple 


Local Unit 


Handicapped 


Seeing 


Handicaps 






Handicapped 




No . of 


Enroll- 


No . of 


Enr o 1 1 — 


No . of 


Enrol 1- 


L <i (J • \J L 


Fnrrtl 1 - 


No. of 


Enrol 1 - 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


1 a c c a c 


men t 


Classes 


ment 


Xocai btdte 


52 


447 


6 


60 


39 


379 


6 


59 


10 


165 


Allegany 














" 








Anne Arundel 


J 


Z J 






D 


Jo 










Bal t imore C i ty 


13 






Hi) 














Bal t Imore 


12 


107 


1 


8 


8 


84 






_ 


_ 


r'a 1 \iort- 
K^aL Vc L L 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


Caroline 






















Carroll 






















Cec il 






















na L i. CO 






















Dorchester 






















Frederick 


1 


11 


















Garrett* 
















2 




2 


Harford 






















Howard 






















Kent 






















Montgomery 


5 


43 






6 


32 






10 


162 


Prince George's 


14 


96 


I 


10 


4 


40 










Queen Anne ' s 






















St. Mary's 






















Somerset 






















Talbot 






















Washington* 


1 


12 




2 




2 


4 


37 




1 


Wicomico 


1 


5 


















Worcester 























NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although many of them have more than one handicap. 



♦Enrollments with no classes indicate that children have been reported by their individual handicap but are assigned to other classes. 



TABLE 

20 



Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary Schools: 1966-67 





Mentally 


Severely Handicapped 




Retarded 






Mentally 
















Total 


Handicapped 


Specific 






Locai Unit 














Learning 


Emotionally 




Educable 






Trainable 


Disabilities 


Handicapped 




No. of 


Enroll- 


L>1 . O J. 


— c — n — 

Enroll— 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 




Classes 


ment 




ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Total State* 






462 


4,351 






i J / 


1 9 AA 


9n 


911 
Z 1 1 


Allegany 


1 1 
1 1 


19 7 


o 


Di 






9 


1 c 






Anne Arundel 




DO J 


jU 


'fUO 






7 




A 


JO 


Baltimore City 


289 


6,900 


/O 


T T t 

lib 


29 


300 


14 


114 


3 


41 


Baltimore 


57 


746 


/o 


oU/ 


34 


328 


26 


307 


2 


17 


Calvert 


Q 

7 


1 /. A 
i4-0 


2 


20 




9n 










Caroline 


9 


Tfl 
JU 


3 


35 




J J 










Carroll 


9 


113 


7 


J / 


7 


57 










Ceci 1 


11 


134 


/■ 
D 


3o 


6 


38 










Charles 


10 


125 


1 


5 


1 


5 










Dorchester 






2 


22 


2 


22 










Frederick 


1 


15 


11 


107 


8 


84 






2 


12 


barret 




3 


2 


26 


2 


17 




2 




3 


Harford 


17 


210 


10 


89 


8 


74 


2 


15 






Howard 


5 


91 


3 


24 


3 


24 










Kent 


4 


70 


1 


11 


1 


11 










Mont gome ry 


24 


253 


72 


723 


21 


239 


32 


322 


9 


92 


Prince George' s 


29 


345 


100 


833 


28 


262 


53 


425 






Queen Anne's 


9 


156 


1 


9 


1 


9 










St. Mary's 


9 


117 


4 


42 


4 


42 










Somerset 


2 


48 


3 


30 


3 


30 










Talbot 


2 


32 


2 


23 


2 


23 










Washington* 


2 


30 


15 


156 


9 


82 


1 


10 




10 


Wicomico 


8 


110 


3 


18 


2 


13 










Worcester 






4 


33 


4 


33 











NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although many of them have more than one handicap. 



*Enrollments with no classes indicate that children have been reported by their individual handicap but are assigned to other classes. 



TABLE 

20 



Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Elementary Schools: 1966-67 



Severely Handicapped - (continued) 









Blind 


Speech 










Orthopedically 


or Partially 


and Hearing 


Aphasic 


Multiple 


Local unic 


Handicapped 


Seeing 


Handicaps 






Handicapped 




No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enrol 1- 


No. of 


Enroll- 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 




45 


377 


6 


60 


33 


319 


6 


59 


- 


3 


Allegany 






















Anne Arundel 










C 
J 


9Q 










Baltimore City 


1 1 




A 
H 






A J 7 




ZD 






Bal timore 


9 


85 


1 


8 


6 


62 






- 


- 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


« 


_ 


- 


- 


Caroline 






















Carroll 






















Ceci 1 






















Charles 






















Dor ches t er 






















Frederick 


1 


11 


















Garrett* 
















2 




2 


Harford 






















Howard 






















Kent 






















Montgomery 


5 


43 






5 


27 










Prince George's 


14 


96 


1 


10 


4 


40 










Queen Anne's 






















St. Mary's 






















Somers et 






















Talbot 






















Washington* 


1 


12 




2 




2 


4 


37 




1 


Wicomico 


1 


5 


















Worces ter 























NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although many of them have more than one handicap. 



*Enrollments with no classes indicate that children have been reported by their individual handicap but are assigned to other classes. 



TABLE 

21 



Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Secondary Schools: 1966-67 





Mentally 




Severely Handicapped 




Retarded 








Mentally 






















Handicapped 


Spec if ic 






Local Unit 








Total 






Learning 


Emotionally 




Educable 








Trainable 


Disabilities 


Handicapped 




Xo. of 


Enroll- 


AO. of 


Enroll- 


y.o. of 


Enrol 1- 


Xo. of 


Enroll- 


;.'o. of 


Enroll- 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


nent 


Classes 


men t 


Classes 


ni6 n C 


Total State 


455 


9, 


606 


1 1 L 




26 


294 


57 


605 


8 


95 


Allegany 


7 




157 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


27 






2 


19 


- 


- 


1 


10 


- 


- 


Baltimore City 


288 


6. 


946 


28 


347 


13 


179 


2 


17 


7 


79 


Baltimore 


J o 




595 


23 


209 




i i J 






i 


1 A 
1 O 


Calvert 


1 




20 


















Caroline 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


1 




14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cecil 


Q 

o 




123 


- 


- 














Charles 


2 




29 


















Dorchester 


1 




11 


















Frederick 


3 




45 


















Garrett 
























Harford 


11 




203 


















Howard 


7 




135 


















Kent 


4 




58 


















Montgomery 








40 


550 






29 


383 






Prince George's 
Queen Anne ' s 


23 




350 


21 


161 






21 


161 




























St. Mary's 


4 




79 


















Somerset 
























Talbot 


6 




83 


















Washington 


18 




278 


















Wicomico 


6 




75 


















Worcester 

























NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although many of them have more than one handicap. 



TABLE 

21 



Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Secondary Schools: 1966-67 









Severely r 


ancicapped - 


- '' cont i ;•. jed ! 










Blind 


Speech 








Orthopedically 


or Partially 


and Hearing 


Apha 


sic 


llult iple 


Tap^I In if 

Lj V V- u J. l^LiX^ 


Handicapped 


Seeing 


Handicaps 




Handicapped 




N'o. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 


No. of 


Enroll- 




Classes 


ment 


Classes 


nent 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Classes 


ment 


Total State 


7 


70 


- 


- 


6 


60 






10 


162 


Allegany 






















Anne Arundel 


. 




_ 




1 


9 










Baltimore City 


4 


48 


_ 




2 


24 




_ 






Baltimore 


3 


22 


- 


- 


2 


22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Calvert 


■ 


- 


■ 


- 


- 


~ 




- 


- 


- 


Caroline 






















Carro 1 1 






















Cecil 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Charles 






















Dorchester 






















Frederick 






















Garret t 






















Harford 






















Howard 






















Kent 






















Montgomery 










1 


5 






10 


162 


Prince George's 






















Queen Anne's 






















St. Mary's 






















Somerset 






















Talbot 






















Washington 






















Wicomico 






















Worcester 























NOTE: The above children have been classified by major handicap although cany of them have more than one handicap. 



TABLE 

22 



Personnel in Special Class Program for Handicapped Children: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 





Total 


Elementary 


High 






Teachers 












ieachers 












Teachers 








Local Unit 


Total 


and 


Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teacher 


Total 




and 


Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teacher 


Total 




and 


Thera- 


Psychol- 


Teacher 






Pr inc ipa 1 s 


pists 


ogists 


Aides 






Pr inc ipa Is 


pists 


ogists 


Aides 






Principals 


pists 


ogists 


Aides 




1,877 


1,580 


97 


14 


186 


1,317 




1 ,055.5 


84 


8.5 


169 


560 




524.5 


13 


5 . 5 


17 


Allegany 










2 


1 9 




1 7 






2 


7 




7 


" 


" 


~ 


Anne Arundel 


1 ', Q 


i Z . 








i. i 7 




98 






1 
c I 


30 




"i Q 

zy 






1 




jO 


J J 


Q 


1 
i 




1 w 




1 ~ 1 




1 


1 f\ 
iU 


T Q 
ZOO 




1 £ Q 

20 J 


3 




2 






i 70 


03 


t 


35 


228 




135 


55 


3 


35 


70 




61 


8 


1 




CslverC 


12 


11 






1 


12 




11 






1 














Carol ine 


8 


6 






2 


8 




6 






2 


" 




" 


■ 


— 


~ 


Carroll 


T 1 


1 - 

I ' 






4 


OA 




10 






4 


1 




1 








C Ar- A 1 
LcC 1 i 


ZD 


Zo 








i / 


J 


i / . :) 








c 

. 


5 










Vi> lid 1 1, c 3 


14 


13 


I 


I 


1 


12 




11 






1 


2 




2 










5 


3 






2 


4 




2 






2 


1 




1 








Frederick 


28 


16 


6 




4 


24 




13 


6 


1 


4 


4 




3 




1 




Garrect 


"> 










2 




2 




















Harford 


42 


38 


1 


1 


2 


30 


5 


27 


1 


0.5 


2 


11. 


5 


11 




0.5 




Howard 


18 


15 






3 


11 




8 






3 






7 








Kent 


12 


9 




1 


2 




5 


5 




0.5 


2 




5 






0.5 




Montgomery 


208 


149 


9 


3 


47 


148 


5 


101 




1.5 


39 


59. 


5 


48 




1.5 


6 


Prince George's 


221 


194 


8 




19 


174 




147 


8 




19 






47 








Queen Anne' s 


U 


10 






1 


11 




10 






1 














St. Mary's 


33 


18 


1 


2 


12 


27 




14 


1 


1 


11 


6 








1 


1 


Somerset 


8 


6 






2 


8 




6 






2 














Talbot 


19 


12 








6 










2 


13 




8 






5 


Washington 


38 


32 


1 




5 


24 




18 


1 




5 


14 




14 








Uicoaico 


!■ 


17 








U 




11 








6 




6 








Worcester 












5 

























TABLE 

23 



Handicapped Children Receiving Home and Hospital Instruction: State of Maryland: 1957-58 - 1966-67 



Year 






Orthopedical ly Handicapped 


Other 


Phy s ic.T 1 ly 


Handicapped 




■■ 


— 










Post - 


Other 


Congen- 




Rheu- 


Other 






Local Unit 




Mpn t A 1 1 V 


Cerebral 


Congenital 


polio- 


Orthopedic 


ital 


Plastic 


matic 


Physical 


Einot ion3 1 ly 


Fni 1 pnt" 1 p 


1 O L d 1 


IXC L ci t O cU 


Palsy 


Deformity 


myelitis 


Defect 


Heart 




Fever 


Defect 


H^nd ICLippcd 




1957-58 


1,361 


29 


48 


48 


77 


318 


25 


26 


288 


384 


94 


24 


1958-59 


1,319 


19 


40 


39 


55 


295 


36 


22 


272 


377 


136 


28 


1 qSQ-ftfl 


1 SI 7 




57 


58 


59 


363 


27 


59 


282 


410 


1 3Q 




1960-61 


1,584 


36 


44 


46 


57 


456 


37 


18 


246 


432 


177 


35 


1961-62 


1,836 


34 


48 


67 


58 


494 


29 


19 


231 


624 


210 


22 


1962-63 


1,918 


27 


45 


54 


34 


565 


25 


19 


237 


646 


242 


24 


1963-64 


2,127 


66 


51 


36 


41 


569 


40 


47 


204 


766 


282 


25 


1964-65 


2,251 


19 


49 


19 


35 


601 


29 


13 


240 


930 


292 


24 


1965-66 


2,325 


15 


52 


37 


35 


674 


17 


19 


162 


948 


340 


26 


1966-67 


2,369 


14 


57 


37 


14 


679 


15 


22 


137 


1,067 


301 


26 












BY LOCAL 


INIT, 1966-67 












Allegany 


29 


- 




2 


1 






- 


6 


9 


1 


1 


Anne Arundel 


212 


1 


1 




- 


79 


1 


1 


10 


66 


47 


6 


Baltimore City 


J 7 i 


c; 


37 


16 


3 


207 


1 




49 


177 


O J 


1 
1 


Baltimore 


227 




9 


1 


1 


69 


2 




13 


99 


31 


2 


Calvert 


9 


- 


- 


2 


- 


6 




- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


Carol ine 


7 


- 


_ 


1 


_ 


1 




- 


_ 


4 


- 


1 


Carroll 


50 


3 


3 


- 


- 


14 


1 




7 


13 


8 


1 


Con i 1 


1 ft 










6 




I 


4 


4 






Charles 


25 


_ 


- 






15 






2 


5 


3 




Dorchester 


19 


1 


— 






7 




1 


3 


6 


- 


1 


Frederick 


45 


- 


1 






23 


1 


1 


2 


13 


4 




Garrett 


16 












1 




6 


6 




£. 


1 


Harford 


93 


2 




1 


2 


15 






4 


58 


11 




Howard 


24 


1 






2 


4 








7 


10 




Kent 


7 




1 






1 








5 






Montgomery 


443 




1 


4 




71 


2 


7 


7 


283 


62 


6 


Prince George' s 


434 




3 


2 


4 


109 


5 




14 


271 


24 


2 


Queen Anne's 


15 






1 




8 






2 


4 






St. Mary's 


8 




1 




1 










3 


3 




Somerset 


2 


















2 






Talbot 


9 






1 




3 






2 




2 


1 


Washington 


59 


1 




4 




24 


1 




2 


20 


6 


1 


Wicomico 


16 






1 




8 






2 


3 


1 


1 


Worcester 


13 






1 








1 


2 


8 


1 





"•■■'Includes 159 county children in Baltimore City hospital schools. 



TABLE 

24 



Severely Handicapped Children Attending Special Schools Outside Maryland Public School System: 1957-58 - 1966-67 



Year 








Com- 








Other 




— 


Total 


Mentally 


Cerebral 


municat ive 


Vision 


Epileptic 


Brain 


Phy s ical ly 


Emot ional ly 


Local Unit 




Retarded" 


Palsied 


Disorders/ 






Damage 


Handicapped 


Handicapped 


i 7 J / — JO 


4^7 


J87 


52 


\ 




2 




s 
J 




1 7 JO— J 7 


478 


381 


38 


3 




10 




46 




1959-60 


543 


427 


45 


8 




7 


_ 


56 


_ 


1960-61 


602 


478 


49 


10 


- 


1 


- 


64 


- 


1961-62 


721 


531 


63 


28 


5 


8 


84 


2 


- 


1962-63 


744 


479 


63 


37 


5 


10 


138 


4 


8 


1963-64 


886 


514 


49 


36 


2 


9 


171 


7 


98 


1964-65 


1 ,088 


565 


49 


110 


3 


32 


137 


4 


188 


1965-66 


1 ,257 


580 


60 


45 


6 


14 


280 


4 


268 


1966-67 


1*376 


619 


64 


66 


6 


26 


)42 


6 


247 










BY LOCAL UNIT, 


1966-67 










Allegany 


5 


— 




— 




— 


~ 




5 


Anne Arundel 


39 


10 


o 
I 


2 




4 






21 


Baltimore City 


545 


394 


12 


2 






94 




43 


Baltimore 


109 


50 


11 


4 


- 


- 


24 


- 


20 


Calvert 


1 


1 


- 


- 




- 


— 


- 


- 




2 






1 










X 


Car rol 1 


2 








1 




1 






Cecil 


7 


_ 


_ 


1 




_ 




_ 


6 


Charles 


7 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Dorchester 


J 


1 


















5 










1 


\ 




3 


Garrett 




















Harford 


6 


2 


1 


3 












Howard 


11 


2 


5 








3 


1 




Kent 


3 


2 














1 


Montgomery 


436 


98 


29 


27 


3 


18 


161 


2 


98 


Prince George's 


170 


37 


4 


25 




1 


55 


2 


46 


Queen Anne ' s 


1 










1 








St. Mary's 


4 


1 




1 






1 


1 




Somerset 


1 












1 






Talbot 


3 


2 






1 










Washington 


2 


1 










1 






Wicomico 


11 


11 
















Worcester 


3 








1 


1 






1 



•■■In each case these children had additional mental and/or physical handicaps, 
■/includes aphasia, strephosymbolia, and hearing and speech defects. 



TABLE 

25 



Program for Education of Maryland Preschool Handicapped Children Financed with State Funds: 1966-67 



Number of Pupils L'v School Ji:d ■m-.c i ^ a- 





Grand 


Maryland Public Schools 


Nonpublic Schools 


Local Unit 








Commu- 








Commu- 




Total 


Total 


Mentally 


Ortho- 


nicat ive 


Total 


Mentally 


Ortho- 


nicat ive 








Retarded 


pedic 


Diseases 




Ret arded 


pedic 


Diseases 


Total State 


325 


67 


31 


8 


28 




3 2 


56 


109 


Allegany 


- 


















Anne Arundel 


36 


29 


23 




6 




1 


1 


5 


Baltimore City 


58 


30 


- 


8 


22 


•■•28 


7 


14 


4 


Baltimore 


49 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 




6 


10 


29 


Calvert 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


Caroline 


- 












I 




I 


Carroll 




















Cecil 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 




















Garrett 




















Harford 


2 










2 






2 


Howard 


8 










•>8 


1 


3 


1 


Kent 




















Montgomery 


115 










•■•115 


12 


13 


46 


Prince George's 


48 










48 


5 


14 


22 


Queen Anne ' s 




















St. Mary's 




















Somerset 




















Talbot 




















Washington 


8 


8 


8 














W i c om i c o 




















Worcester 





















••^Includes children with other handicaps as follows: Brain Damage - Baltimore City, 2; Baltimore. 2; Montgomery, 37; Prince George's, 1; 



Emotionally Handicapped - Baltimore City, 1; Baltimore, 2; Howard, 3; Montgomery, 7; Prince George's, 6; Total, 61. 



TABLE 

26 



Speech and Hearing Therapy Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 







To 1 3 1 Number of Pupils 




Local Unit 


Total Number 




Received 




of Therapists 


Screened* 


Therapy 


Total State 


240 


93 , 280 


21 , 910 


Allegany 








Anne Arundel 


17 


3 , 123 


1 ,591 


Baltimore City 


42 


13,524 


4,179 


Baltimore 


51 


8,875 


4,085 


Calvert 


1 


11/. 
114 


67 


Caroline 


1 


270 


109 


Carroll 


*} 
i. 


03/ 


O £ 1 


Cecil 








Charles 


1 


597 


118 


Dorchester 


1 


510 


173 


Frederick 


7 


1,521 


590 


Garret t 








Harford 


2 


838 


216 


Howard 








Kent 








Montgomery 


41 


21,067 


3,815 


Prince George's 


59 


39,742 


5,731 


Queen Anne' s 


10 


414 


235 


St. Mary's 


1 


168 


82 


Somerset 








Talbot 


1 


87 


55 


Washington 


3 


1,773 


490 


Wicomico 








Worcester 


/ 




11 



*Speech disorders are identified by the following methods: Teacher referral; clinic or agency referral; and grade screening - Preschool, 
Grades K-12, Special Classes and new students. 
^Therapy services by Health Department. 



TABLE 

27 



Total Number of Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 

State Summary 





Grand 


Stutter- 


Cleft 


Voice 


Delayed 


Articu- 




Cerebral 




Organizat ion 


Total 


ing 


Palate 


Problem 


Language 


lation 


Hearing 


Palsy 


Other 


All pupils 


21,910 


1,476 


208 


274 


1,830 


16,657 


528 


177 


760 


Preschool and 




















kindergarten 


927 


19 


9 


3 


220 


442 


18 


12 


204 


Primary grades 




















(1, 2, 3) 


11,124 


449 


84 


110 


1,001 


9,119 


190 


28 


143 


Intermediate grades 




















(4, 5, 6) 


5,558 


493 


56 


86 


109 


4,621 


104 


7 


82 


High School 


2,329 


399 


46 


50 


21 


1 ,630 


114 


14 


55 


Special Classes 


1,972 


116 


13 


25 


479 


845 


102 


116 


276 



TABLE 

28 



Total Number of Pupils Who Received Therapyr Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Stutter- 
ing 


Cleft 
Palate 


Voice 
Problem 


Delayed 
Language 


Art icu- 
1 at ion 


Hear ing 


Cerebral 
Palsy 


Other 


Total State 


21 , 910 


1,476 


208 


274 


1 , 830 


16,657 


528 


177 


760 


Allegany 


~ 


- 




— 




- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1 ,591 


101 


2'i 


10 


136 


1 , 247 


52 


10 


12 


Baltimore City 


4,179 


506 


37 


54 


226 


3,221 


56 


42 


37 


Bait imore 


4,085 


269 


43 


59 


304 


3,225 


115 


24 


46 


Calvert 


67 


2 


— 


— 


1 


63 


- 


1 


- 


Caroline 


109 


12 


1 


1 


10 


82 


1 


2 


- 


Carroll 


363 


1 


1 


7 


15 


308 


3 


1 


27 


Cecil 




















Charles 


118 


6 


1 


1 


18 


83 


1 


1 


7 


Dorchester 


173 


5 


— 


2 


12 


153 


1 


- 


*• 


Frederick 


590 


15 


4 


9 


37 


505 


12 


6 


2 


Garret t 




















Harford 


216 


6 


3 


1 




203 


1 




2 


Howard 




















Kent 




















Montgomery 


3,815 


197 


29 


63 


423 


2,840 


133 


35 


95 


Prince George's 


5,731 


318 


61 


50 


609 


3,984 


134 


53 


522 


Queen Anne's 


235 










235 








St. Mary's 


82 


11 


2 


3 


7 


51 


2 


1 


5 


Somerset 




















Talbot 


55 










55 








Washington 


490 


27 


3 


14 


30 


399 


11 


1 


5 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 


11 








2 


3 


6 







TABLE 

29 



Number of Preschool and Kindergarten Pupils Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 





Grand 


Stutter- 


Cleft 


Voice 


De layed 


Articu- 




Cerebral 




Local Unit 


Total 


ing 


Palate 


Problem 


Language 


lation 


Hearing 


Palsy 


Other 


lotai btate 


/ 


1 Q 


Q 

y 


1 




/. /. 






1 A/. 


Allegany 




















Anne Arundel 




















Baltimore City 


65 


4 


1 


_ 


23 


22 


2 


8 


5 


Baltimore 


28 


- 


- 


- 


23 


5 


- 


- 


- 


La i vert 




















Caroline 


9 














9 




Carrol 1 




















Cecil 


_ 


_ 






_ 


_ 


_ 






Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 




















Frederick 




















Garrett 




















Harford 




















Howard 




















Kent 




















Montgomery 


433 


14 


3 


3 


119 


281 


7 


1 


5 


Prince George's 


393 


1 


5 




53 


130 


9 


1 


194 


Queen Anne' s 




















St. Mary's 




















Somerset 




















Talbot 




















Washington 


4 










4 








Wicomico 




















Worcester 


2 








2 











TABLE 

30 



Number of Pupils in Primary Grades* Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 





Grand 


Stutter- 


Cleft 


Voice 


Delayed 


Articu- 




Cerebral 




Local Unit 


Total 


i ne 


Palate 


Problem 


La nguage 


lat ion 


Hear ing 


Palsy 


Other 


Total State 


11,124 


449 


84 


110 


1,001 


9, 119 


190 


28 


143 


Al legany 




















Anne Arundel 


1,023 


50 


12 


8 


114 


804 


25 


1 


9 


Baltimore City 


1,884 


117 


17 


13 


151 


1,540 


19 


15 


12 


Baltimore 


2,243 


90 


15 


28 


183 


1 ,872 


42 


3 


10 


Calvert 


50 


2 






1 


47 








Caroline 


50 


3 


1 




7 


39 








Carroll 


237 


1 




4 


12 


202 


1 


1 


16 


Cecil 






- 














Charles 


91 


6 


1 


1 


18 


56 


1 


1 


7 


Dorchester 


141 






2 


12 


127 








Frederick 


407 


7 


2 


4 


16 


370 


6 


2 




Garrett 




- 














_ 


Harford 


108 


1 


2 


1 




104 








Howard 




















Kent 




















Montgomery 


1,772 


59 


9 


22 


143 


1,480 


42 


4 


13 


Prince George's 


2,612 


95 


22 


11 


313 


2,055 


44 




72 


Queen Anne's 


90 










90 








St. Mary's 


46 


6 


2 


3 


6 


25 


2 




2 


Somerset 




















Talbot 


34 










34 








Washington 


332 


12 


1 


13 


25 


272 


6 


1 


2 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 


4 










2 


2 







*Grades 1, 2, and 3 



TABLE 

31 



Number of Pupils in Intermediate Grades* Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 





Grand 


Stutter- 


Cleft 


Voice 


Delayed 


Art icu- 




Cerebral 




J-jUi.cJX Ulli-L 


Total 


ing 


Palate 


Proh 1 pm 




1 a t ion 


Vi p ^ T" 1 no 




Other 




5 , 358 


493 


56 


86 


109 


4,621 


104 


7 


82 


All pp ;5 nv 




















Anne Arundel 


464 


48 


11 


2 


11 


380 


9 




3 


Baltimore City 


1,157 


180 


8 


17 


5 


928 


10 


3 


6 


Baltimore 


1,089 


92 


8 


21 


22 


921 


18 


2 


5 


Calvert 


9 










9 








P;iT"nl inp 


53 


8 




1 


3 


40 


1 






Carroll 


105 




1 


3 




90 


2 




9 


Cecil 




- 






- 






- 




Charles 


27 




- 


- 


- 


27 




- 


- 


rii^T'pHpQf'PT" 


30 


4 








25 


1 






FrpHpfi pW 


165 


8 


2 


5 


14 


130 


5 




1 


Garrett 
















- 




Harford 


96 


5 








88 


1 




2 


Howard 




















Kent 




















Montgomery 


869 


49 


8 


22 


27 


729 


21 


1 


12 


Prince George's 


1,254 


85 


16 


14 


J 3 


1,040 


33 


1 


42 


Queen Anne ' s 


72 










72 








St. Mary's 


23 


2 








21 








Somerset 




















Talbot 


17 










17 








Washington 


125 


12 


2 


1 


4 


103 


1 




2 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 


3 










1 


2 







■'Grades 4, 5, and 6 



TABLE 

32 



Number of Pupils in High School" Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 





Grand 


Stutter- 


Cleft 


Voice 


Delayed 


Articu- 




Cerebral 




Local Unit 


Total 


ing 


Palate 


Problem 


Language 


lation 


Hearing 


Palsy 


Other 


Total State 


2,329 


J99 


46 


50 


21 


1 ,630 


114 


14 


55 


Allegany 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 
















- 




DaiLiiuoie uiLy 






Q 


Q 


9 


JOO 


Q 
O 




J 


Baltimore 


397 


74 


14 


5 


1 


270 


24 


3 


6 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


1 


Cecil 




















Charles 


_ 




_ 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Dorchester 


2 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Garrett 




















Harford 




















Howard 




















Kent 




















Montgomery 


398 


64 


7 


13 


10 


257 


36 


5 


6 


Prince George's 


931 


129 


16 


23 


8 


668 


42 


6 


39 


Queen Anne ' s 


57 










57 








St. Mary's 




















Somerset 




















Talbot 




















Washington 


11 


3 








6 


2 






Wicomico 




















Worcester 


2 












2 







"Grades 7-12 



TABLE 

33 



Number of Pupils in Special Classes Who Received Therapy: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 





Grand 


Stutter- 


Cleft 


Voice 


Delayed 


Articu- 




Cerebral 




Local Unit 


Total 


ing 


Palate 


Problem 


Language 


lation 


Hearing 


Palsy 


Other 


Total State 


1,972 


116 


13 


25 


479 


845 


102 


116 


276 


Allegany 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


104 


3 






11 


63 


18 


9 


- 


Baltimore City 


C / £ 


77 




Id 


4o 


363 


17 


16 


11 


Baltimore 


328 


13 


6 


5 


75 


157 


31 


16 


25 


Calvert 


8 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


7 




1 


_ 


Caroline 


4 


1 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


17 


- 


- 


- 


3 


13 


- 


- 


1 


Cec il 




















Charles 


I 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 





I 


I 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


18 


- 


- 


- 


7 


5 


1 


4 


1 


Garrett 




















Harford 


12 




1 






11 








Howard 




















Kent 




















Montgomery 


343 


11 


2 


3 


124 


93 


27 


24 


59 


Prince George's 


541 


8 


2 


2 


212 


91 


6 


45 


175 


Queen Anne ' s 


16 










16 








St. Mary's 


13 


3 






1 


5 




1 


3 


Somerset 




















Talbot 


4 










4 








Washington 


18 








I 


14 


2 




1 


Wicomico 




















Worcester 





















TABLE 

34 



Summer School Enrollment and Number of Centers: Maryland Public Schools: 1966 



Local Unit 


Enrollment 




Number 


of Centers 




Total 


Preschool 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Preschool 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total State 


87,979 


7,684 


37,982 


42,313 


655 


196 


290 


169 


Allegany 


1,153 


234 


375 


544 


27 


7 


7 


13 


Anne Arundel 


2,889 


336 


1,268 


1 ,285 


44 


7 


29 


8 


Baltimore City 


27,140 


1,110 


12,255 


13,775 


89 


24 


41 


*24 


Baltimore 


7,467 


1,110 


2,459 


3,898 


88 


46 


27 


15 


Calvert 


546 


150 


321 


75 


9 


4 


5 


- 


Caroline 


485 


- 


372 


113 


4 


- 


2 


2 


Carroll 


2,002 


487 


775 


740 


27 


13 


9 


5 


Cecil 


797 


120 


150 


527 


10 


5 


4 


1 


Charles 


1,221 


459 


552 


210 


10 


5 




5 


Dorchester 


895 


142 


424 


329 


5 


2 


2 


1 


Frederick 


2,911 


400 


1,376 


1,135 


55 


11 


21 


23 


Garrett 


1,325 


225 


700 


400 


9 


7 




2 


Harford 


2,363 


505 


1,408 


450 


38 


11 


22 


5 


Howard 


444 


105 


78 


261 


3 




2 


1 


Kent 


423 


55 


245 


123 


4 


1 


2 


1 


Montgomery 


13,719 


411 


5,767 


7,541 


47 


10 


27 


10 


Prince George's 


13,466 


285 


5,169 


8,012 


96 


11 


50 


35 


Queen Anne' s 


706 


104 


602 




6 


3 


3 




St. Mary's 


1,158 


356 


569 


233 


16 


6 


6 


4 


Somerset 


325 


200 




125 


6 


4 




2 


Talbot 


583 


145 


290 


148 


8 


4 


4 




Washington 


4,313 


350 


1,904 


2,059 


40 


10 


21 


9 


Wicomico 


427 


165 


202 


60 


3 


1 


2 




Worces ter 


1,221 


230 


721 


270 


11 


4 


4 


3 



Baltimore City includes 3 special education centers in its secondary program. 



TABLE 

35 



Summer School Enrollment by Source of Funds and Programs: Maryland Public Schools: 1966 





Preschool 






1:^ 1 cmc 1 


t.Try 






Secc 


[idary 


local Unit 










Federal 


U>cal 






r.il 


State & 
Local 




L/jcal 






Total 


Head 
Start 


Mi- 
grant 


Other 


Local 


Total 


Catcti- 
up 


Mi - 

i^rant 


Other 


En- 

r i c li~ 
men t 


dial 


Total 


CaLch- 

"r 


Other 


Driver 
Educa- 
L ion 


Or i K i " a 1 
f c red i t ) 


Rov i ew 
(■credit) 


En- 
ri ch- 

iTien t- 


Reme- 
dial 


Total State 


7,684 


4,297 


64 


2,685 


638 


37,982 


3,968 


223 


21,851 


5,400 


6,540 


AO TIT 


1 1 

1 , 1 ^ J 


T 17 7 


8,480 


3,527 


20, 394 


4,524 


1,058 


Allegany 
Anne Arundel 
Baltimore City 
Baltimore 
Calvert 


234 
336 
1,110 
1,110 

150 


234 
248 

75 

7 5 


- 


■64 
1,110 
690 
75 


345 


375 
1,268 
12,255 
2,459 

321 


375 
160 


- 


626 

1,167 

161 


f>42 

1 , HZ J 

96 


617 
1,196 


544 
1,285 
13,775 
3,898 
75 


325 


1,778 
496 

75 


566 
1,532 
957 


32 


219 
687 
9,907 
1,698 


32 
558 
420 


295 


Caroline 

Carroll 

Cecil 

Charles 

Dorchester 


487 
120 

142 


103 
120 
459 
103 


39 


272 


112 


372 
775 
150 
552 
424 


372 
552 


163 


747 
261 


50 


28 
100 


113 
740 
527 
210 
329 


113 
292 


347 


309 
29 7 
172 
37 


11 


63 
180 
34 


21 
39 
4 


- 


Frederick 

Garrett 

Harford 

Howard 

Kent 


400 
225 
505 
105 

55 


400 
225 
324 
105 

55 






181 


1,376 

700 
1,408 
78 
245 


783 
500 

75 




200 
797 

150 


322 

78 
20 


271 
611 


1,135 
400 
450 
261 
123 


200 


90 
100 
103 


617 
100 
210 
162 

79 


10 


69 

26 
60 
23 


34 

81 
39 
21 


315 

30 


Montgomery 
Prince George's 
Queen Anne's 
St. Mary's 
Somerset 


411 
285 
104 
356 
200 


411 
285 
104 
356 
200 








3,767 
5,169 

602 
569 






1,091 
4,000 

602 

510 


1,814 
559 


2,862 
610 

59 


7,541 
8,012 

233 
125 




48 


1,719 
774 

29 
125 


2,665 
443 

137 


2 , 400 
4,890 


675 
1,588 


82 
317 

19 


Talbot 

Washington 

Wicomico 

Worcester 


145 
350 
165 

230 


65 
350 


25 


HO 

165 
205 




290 
1 ,904 
202 
721 


1,002 
149 


60 


29 
375 

661 


394 


133 

53 


148 
2,059 
60 

270 


Z2i 


40 
100 


64 
501 

60 
170 


29 
200 


15 

123 


1 ,012 





TABLE 

36 



Pupil Withdrawals* from Public Schools: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Total 










Withdrawals 


By CodeT* 












Transferred to 
Other Schools 


W5 


W6 


W7 


W8 


W9 


WIO 


WU 


W12 


W13 


W14 


Wl 


W2 


W3 & 4 


ELEMENTARY (K-6) 


Total State 


41,163 


11,520 


2,607 


24,715 


1,507 


2 


272 


42 


40 


347 


55 


1 


54 


1 


Allegany 


615 


295 


10 


288 


6 


- 


3 






12 


- 


- 


1 


- 


Anne Arundel 


T /■ flf\ 
J , t+CU 


1 1 1 Q 
i , 1 1 O 


ZD 


Z , Z J / 


Jo 




1 /. 


C 
J 


c 

J 


z9 






10 




Baltimore City 


10,018 




2,197 


6,560 


968 


_ 


194 


16 


8 


74 


_ 


1 




I 


Baltimore 


3,745 


1,250 


62 


2,301 


59 


1 


17 


4 


2 


38 


- 


- 


11 


_ 


Calvert 


189 


54 


1 


125 


3 


- 


1 


1 


- 


4 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


Caroline 


245 


42 




180 


6 




3 




1 


4 


5 




4 




Carroll 


566 


192 


2 


345 


10 


1 


1 




1 


14 










Cecil 


921 


346 


14 


547 


1 




3 




1 


7 


1 




1 




Charles 


451 


117 


3 


320 


3 




3 






4 






1 




Dorchester 


179 


36 




138 










3 


2 










Frederick 


822 


391 


6 


405 






1 




3 


15 






1 




Garrett 


172 


42 




111 


3 




2 


5 


1 


7 






1 




Harford 


1,982 


748 


13 


1,192 


10 




3 




1 


14 








1 


Howard 


514 


95 


11 


405 






1 


1 




1 










Kent 


107 


32 




72 


1 




1 




1 












Montgomery 


5,237 


1,987 


150 


3,009 


43 




4 




5 


33 






6 




Prince George's 


8,633 


3,593 


79 


4,583 


261 




14 


3 


4 


46 


40 




10 




Queen Anne ' s 


106 


19 




83 


1 




1 




1 


1 










St. Mary's 


856 


204 


22 


578 


43 










8 






1 




Somerset 


145 


31 




109 








2 




2 






1 




Talbot 


137 


44 


3 


82 






2 


1 


1 


4 










Washington 


1,151 


585 


4 


487 


47 




3 


4 


2 


10 


8 




1 




Wicomico 


584 


250 


4 


303 


6 




1 






16 






4 




Worcester 


308 


49 




255 












2 


1 




1 





*Withdrawals who did not re-enter during 1966-67 the school from which they withdrew. 

/Codes: Wl - Transferred - public school in county W8 - Age 16 or over 

W2 - Transferred - nonpublic school in county W9 - Mental 

W3 & 4 - Transferred - outside county WIO - Physical 

W5 - Special case Wll - Economical 

W6 - Armed Services W12 - Marriage 

W7 - Committed to institution W13 - Death 

W14 - Suspended 



TABLE 

36 



Pupil Withdrawals* from Public Schools: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Total 










Withdrawals 


By Code'' 














Transferred to 
Other Schools 


W5 


W6 


W7 


W8 


W9 


WIO 


Wll 


W12 


W13 


W14 


Wl 


W2 


W3 & 4 


HIGH (7-12) 


Total State 


Q TOT 
, / J 


i , ^bi 


/ Q 1 


1 A 1 1 A 
10 , Z iU 


ACT 


JO / 


1 T A 
i , JOU 


11 IOC 
1 1 , lOJ 




i , 3 JO 




"TOO 


64 


22 


Allegany 


408 


84 


3 


140 


12 


8 


6 


86 




38 


1 


28 


2 




Anne Arundel 


2.270 


251 


14 


899 


52 


20 


72 


791 


8 


103 


1 


48 


4 


7 


Baltimore City 


10,826 




326 


2,974 


215 


159 


781 


5,557 


45 


543 




226 






Baltimore 


2,834 


368 


25 


1 ,004 


33 


55 


111 


973 


8 


128 


15 


104 


10 


— 


Calvert 


144 


1 


3 


46 


— 


1 


— 


7 1 




15 


~ 


5 


2 


— 


Caroline 




o 
o 




/ 2 




J 








7 




1 1 


1 


2 


Carroll 


317 


55 


2 


113 


7 


1 


5 


97 


3 


18 


3 


11 


1 


1 


Cecil 


457 


42 


2 


188 


3 




16 


173 




12 




20 




1 


Charles 


389 


32 


4 


141 




7 


15 


150 




25 




10 


5 




Dorchester 


208 


8 




65 






18 


84 


1 


18 


1 


9 


2 


2 


Frederick 


551 


115 


7 


176 


9 




20 


183 


1 


21 


5 


14 






Garrett 


101 


5 


2 


41 




2 


6 


22 




10 




11 


2 




Harford 


1,018 


141 


7 


469 


11 


5 


15 


272 


1 


47 


1 


45 


2 


2 


Howard 


356 


35 


3 


168 


2 


7 


7 


100 




27 




5 


2 




Kent 


103 


9 


1 


37 


1 




3 


42 




3 




6 


1 




Montgomery 


2,893 


666 


35 


1,305 


18 


28 


65 


552 


13 


157 


3 


42 


5 


4 


Prince George's 


4,702 


1,152 


37 


1,671 


40 


52 


136 


1,315 




216 




66 


16 


1 


Queen Anne's 


111 


3 




38 






4 


48 




10 


2 


4 


2 




St. Mary's 


324 


23 


2 


153 


1 


1 


4 


114 




11 




15 






Somerset 


144 


8 




50 


11 


1 


11 


42 




16 




3 


2 




Talbot 


138 


9 




31 


1 


5 


19 


44 




17 




10 


1 


1 


Washington 


669 


162 


7 


193 


8 


3 


20 


233 


1 


26 




15 


1 




Wicomico 


465 


70 


1 


134 


23 


7 


19 


151 


1 


41 




15 


2 


1 


Worcester 


190 


16 




102 




2 


5 


30 




27 


2 


5 


1 





*Withdrawals who did not re-enter during 1966-67 the school from which they withdrew. 

■/Codes: Wl - Transferred - public school in county W8 - Age 16 or over 

W2 - Transferred - nonpublic school in county W9 - Mental 

W3 & 4 - Transferred - outside county WIO - Physical 

W5 - Special case Wll - Economical 

W6 - Armed Services W12 - Marriage 

W7 - Committed to institution W13 - Death 

W14 - Suspended 



TABLE 

37 



Number and Percent Nonpromotions : Maryland Public Schools: Grades 1-12: June Net Roll, 1967 





Grand Total 


Elementary 


High 


Local Unit 




Not 


Not Promoted 




Not 


Not Promoted 




Not 


N'nt" Promnf"f>H 




Promoted 


Promoted 


Perc ent 


Promoted 


Promot ed 


Perc en t 


Promo t ed 


Promoted 


Per c en t 


Total State 


705,477 


39,476 


5.3 


400,612 


22,679 


5.3 


304,865 


16,797 


5.2 


Allegany 


16,069 


219 


1.3 


7,937 


119 


1.5 


8, 132 


100 


1.2 


Anne Arundel 


55,364 


2,930 


5.0 


32,313 


1,594 


4.7 


23,051 


1,336 


5.5 


ttaitimore City 


153,012 


17 ,823 


10.4 


92 ,794 


10,041 


9.8 


60,218 


7,782 


11.4 


Baltimore 


105,871 


5,579 


5.0 


56,599 


3,735 


6.2 


49,272 


1,844 


3.6 


Calvert 


4,759 


352 


6.9 


2,782 


243 


8.0 


1,977 


109 


5.2 


Caroline 


4,549 


145 


3.1 


2,459 


109 


4.2 


2,090 


36 


1.7 


Carroll 


12,843 


303 


2.3 


7,247 


238 


3.2 


5,596 


65 


1.1 


Cec i 1 


10,411 


573 


5.2 


6,046 


396 


6.1 


4,365 


177 


3.9 


Charles 


9,533 


428 


4.3 


5,703 


298 


5.0 


3,830 


130 


3.3 


Dorchester 


6,064 


263 


4.1 


3, 322 


105 


3.1 


2,742 


158 


5.4 


Frederick 


16,955 


238 


1.4 


9,402 


64 


0.7 


7,553 


174 


2.3 


Garrett 


4,828 


166 


3.3 


2,640 


145 


5.2 


2,188 


21 


0.9 


Harford 


21,912 


1,051 


4.6 


12,726 


667 


5.0 


9,186 


384 


4.0 


Howard 


11,209 


188 


1.6 


6,140 


141 


2.2 


5,069 


47 


0.9 


Kent 


3,231 


280 


8.0 


1,863 


166 


8.2 


1,368 


114 


7.7 


Montgomery 


99,558 


1,727 


1.7 


52,067 


803 


1.5 


47,491 


924 


1.9 


Prince George's 


111,741 


4,551 


3.9 


66,111 


2,139 


3.1 


45,630 


2,412 


5.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


4,086 


74 


1.8 


2,346 


9 


0.4 


1,740 


65 


3.6 


St. Mary's 


7,737 


581 


7.0 


4,698 


377 


7.4 


3,039 


204 


6.3 


Somerset 


3,944 


358 


8.3 


2,178 


236 


9.8 


1,766 


122 


6.5 


Talbot 


4,058 


361 


8.2 


2,310 


186 


7.5 


1,748 


175 


9.1 


Washington 


20,443 


413 


2.0 


11,107 


249 


2.2 


9,336 


164 


1.7 


Wicomico 


11,417 


728 


6.0 


6,586 


511 


7.2 


4,831 


217 


4.3 


Worcester 


5,883 


145 


2.4 


3,236 


108 


3.2 


2,647 


37 


1 .4 



NOTE: Policy of promotion and nonpromotion varies in the different counties. 



TABLE 

38 



Number, Percent, and Causes of Nonpromotion: Maryland County Elementary Pupils*: June Net Roll, 1967 



Local Unit 


Total 
not 

Pl-riffi/^t" C» H 
X L ULUw U C U 


Percent 
not 

PiTiTTmt" 


Number Not Promoted By Cause 


Personal 
Illness 


Irregular 

T 

Attendance 


Immaturity^ 


All Other 
Causes 


Total State 


12,638 


3.9 


104 


245 


10,968 


1 , 323 


Allegany 


119 


1.5 


5 


4 


112 






1 594 


4.7 


1 o 


A A 
'f'l 


1 C O "7 
1,02/ 


11 


Bait imore 


3!735 


6.2 


24 


lb 


o c n *} 
1 , 39 J 


1 ,092 


Calvert 


243 


8.0 


1 


6 


228 


8 


Caroline 


109 


4.2 




1 


108 




Carroll 


238 


3.2 


2 


5 


228 


3 


P an i 1 


396 


6 . 1 


2 


9 


382 


3 


Charles 


298 


5.0 


3 


24 


268 


3 


Dorchester 


105 


3.1 


4 


4 


97 




Frederick 


64 


0.7 




3 


58 


3 


Garrett 


m J 


*^ 9 


4 




140 


1 


Harford 


667 


5.0 




14 


579 


74 


Howard 


141 


2.2 


1 


7 


131 


2 


Kent 


166 


8.2 


6 


2 


102 


56 


Montgomery 


803 


1.5 


12 


19 


738 


34 


Prince George's 


2,139 


3.1 


10 


50 


2,066 


13 


Queen Anne ' s 


9 


0.4 




1 


8 




St. Mary's 


377 


7.4 


5 


12 


357 


3 


Somerset 


236 


9.8 


2 


4 


227 


3 


Talbot 


186 


7.5 


5 


1 


180 




Washington 


249 


2.2 


2 


3 


230 


14 


Wicomico 


511 


7.2 


4 


5 


502 




Worcester 


108 


3.2 




1 


107 





"■•Excludes kindergarten and pupils attending campus schools at State colleges. 
T'irregular attendance due to unfortunate home conditions, 
/immaturity - social, intellectual, emotional. 



TABLE 

39 



Number and Percent of Nonpromotions in First Grade"" : Maryland Public Schools: June Net Roll, 1967 



Local Unit 


First Grade Enrollment 




Number 


and Percent Not Promoted 




Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Number 


Percent 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


iocai state 


72,293 


37,876 


34,417 


7,436 


4,648 


2,788 


10.3 


12.3 


8.1 


Allegany 


1 ,415 


715 


700 


1 J 


48 


27 






"X Q 


Anne Arundel 


6,201 


3,219 


2,982 


89 7 


SI '1 




U.J 


1 S Q 


ivJ , J 


Baltimore City 


15,405 


8,008 


7,397 


^ , JU^ 


X , H JO 


Q9fi 


1 1 


17 Q 


19 S 


Bait imore 


10,375 


5,459 


4,916 




6fiS 




in ft 






Calvert 


508 


264 


244 


73 


43 


30 


14.4 


16.3 


12.3 


Carol ine 


436 


231 


205 






1 ft 


Q ft 


11 


7 ft 


Carroll 


1,332 


687 


645 


103 


62 


41 


7 . 7 


Q n 




Cecil 


1,261 


673 


588 




1 sn 


^C^7 






17 1 


Charles 


1,122 


577 


545 


141 


87 


54 


12.6 


15.1 


9.9 


Dorchester 


572 


313 


259 


38 


21 


17 


6.6 


6.7 


6.6 


Frederick 


1,620 


839 


781 


43 


25 


18 


2.7 


3.0 


2.3 


Garrett 


461 


252 


209 


52 


36 


16 


11.3 


14.3 


7.7 


Harford 


2,453 


1,289 


1,164 


205 


135 


70 


8.3 


10.5 


6.0 


Howard 


1,065 


593 


472 


65 


42 


23 


6.1 


7.1 


4.9 


Kent 


400 


203 


197 


4 


1 


3 


1.0 


1.0 


1.5 


Montgomery 


8,439 


4,411 


4,028 


374 


248 


126 


4.4 


5.6 


3.1 


Prince George's 


13,032 


6,862 


6,170 


1,060 


701 


359 


8.1 


10.2 


5.8 


Queen Anne' s 


460 


248 


212 














St. Mary's 


1,006 


528 


478 


183 


116 


67 


18.2 


22.0 


14.0 


Somerset 


510 


271 


239 


60 


37 


23 


11.8 


13.7 


9.6 


Talbot 


469 


271 


198 


82 


57 


25 


17.5 


21.0 


12.6 


Washington 


1,894 


983 


911 


65 


37 


28 


3.4 


3.8 


3.1 


Wicomico 


1,280 


667 


613 


174 


106 


68 


13.6 


15.9 


11.1 


Worcester 


577 


313 


264 


55 


34 


21 


9.5 


10.9 


7.9 



*Excludes pupils in first grade of campus schools at State Teachers Colleges. 



TABLE 

40 



Public High School Graduates: State of Maryland: 1957-58 - 1966-67 



Year 



High School Graduates 











Local Unit 


Total 


Boys 


Girls 


1957-58 


18,380 


8,891 


9,489 


1958-59 


20,462 


9,861 


10,601 


1959-60 


23,854 


11,560 


12,294 


1960-61 


26,923 


13,142 


13,781 


1961-62 


26,533 


13,015 


13,518 


1962-63 


28,534 


14,299 


14,235 


1963-64 


34,271 


17,049 


17,222 


1964-65 


41,331 


20,149 


21,182 


1965-66 


41,391 


20,730 


20,661 


1966-67 


41,084 


20,271 


20,813 


BY LOCAL UNIT, 1966-67 


Allegany 


1,344 


688 


656 


Anne Arundel 


3,143 


1,528 


1,615 


Baltimore City 


7,085 


3,214 


3,871 


Baltimore 


7,153 


3,611 


3,542 


Calvert 


245 


122 


123 


Caroline 


256 


132 


124 


Carroll 


788 


393 


395 


Cecil 


507 


268 


239 


Charles 


474 


220 


254 


Dorchester 


362 


179 


183 


Frederick 


1,055 


532 


523 


Garrett 


303 


165 


138 


Harford 


1,225 


603 


622 


Howard 


636 


309 


327 


Kent 


184 


92 


92 


Montgomery 


6,761 


3,407 


3,354 


Prince George's 


6,156 


3,072 


3,084 


Queen Anne's 


236 


111 


125 


St. Mary's 


405 


217 


188 


Somerset 


205 


98 


107 


Talbot 


252 


139 


113 


Washington 


1,354 


695 


659 


Wicomico 


637 


309 


328 


Worcester 


318 


167 


151 



TABLE 



41 



Follow-up of All Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 
1957-1966 Graduates in 1957-58 to 1966-67 







Continuing Education 


Staying or 
Working at 






Year of 


Total 




Degree Granting Institutions 




Gainfully 


Other'' 


Graduation 


Graduates 


Total 


Total 


In 

Maryland 


Out of State 


Other-' 


Home , 
Married 


Employed 



NUMBER 



1957 


17,122 


5,868 


4,901 


3,379 


1,522 


967 


1,476 


7,295 


2,483 


1958 


18,380 


6,822 


5,632 


4,038 


1,594 


1,190 


1,694 


7,822 


2,042 


1959 


20,462 


7,672 


6,351 


4,531 


1,820 


1,321 


1,752 


8,665 


2,373 


1960 


23,854 


9,845 


8,255 


5,894 


2,361 


1,590 


2,093 


9,581 


2,335 


1961 


26,923 


11,065 


9,245 


6,415 


2,830 


1,820 


1,920 


10,539 


3,399 


1962 


26,533 


11,281 


9,510 


6,558 


2,952 


1,771 


1,727 


10,738 


2,787 


1963 


28,534 


12,556 


10,512 


7,252 


3,260 


2,044 


1,528 


10,623 


3,827 


1964 


34,271 


15,859 


13,406 


9,264 


4,142 


2,453 


1,840 


12,996 


3,904 


1965 


41,331 


19,178 


16,352 


11,589 


4,763 


2,826 


2,056 


15,189 


4,908 


1966 


41,391 


19,117 


16,483 


11,717 


4,766 


2,634 


1,781 


16,122 


4,371 


PERCENT 


1957 


100.0 


34.3 


28.6 


19.7 


8.9 


5.7 


8.6 


42.6 


14.5 


1958 


100.0 


37.1 


30.6 


21.9 


8.7 


6.5 


9.2 


42.6 


11.1 


1959 


100.0 


37.5 


31.0 


22.1 


8.9 


6.5 


8.6 


42.3 


11.6 


1960 


100.0 


41.3 


34.6 


24.7 


9.9 


6.7 


8.8 


40.1 


9.8 


1961 


100.0 


41.1 


34.3 


23,8 


10.5 


6.8 


7.1 


39.2 


12.6 


1962 


100.0 


42.5 


35.8 


24.7 


11.1 


6.7 


6.5 


40.5 


10.5 


1963 


100.0 


44.0 


36.8 


25,4 


11.4 


7.2 


5.4 


37.2 


13.4 


1964 


100.0 


46.3 


39.1 


27.0 


12.1 


7.2 


5.4 


37.9 


11.4 


1965 


100.0 


46.4 


39.6 


28.1 


11.5 


6.8 


5.0 


36.7 


11.9 


1966 


100.0 


46.2 


39.8 


28.3 


11.5 


6.4 


4.3 


38.9 


10.6 



*Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate and nursing. 
^Working at odd jobs; occupation unknown; deceased. 



NOTE: 1964 figures do not add across. See 1964-65 Annual Report for full information. 



TABLE 



42 



Follow-up of Male Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 
1957-1966 Graduates in 1957-58 to 1966-67 





Total 
Male 


Continuing Education 


Staying or 
Working at 
Home, 

Married 






Year of 




Degree Granting Institutions 




Gainfully 
Employed 




Graduation 


Graduates 


Total 


Total 


In 

Maryland 


Out of State 


Other'^-- 


Other^ 


NUMBER 


1957 


8,368 


2,836 


2,675 


1,859 


816 


161 


269 


3,837 


1,426 


1958 


8,891 


3,325 


3,096 


2,229 


867 


229 


345 


4,108 


1,113 


1959 


9,861 


3,706 


3,466 


2,517 


949 


240 


384 


4,543 


1,228 


1960 


11,560 


4,857 


4,527 


3,303 


1,224 


330 


456 


5,019 


1,228 


1961 


13,142 


5,524 


5,171 


3,675 


1,496 


353 


357 


5,655 


1,606 


1962 


13,015 


5,629 


5,244 


3,666 


1,578 


385 


308 


5,644 


1,434 


1963 


14,299 


6,000 


5,497 


3,823 


1,674 


503 


261 


5,944 


2,094 


1964 


17,049 


7,788 


7,179 


5,083 


2,096 


609 


247 


7,075 


2,155 


1965 


20,149 


9,623 


8,920 


6,406 


2,514 


703 


202 


7,949 


2,375 


1966 


20,737 


9,978 


9,176 


6,632 


2,544 


802 


162 


8,405 


2,192 


PERCENT 


1957 


100.0 


33.9 


32.0 


22.2 


9.8 


1.9 


3.2 


45.9 


17.0 


1958 


100.0 


37.4 


34.8 


25.1 


9.7 


2.6 


3.9 


46.2 


12.5 


1959 


100.0 


37.6 


35.1 


25.5 


9.6 


2.5 


3.9 


46.1 


12.4 


1960 


100.0 


42.0 


39.2 


28.6 


10.6 


2.8 


4.0 


43.4 


10.6 


1961 


100.0 


42.0 


39.3 


28.0 


11.3 


2.7 


2.7 


43.0 


12.3 


1962 


100.0 


43.3 


40.3 


28.2 


12.1 


3.0 


2.3 


43.4 


11.0 


1963 


100.0 


42.0 


38.5 


26.8 


11.7 


3.5 


1.8 


41.6 


14.6 


1964 


100.0 


45.7 


42.1 


29.8 


12.3 


3.6 


1.4 


41.5 


12.6 


1965 


100.0 


47.7 


44.3 


31.8 


12.5 


3.4 


1.0 


39.5 


11.8 


1966 


100.0 


48.1 


44.2 


32.0 


12.2 


3.9 


0.8 


40.5 


10.6 



"Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate and nursing. 
7'Working at odd jobs; occupation unknown; deceased. 



NOTE: 1964 figures do not add across. See 1964-65 Annual Report for full information. 



TABLE 

43 



FoUow-up of Female Graduates by Number and Percent: Maryland Public High Schools: 

1957-1966 Graduates in 1957-58 to 1966-67 





Total 

Female 


Continuing Education 


Staying or 
Working at 
Home , 
Married 






Year of 




Degree Granting Institutions 




Gainfully 
Employed 




Graduation 


Graduates 


Total 


Total 


In 

Maryland 


Out of State 


Other-'- 


Other'' 



NUMBER 



1957 


8,754 


3,032 


2,226 


1,520 


706 


806 


1,207 


3,458 


1,057 


1958 


9,489 


3,497 


2,536 


1,809 


727 


961 


1,349 


3,714 


929 


1959 


10,601 


3,966 


2,885 


2,014 


871 


1,081 


1,368 


4,122 


1,145 


1960 


12,294 


4,988 


3,728 


2,591 


1,137 


1,260 


1,637 


4,562 


1,107 


1961 


13,781 


5,541 


4,074 


2,740 


1,334 


1,467 


1,563 


4,884 


1,793 


1962 


13,518 


5,652 


4,266 


2,892 


1,374 


1,386 


1,419 


5,094 


1,353 


1963 


14,235 


6,556 


5,015 


3,429 


1,586 


1,541 


1,267 


4,679 


1,733 


1964 


17,222 


8,071 


6,227 


4,181 


2,046 


1,844 


1,593 


5,921 


1,749 


1965 


21,182 


9,555 


7,432 


5,183 


2,249 


2,123 


1,854 


7,240 


2,533 


1966 


20,654 


9,139 


7,307 


5,085 


2,222 


1,832 


1,619 


7,717 


2,179 


PERCENT 


1957 


100.0 


34.6 


25.4 


17.4 


8.0 


9.2 


13.8 


39.5 


12.1 


1958 


100.0 


36.9 


26.8 


19.1 


7.7 


10. 1 


14.2 


39.1 


9.8 


1959 


100.0 


37.4 


27.2 


19.0 


8.2 


10.2 


12.9 


38.9 


10.8 


1960 


100.0 


40.6 


30.3 


21.1 


9.2 


10.3 


13.3 


37.1 


9.0 


1961 


100.0 


40.2 


29.6 


19.9 


9.7 


10.6 


11.3 


35.5 


13.0 


1962 


100.0 


41.8 


31.5 


21.4 


10.1 


10.3 


10.5 


37.7 


10.0 


1963 


100.0 


46.1 


35.3 


24.1 


11.2 


10.8 


8.9 


32.8 


12.2 


1964 


100.0 


46.9 


36.2 


24.3 


11.9 


10.7 


9.2 


34.4 


10.1 


1965 


100.0 


45.1 


35.1 


24.5 


10.6 


10.0 


8.7 


34.2 


12.0 


1966 


100.0 


44.3 


35.4 


24.6 


10.8 


8.9 


7.8 


37 .4 


10.5 



*Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate and nursing. 
/Working at odd jobs; occupation unknown; deceased. 



TABLE 

44 



Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 

1957-58, 1962-63, 1966-67 



Local Unit 


1957-58 


1962-63 


1966-67 


Total 
1957 
Graduates 


Attending 
Degree-Granting 
Institutions 


Total 
1962 
Grsdua ti6s 


Attending 
Degree-Granting 
Institutions 


Total 
1966 
GrsdudCCS 


Attending 
Degree-Granting 
Institutions 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


17,122 


4,901 


28.6 


26,533 


9,510 


35.8 


41,391 


16,483 


39.8 


Allegany 


907 


169 


18.6 


933 


223 


23.9 


1 , 353 


411 


30.4 


Anne Arundel 


1,050 


211 


20.1 


1,755 


497 


28.3 


2*888 


991 


34.3 


Baltimore City 


4,418 


1,428 


32.3 


5,625 


1,899 


33.8 


7,682 


2,370 


30.8 


Baltimore 


2,130 


3 J J 


OA f\ 

zo . u 


4,360 




JD . J 


7,322 






Calvert 


112 


25 


22.3 


162 


27 


16.7 


239 


52 


21.7 


Caroline 


184 


36 


19.6 


229 


76 


33.2 


307 


73 


23.8 


Carroll 


414 


97 


23.4 


513 


104 


20.3 


812 


179 


22.0 


Cecil 


254 


37 


14 . 6 


360 


n c 
95 


ZD .'t 


524 


I't4 


Z / . 5 


Charles 


212 


32 


15.1 


318 


58 


18.2 


448 


121 


27.0 


Dorchester 


249 


46 


18.5 


327 


87 


26.6 


412 


127 


30.8 


Frederick 


544 


106 


19.5 


662 


177 


26.7 


998 


272 


27.2 


Garrett 


232 


29 


12.5 


247 


44 


17.8 


318 


58 


18.2 


Harford 


487 


146 


30.0 


860 


314 


36.5 


1,209 


486 


40.2 


Howard 


220 


50 


22.7 


357 


109 


30.5 


680 


253 


37.2 


Kent 


111 


25 


22.5 


165 


32 


19.4 


181 


57 


31.5 


Montgomery 


1,802 


941 


52.2 


3,840 


2,318 


60.4 


6,646 


4,403 


66.2 


Prince George's 


1,911 


523 


27.4 


3,361 


1,229 


36.5 


5,901 


2,537 


43.0 


Queen Anne's 


140 


24 


17.1 


174 


42 


24.1 


207 


47 


22.7 


St. Mary's 


161 


33 


20.5 


238 


43 


18.1 


374 


89 


23.7 


Somerset 


152 


40 


26.3 


186 


48 


25.8 


278 


78 


28.0 


Talbot 


127 


31 


24.4 


197 


47 


23.9 


248 


91 


36.7 


Washington 


764 


174 


22.8 


966 


242 


25.0 


1,367 


418 


30.6 


Wicomico 


345 


105 


30.4 


487 


174 


35.7 


677 


227 


33.5 


Worcester 


196 


40 


20.4 


211 


44 


20.9 


320 


98 


30.6 



TABLE 

45 



Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Male Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 

1957-58, 1962-63, 1966-67 





1957-58 


1962-63 


1966-67 




Total 1957 


Attending 


Total 1962 


Attending 


Total 1966 


Attending 




Male 


Degree-Granting 


Male 


Degree- 


Granting 


Male 


Degree- Gran ting 


L-Ui^HL UlllU 


Graduates 


Inst itut ions 


Graduates 


Institutions 


Graduates 


Institutions 






Number 


Percent 




Number 


Percent 




Number 


Percent 


Total State 


8,368 




'\7 n 


13,015 


S 9A A 




20,737 


Q 1 7 A 


/./■ 9 


Allegany 




1 1 A 


9 T 7 


A 7 9 


i JD 


9ft ft 


Aft A 

ooo 


9 9/i 


•3 9 A 


Anne Arundel 


457 


ins 




837 


7(\7 




1 ,402 




10 7 


Baltimore City 


2,277 


828 


36.4 


2,791 


1,119 


40.1 


3,780 


1,412 


37.3 


Baltimore 


1,000 


291 


29.1 


2,142 


905 


42.3 


3,762 


1,709 


45.4 


Calvert 


52 




9fi Q 

ZD . 7 


73 


J 


, 


117 


97 


9 T 1 


Caroline 


01 




91 7 


IZ Z 








J J 


9 1 1 


Carroll 


193 


53 


21 .5 


243 


53 


21.8 


406 


92 


22.7 


Cecil 


116 


16 


13.8 


162 


38 


23.5 


262 


81 


30.9 


Charles 


93 


12 


12.9 


159 


35 


22.0 


218 


78 


35.8 


Dorchester 


126 


22 


17.5 


149 


45 


30.2 


213 


64 


30.0 


Frederick 


264 


60 


22.7 


317 


97 


30.6 


483 


155 


32.1 


Garrett 


108 


12 


11.1 


121 


30 


24.8 


165 


34 


20.6 


Harford 


238 


83 


34.9 


417 


178 


42.7 


583 


252 


43.2 


Howard 


106 


27 


25.5 


169 


51 


30.2 


350 


131 


37.4 


Kent 


62 


10 


16.1 


67 


14 


20.9 


79 


21 


26.6 


Montgomery 


875 


475 


54.3 


1,942 


1,242 


63.9 


3,272 


2,248 


68.7 


Prince George's 


911 


290 


31.8 


1,620 


651 


40.2 


3,028 


1,474 


48.7 


Queen Anne ' s 


70 


12 


17.1 


94 


25 


26.6 


110 


26 


23.6 


St. Mary's 


69 


21 


30.4 


108 


20 


18.5 


182 


48 


26.4 


Somerset 


65 


19 


29.2 


94 


29 


30.9 


141 


44 


31.2 


Talbot 


55 


14 


25.5 


94 


23 


24.5 


135 


60 


44.4 


Washington 


380 


98 


25.8 


481 


138 


28.7 


699 


240 


34.3 


Wicomico 


178 


58 


32.6 


242 


86 


35.5 


350 


119 


34.0 


Worcester 


100 


19 


19.0 


99 


22 


22.2 


171 


48 


28. 1 



TABLE 

46 



Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Female Graduates Attending Degree-Granting Institutions: 

1957-58, 1962-63, 1966-67 



Local Unit 


1957-58 


1962-63 


1966-67 


Total 1957 
Female 


Attending 
Degree- Granting 
Institutions 


Total 1962 
Female 


Attending 
Degree-Granting 
Institutions 


Total 1966 
Female 

y a fit 1 a f" o c 


At tending 
Degree-Granting 
Institutions 


Vi 1 m K o 1" 

1\ U 111 u C L 




V 1 1 TTl K O T* 


Percent 






Pcrc Gn t 


Total State 


8,754 


2,226 


25.4 


13,518 


4,264 


31.5 


20,654 


7 , 307 


35.4 


Allegany 


427 


55 


12.9 


461 


87 


18.9 


667 


187 


28.0 


Anne Arundel 


593 


106 


17.9 


918 


235 


25.6 


1,486 


435 


29.3 


Baltimore City 


2,141 


600 


28.0 


2,834 


780 


27.5 


3,902 


958 


24.6 


Baltimore 


1,130 


262 


23.2 


2,218 


676 


30.5 


3,560 


1,192 


33.5 


Calvert 


60 


11 


18.3 


89 


22 


24.7 


122 


25 


20.5 


Caroline 




14 


15.4 




34 


31.8 


164 


40 


24.4 


Carroll 


221 


44 


19.9 


270 


51 


18.9 


406 


87 


21.4 


Cecil 


138 


21 


15.2 


198 


57 


28.8 


262 


63 


24.0 


Charles 


119 


20 


16.8 


159 


23 


14.5 


230 


43 


18.7 


Dorchester 


123 


24 


19.5 


178 


42 


23.6 


199 


63 


31.6 


Frederick 


280 


46 


16.4 


345 


80 


23.2 


515 


117 


22.7 


Garrett 


124 


17 


13.7 


126 


14 


11.1 


153 


24 


15.7 


Harford 


249 


63 


25.3 


443 


136 


30.7 


626 


234 


37.4 


Howard 


114 


23 


20.2 


188 


58 


30.9 


330 


122 


36.9 


Kent 


49 


15 


30.6 


98 


18 


18.4 


102 


36 


35.3 


Montgomery 


927 


466 


50.3 


1,898 


1,076 


56.7 


3,374 


2,155 


63.9 


Prince George ' s 


1,000 


233 


23.3 


1,741 


578 


33.2 


2,873 


1 ,063 


37.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


70 


12 


17.1 


80 


17 


21.3 


97 


21 


21.6 


St. Mary's 


92 


12 


13.0 


130 


23 


17.8 


192 


41 


21.3 


Somerset 


87 


21 


24.1 


92 


19 


20.7 


137 


34 


24.8 


Talbot 


72 


17 


23.6 


103 


24 


23.3 


113 


31 


27.4 


Washington 


384 


76 


19.8 


485 


104 


21.4 


668 


178 


26.7 


Wicomico 


167 


47 


28.1 


245 


88 


35.9 


327 


108 


33.0 


Worcester 


96 


21 


21.9 


112 


> 7 


19.6 


149 


50 


33.5 



TABLE 

47 



Number and Percent of All Maryland Public High School Graduates Continuing Education: 

1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Total 
Graduates 




Number Continuin 


g Education 




Percent Continuing Education 


Total 


Degree-Granting Institutions 


Other- 


Total 


Degree-Grant ing 


Institutions 


Other--- 


Total 




Htit- rtf Q^'^^o 
VJU L OLclLc 


Tr» ^ Q 1 
1 O La i 


In Maryland 


Out of State 


Total State 


41 , 391 


19,117 


16,483 


11,717 


4,766 


2,634 


A A 9 
'+ D . Z 


39.8 


28.3 


1 1 . J 




Allegany 


1 , 353 


560 


411 


319 


92 


149 


41.4 


30.4 


23.6 


6.8 


11.0 


Anne Arundel 


2 , 888 


1 , 167 


991 


728 


263 


176 


40.4 


34.3 


25.2 


9.1 


6.1 


Baltimore City 


7,682 


2,663 


2,370 


2,014 


356 


293 


J'+ > D 


30.8 


26.2 






Baltimore 


7,322 


3,496 


2,901 


2,249 


652 


595 


LI 1 


39.6 


30.7 


ft 


1 


Calvert 


239 


74 


52 


40 


12 


22 


^.(^ Q 
jU . y 


21.7 


16.7 


J . u 


y . i. 


Caroline 


307 


98 


73 


44 


29 


25 


31.9 


23.8 


14.3 


9.5 


8.1 


Carroll 


812 


272 


179 


124 


55 


93 


33.5 


22.0 


15.2 


6.8 


11.5 


Cecil 


524 


185 


144 


75 


69 


41 




27.5 


14.3 


IT 9 




Charles 


448 


152 


121 


94 


27 


31 


J J . 7 


27.0 


21.0 


, U 


A Q 


Dorchester 


412 


160 


127 


83 


44 


33 


1U. ft 
Jo . 


30.8 


20.1 


iu . / 


O A 


Frederick 


998 


330 


272 


184 


88 


58 


33.0 


27.2 


18.4 


8.8 


5.8 


Garrett 


318 


87 


58 


31 


27 


29 


27.3 


18.2 


9.7 


8.5 


9.1 


Harford 


1,209 


553 


486 


365 


121 


67 


45.7 


40.2 


30.2 


10.0 


5.5 


Howard 


680 


288 


253 


179 


74 


35 


42.3 


37.2 


26.3 


10.9 


5.1 


Kent 


181 


72 


57 


43 


14 


15 


39.8 


31.5 


23.8 


7.7 


8.3 


Montgomery 


6,646 


4,676 


4,403 


2,593 


1,810 


273 


70.3 


66.2 


39.0 


27.2 


4.1 


Prince George's 


5,901 


2,878 


2,537 


1,833 


704 


341 


48.8 


43.0 


31.0 


12.0 


5,8 


Queen Anne's 


207 


67 


47 


24 


23 


20 


32.4 


22.7 


11.6 


11.1 


9.7 


St. Mary's 


374 


118 


89 


69 


20 


29 


31.5 


23.7 


18.4 


5.3 


7.8 


Somerset 


278 


116 


78 


66 


12 


38 


41.7 


28.0 


23.7 


4.3 


13.7 


Talbot 


248 


116 


91 


61 


30 


25 


46.8 


36.7 


24.6 


12.1 


10. 1 


Washington 


1,367 


538 


418 


292 


126 


120 


39.4 


30.6 


21.4 


9.2 


8.8 


Wicomico 


677 


292 


227 


141 


86 


65 


43.1 


33.5 


20.8 


12.7 


9.6 


Worcester 


320 


159 


98 


66 


32 


61 


49.7 


30.6 


20.6 


10.0 


19.1 



^Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate; and nursing. 



TABLE 

48 



Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Male Graduates Continuing Education: 

1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Total 
na 1 e 
Graduates 


Number Continuing Education 


Percent Continuing Education 


Total 


Degree-Granting Institutions 


Other-> 


Total 


Defi 


ree-Granting 


Institutions 


Other''' 


Total 


In Maryland 


Out of State 


Total 


In Maryland 


Out of 


State 


Total State 


OA 7 "3 "7 
ZU , / J / 


9,978 


7 , 1. / D 






802 


A ft 


1 


A A 


. C 


T7 


. u 






3 . 9 


Allegany 


Di3D 


250 


224 


178 


46 


26 


36 


4 


32 


.6 


25 


.9 


6 


.7 


3.8 


Anne Arundel 


i , 4UZ 


599 


556 


412 


144 


43 


42 


7 


39 


.7 


29 


.4 


1 n 


•J 
■ J 


3.0 


Baltimore City 


3,780 


1 ,501 


1 ,412 


1,167 


7iS 


89 


39 


7 


37 


.3 


30 


.8 


6 


.5 


2.4 


Baltimore 


3,762 


1 ,905 


1 709 


1 1S1 

I. ^ J J J 


ISA 

J JO 


196 


50 


6 


45 


.4 


36 


.0 


9 


.4 


5.2 


Laiver t 


117 


34 


77 




ft 


7 


oo 
i» 


1 

, i 


Z J 


1 

. X 


1 fi 

lo 


A 
. U 


5 


.1 


6.0 


Carol ine 


IH J 


39 


33 


18 


15 


6 


27 


3 


23 


.1 


12 


.6 


10 


.5 


4.2 


Carrol 1 




127 


Q9 


ft7 




35 


31 


3 


22 


.7 


16 


.5 


6 


.2 


8.6 


Cecil 


262 


95 


O 1 


HO 




14 


36 


2 


30 


.9 


17 


.5 


13 


.4 


5 . 3 


Charles 


218 


86 


7ft 


fin 


1 A 


8 


39 


4 


35 


.8 


27 


.5 


8 


.3 


3.6 


Dorchester 


z i J 


72 


64 


37 


27 


8 


33 


8 


30 


.0 


17 


.3 


12 


.7 


3.8 


Frederick 


/. Q 


164 


155 


107 


48 


9 


33 


9 


32 


. 1 


11 


.2 


9 


.9 


1.8 


Garrett 


165 


41 


34 


17 


17 


7 


24 


8 


20 


.6 


10 


.3 


10 


.3 


4.2 


Harford 


583 


270 


252 


187 


65 


18 


46 


3 


43 


.2 


32 


.1 


11 


.1 


3.1 


Howard 


350 


142 


131 


99 


32 


11 


40 


6 


37 


.4 


28 


.3 


9 


1 


3.2 


Kent 


79 


24 


21 


16 


5 


3 


30 


4 


26 


.6 


20 


.3 


6 


3 


3.8 


Montgomery 


3,272 


2,352 


2,248 


1,336 


912 


104 


71 


9 


68 


.7 


40 


.8 


27 


9 


3.2 


Prince George's 


3,028 


1,579 


1,474 


1,109 


365 


105 


52 


1 


48 


.7 


36 


.6 


12,1 


3.4 


Queen Anne's 


110 


35 


26 


15 


11 


9 


31 


8 


23 


.6 


13 


.6 


10 





8.2 


St. Mary's 


182 


60 


48 


38 


10 


12 


33 





26 


.4 


20 


.9 


5 


5 


6.6 


Somerset 


141 


56 


44 


35 


9 


12 


39 


7 


31 


.2 


24 


8 


6 


4 


8.5 


Talbot 


135 


68 


60 


40 


20 


8 


50 


3 


44 


.4 


29 


6 


14 


8 


5.9 


Washington 


699 


265 


240 


178 


62 


25 


37 


9 


34.3 


25 


.5 


8 


8 


3.6 


Wicomico 


350 


144 


119 


67 


52 


25 


41 


1 


34 


.0 


19 


1 


14 


9 


7.1 


Worcester 


171 


70 


48 


29 


19 


22 


40 


9 


28 


. 1 


17 





11 


1 


12.8 



*Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate; and nursing. 



TABLE 

49 



Number and Percent of Maryland Public High School Female Graduates Continuing Education: 

1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Total 
Female 
Graduates 


Number Continuing Education 


Percent Continuing Education 


Total 


Degree-Granting Institutions 


Other* 


Total 


Degree-Granting 


Institutions 


Other--- 


Total 


In Maryland 


Out of State 


Total 


In Maryland 


Out of 


State 


Total State 


20,654 


7 , i J 7 


7,307 


5,085 


2,222 


i , o JZ 


44 


3 


35 


.4 


24 


6 


10 


.8 




Allegany 


667 


310 


187 


141 


46 


123 


46 


5 


c o 


n 




1 

L 


6 


.9 


18.5 


Anne Arundel 


1 ,486 


568 


435 


316 


119 


133 


38 


2 


9 Q 


"J 




•5 
J 


8 


.0 


8.9 


Baltimore City 


3,902 


1 1 67 


958 


847 


111 




29 


8 


^4 


. 


91 


7 
1 


2 


.9 


^ 9 


Baltimore 


3,560 




1,192 


896 


296 




44 


7 


33 


.5 


25 


2 


8 


.3 


11 9 


Calvert 


122 




25 


19 


6 




32.8 


20 


.5 


15 


6 


4 


.9 


19 


Caroline 


164 


59 


40 


26 


14 


19 


36 









1 C 
LJ 


Q 

7 


8 


.5 


11.6 


Carroll 


406 


145 


87 


57 


30 


58 


35 


7 








U 


7 


.4 


14.3 


Cecil 


262 




63 


29 


34 


97 


34 


3 


24 


.0 


11 





13 


.0 


lU . J 


Charles 


230 


DO 


43 


34 


9 




28 


7 


18 


.7 


14 


8 


3 


.9 


in 

iU . u 


Dorchester 


199 


Oo 


63 


46 


17 




44 


2 


31 


.6 


23 


1 


8 


.5 


19 A 


Frederick 


515 


166 


117 


77 


40 


49 


32 


2 


22 


.7 


14 


9 


7 


.8 


9.5 




1 ST 


46 


24 


14 


10 


22 


30 


1 


15 


.7 


9 


2 


6 


.5 


14.4 


Harford 


626 


283 


234 


178 


56 


49 


45 


2 


37 


.4 


28 


4 


9 


.0 


7.8 


Howard 


330 


146 


122 


80 


42 


24 


44 


2 


36 


.9 


24 


2 


12 


.7 


7.3 


Kent 


102 


48 


36 


27 


9 


12 


47 


1 


35 


.3 


26 


5 


8 


.8 


11.8 


Montgomery 


3,374 


2,324 


2,155 


1,257 


898 


169 


68 


9 


63 


.9 


37 


3 


26 


.6 


5.0 


Prince George's 


2,873 


1,299 


1,063 


724 


339 


236 


45 


2 


37 


.0 


25 


2 


11 


.8 


8.2 


Queen Anne ' s 


97 


32 


21 


9 


12 


11 


33 





21 


.6 


9 


3 


12 


.3 


11.4 


St. Mary's 


192 


58 


41 


31 


10 


17 


30 


2 


21 


.3 


16 


1 


5 


.2 


8.9 


Somerset 


137 


60 


34 


31 


3 


26 


43 


8 


24 


.8 


22 


6 


2 


.2 


19.0 


Talbot 


113 


48 


31 


21 


10 


17 


42 


5 


27 


.4 


18 


6 


8 


.8 


15. 1 


Washington 


668 


273 


178 


114 


64 


95 


40.9 


26 


.7 


17 


1 


9 


.6 


14.2 


Wicomico 


327 


148 


108 


74 


34 


40 


45 


3 


33 


.0 


22 


6 


10 


.4 


12.3 


Worcester 


149 


89 


50 


37 


13 


39 


59 


7 


33 


.5 


24 


8 


8 


7 


26.2 



*Trade, commercial, or vocational; college-prep or postgraduate; and nursing. 



TABLE 

50 



Follow-up of All Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Total Graduates 


Number Continuing Education 


o 
fl 


(0 

U 01 

00 
0) lU 

>• ^ 

1 — 
o 
3 u 

H 


Four- Year 
Colleges 


Art, Drama, or 
Music School 


Trade, Commercial, 
or Vocational 
School 


College-prep or 
Postgraduate school 


Nursing 


Total State: Number 


41 , 391 


19,117 


4,587 


1 1 ,761 


135 


2,018 


226 


390 


Percent 




46. 1 


11.0 






H . 


U.J 


n Q 


Allegany 


1,353 


560 


161 


250 




131 


1 


17 


Anne Arundel* 


2,888 


1,167 


271 


711 


9 


132 


12 


32 


Baltimore City 


7,682 


2,663 


565 


1,774 


31 


251 


11 


31 


Baltimore* 


7,322 


3,496 


755 


2,101 


45 


423 


80 


92 


Calvert 


239 


74 


15 


36 


1 


20 




2 


Caroline 


307 


98 


18 


55 




14 


2 


9 


Carroll 


812 


272 


23 


152 


4 


74 


4 


15 


Cecil 


524 


185 


60 


83 


1 


27 


4 


10 


Charles 


448 


152 


55 


65 


1 


22 


2 


7 


Dorchester 


412 


160 


15 


112 




25 


4 


4 


Frederick 


998 


330 


79 


190 


3 


45 




13 


Garrett 


318 


87 


7 


50 


1 


21 


2 


6 


Harford 


1,209 


553 


235 


249 


2 


45 


7 


15 


Howard 


680 


288 


57 


193 


3 


21 


2 


12 


Kent 


181 


72 


5 


52 




11 




4 


Montgomery 


6,646 


4,676 


1,304 


3,086 


13 


211 


40 


22 


Prince George's 


5,901 


2,878 


690 


1,839 


8 


267 


35 


39 


Queen Anne ' s 


207 


67 


17 


28 


2 


14 


1 


5 


St. Mary's 


374 


118 


33 


55 


1 


23 


3 


3 


Somerset 


278 


116 


4 


73 


1 


30 


1 


7 


Talbot 


248 


116 


13 


77 


1 


15 


2 


8 


Washington 


1,367 


538 


170 


246 


2 


99 




21 


Wicomico 


677 


292 


24 


200 


3 


43 


10 


12 


Worcester 


320 


159 


11 


84 


3 


54 


3 


4 



■■■Breakdown includes duplicates of boys and girls studying and working as follows: Anne Arundel County, 12; Baltimore County, 115; 
Total, 127. 



TABLE 

50 



Follow-up of All Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 





Number Employed 


Other 






Service 
[ncludes 
;es ) 


and 


Agriculture, Fishing, 
or Lumbering 


Les, and 
cers 






u 


Ing & Non- 
ring-Oper- 
Laborers 


u 






00 

c 

•H 
J£ 
U 


T3 
C 

a 


Local Unit 




^ to 


1 — ■ .a, 

nj u 






> 
u 






o 
3 


(0 
3 




Total 


Protective 
Workers (] 
Armed Fore 


Profession; 
Propr ietoi 


Clerical, ; 
Kindred Wt 


Craftsmen 


Operatives 


Domestic S( 
Workers 


Manuf actur i 
manuf actui 
ators and 


Other Servi 
Workers 


Total 


Married 


Staying or 
at Home 


Miscellanec 
Unknown 


Total State: Number 


16,249 


2,809 


531 


351 


8,111 


761 


1,435 


75 


1,208 


968 


6,152 


1,076 


705 


4,371 


Percent 


39.2 


6.8 


1.3 


0.8 


19.6 


1.8 


3.5 


0.2 


2.9 


2.3 


14.9 


2.6 


1.7 


10.6 


Allegany 


553 


186 


3 


10 


149 


29 


76 


4 


43 


53 


240 


96 


116 


28 


Anne Arundel* 


1,486 


331 


17 


12 


792 


29 


153 


4 


96 


52 


247 


79 


71 


97 


Baltimore City 


2,322 


75 


199 


2 


1,421 


91 


215 


3 


53 


263 


2,697 






2,697 


Bait imore* 


3,240 


597 


118 


48 


1,741 


189 


248 


3 


173 


123 


701 


122 


80 


499 




121 


31 




15 


37 


4 


18 


4 




12 


44 


12 


30 


2 


Caroline 


171 


32 


10 


4 


47 


10 


2 


2 


60 


4 


38 


20 


15 


3 


Carroll 


463 


84 


6 


15 


144 


17 


43 


1 


136 


17 


77 


58 


11 


8 


Cecil 


273 


47 


5 


21 


92 


7 


43 


1 


36 


21 


66 


33 


26 


7 


Charles 


255 


39 




8 


119 


9 


23 


5 


21 


31 


41 


17 


6 


18 


F\rt Y~ r\ £^ C t~ ^ T* 


180 


49 


1 


8 


42 


7 


7 


1 


49 


16 


72 


21 


36 


15 


r KTcQcl i.C K 


594 


119 


6 


40 


275 


25 


41 


4 


67 


17 


74 


57 


11 


6 


Garrett 


168 


26 


1 


24 


61 


9 


2 


10 


30 


5 


63 


30 


21 


12 


Harford 


518 


111 


9 


12 


215 


15 


49 




77 


30 


138 


57 


28 


53 


Howard 


336 


63 


14 


12 


148 


15 


46 




17 


21 


56 


27 


20 


9 


Kent 


79 


22 


1 


12 


23 


1 


7 


3 


8 


2 


30 


15 


12 


3 


Montgomery 


1,589 


319 


52 


11 


891 


101 


104 


2 


15 


94 


381 


120 


45 


216 


Prince George' s 


2,310 


291 


58 


17 


1 ,371 


124 


222 


15 


88 


124 


713 


94 


40 


579 


Queen Anne ' s 


107 


16 




20 


25 


1 


1 




36 


6 


33 


15 


12 


6 


St. Mary's 


193 


47 


5 


17 


83 


2 


23 


5 


1 


10 


63 


36 


8 


19 


Somerset 


130 


24 


1 


7 


52 


1 


5 


1 


34 


5 


32 


15 


15 


2 


Talbot 


101 


30 


2 


7 


39 


4 


13 




3 


3 


31 


10 


5 


16 


Washington 


632 


152 


15 


19 


206 


41 


67 


1 


97 


34 


197 


104 


48 


45 


Wicomico 


310 


82 


8 


2 


109 


27 


10 


3 


50 


19 


75 


24 


35 


16 


Worcester 


118 


36 




8 


29 


3 


17 


1 


18 


6 


43 


14 


14 


15 



"•^Breakdown includes duplicates of boys and girls studying and working as follows: Anne Arundel County, 12; Baltimore County, 115; 
Total, 127. 



TABLE 

51 



Follow-up of Male Graduates of >'.aryland Public High Schools: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Total Male 
Graduates 


Number Continuing Education 


4-1 


Two- Year 
Col leges 


Four-Year 
Col leges 


Art , Drnm.'i , or 
Music School 


Tr.ide, Commercial, 
or Vocational 
School 




c 
s: 

'■^ 

u in 
c 

D 

a. u 
a T) 

U D 
Q- "3 

1 t: 
1* u 

3C ~ 
3J i-i 
^ CO 

— O 

D 


Nursing 


Total State: Number 


■5 A 717 
, / J / 


9 , 978 


7 ft ^7 


A 7A ft 


/ 


OjH 


147 


1 
1 


P Gr c Gn C 




48. 1 


L J . O 


ICi 1 
J\J . i 






0.7 


4 


A1 1 oo2n\7 
n 1 i. cgdiiy 


686 


250 


118 


106 




25 


1 


_ 


Anno A^iirtHol *V 


1,402 


599 


164 


385 


7 


33 


10 




Baltimore City 


3,780 


1 , 501 


342 


1,052 


18 


78 


1 \ 




Baltimore- 


3,762 




476 


1 ,206 


27 


159 




1 


L.a i ver L 


117 




8 


19 




7 






Pa Tn 1 i np 


143 


39 


9 


24 




6 


- 




Par rnl 1 


406 


127 


15 


76 


1 


32 


3 




Cecil 


262 


"J 


32 


48 


1 


10 






Charles 


218 


f<f\ 

oo 


39 


39 




6 


7 




Dorchester 


213 


77 
/ c 


7 


57 




4 








483 


164 


52 


103 




9 






Garrett 


165 


41 


6 


27 


1 


6 


1 




Harford 


583 


270 


137 


113 


2 


14 


4 




Howard 


350 


142 


25 


104 


2 


10 


1 




Kent 


79 


24 


1 


20 




3 






Montgomery 


3,272 


2,352 


776 


1,466 


6 


71 


33 




Prince George's 


3,028 


1,579 


487 


982 


5 


84 


21 




Queen Anne's 


110 


35 


8 


17 


1 


9 






St. Mary's 


182 


60 


19 


29 




9 


3 




Somerset 


141 


56 


3 


40 


1 


12 






Talbot 


135 


68 


6 


53 


1 


8 






Washington 


699 


265 


107 


132 


1 


25 






Wicomico 


350 


144 


12 


106 


1 


15 


10 




Worcester 


171 








1 




3 





"'■Breakdown Includes duplicates of boys studying and working as follows: Anne Arundel, 10; Baltimore County, 79; Total, 89. 
/Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

51 



Follow-up of Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 





Number Employed 


Other 


Local Unit 


Total 


Protective Service 
Workers (Includes 
Armed Forces) 


Professional and 
Proprietors 


Agriculture, Fishing, 
or Lumbering 


Clerical, Sales, and 
Kindred Workers 


Craftsmen 


Operatives 


Domestic Service 
Workers 


Manufacturing & Non- 
manufacturing-Oper- 
ators and Laborers 


Other Service 
Workers 


Total 


Staying or Working 
at Home 


Miscellaneous and 
Unknown 


Total State: Number 


8,494 


2 , 743 


357 


341 


1,779 


7 38 


1,279 


4 


898 


355 


2 , 354 


162 


7 1 Q7 


Percent 


41 


1 ^ 7 


1 7 


1 fi 


o . u 


'< ft 

J . o 


o > ^ 


4 

T 


L 1 

H » J 


1 7 


1 1 L 
11.'+ 




iU . 


All egany 


373 


177 


3 


10 


47 


29 


71 


1 


23 


12 


63 


46 


17 


Anne Arundel" 


771 


322 


11 


12 


166 


29 


137 




73 


21 


42 


5 


37 


Baltimore City 


1,021 


73 


130 


2 


399 


88 


189 


1 


35 


104 


1,258 




1,258 


Baltimore* 


1,655 


588 


90 


43 


342 


177 


220 




140 


55 


281 


9 


272 




73 


31 




15 


3 


4 


17 






3 


10 


9 


1 


Caroline 


101 


31 


10 


4 


5 


9 


2 




40 




3 


2 


1 


Carroll 


272 


84 


6 


15 


16 


17 


33 




96 


5 


7 


3 


4 


Cecil 


157 


45 


4 


20 


11 


7 


36 




28 


6 


10 


4 


6 


Charles 


122 


38 




7 


15 


9 


20 




18 


15 


10 




10 


T^rt ^ r*i ^ ^ 


116 


48 




8 


12 


7 


7 




29 


5 


25 


15 


10 


r rcucr ic k 


312 


115 


4 


39 


48 


25 


34 




42 


5 


7 


2 


5 


Garrett 


108 


26 


1 


24 


17 


9 


2 




28 


1 


16 


6 


10 


Harford 


286 


107 


6 


12 


27 


15 


46 




59 


14 


27 


6 


21 


Howard 


199 


63 


10 


12 


30 


15 


45 




15 


9 


9 


5 


4 


Kent 


52 


22 




12 


5 


1 


7 




5 




3 


1 


2 


Montgomery 


790 


315 


34 


11 


196 


98 


101 




12 


23 


130 


12 


118 


Prince George's 


1,074 


281 


32 


17 


300 


124 


196 


1 


75 


48 


375 


9 


366 


Queen Anne's 


68 


16 




20 


2 


1 


1 




28 




7 


6 


1 


St. Mary's 


110 


46 


5 


17 


17 


2 


19 






4 


12 


3 


9 


Somerset 


82 


24 


1 


7 


24 


1 


1 




23 


1 


3 


3 




Talbot 


62 


30 




7 


8 


3 


11 




1 


2 


5 




5 


Washington 


411 


151 


7 


17 


62 


39 


57 




68 


10 


23 


9 


14 


Wicomico 


192 


75 


3 


2 


24 


27 


10 


1 


42 


8 


14 


7 


7 


Worcester 


87 


35 




8 


3 


2 


17 




18 




14 




14 



•■■Breakdown includes duplicates of boys studying and working as follows: Anne Arundel, 10; Baltimore County, 79; Total, 89. 
■/Less than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

52 

Follow-up of Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Number Continuing Education 



Local Unit 


Total Female 
Graduates 


Total 


Two-Year 
Colleges 


Four-Year 
Colleges 


Art, Drama, or 
Music School 


Trade, Commercial, 
or Vocational 
School 


College-prep or 
Postgraduate School 


Nursing 




20,654 


9,139 


1,735 


5,513 


59 


1,364 


79 


389 




- 


44.2 


8.4 


26.7 


0.3 


6.6 


0.4 


1.9 


Allegany 


667 


310 


43 


144 




106 




17 


Anne Arundel* 


1,486 


568 


107 


326 


2 


99 


2 


32 


Ralfimnre Citv 


3,902 


1,162 


223 


722 


13 


173 




31 


Tlal f" 'i mrty oi( 
Da i. L J.U1IJ £, c 


3,560 


1,591 


279 


895 


18 


264 


44 


91 


VCL U 


122 


40 


7 


17 


1 


13 




2 


Caroline 


164 


59 


9 


31 




8 


2 


9 


Carroll 


406 


145 


8 


76 


3 


42 


1 


15 


VjCC 1 L 


262 


90 


28 


35 




17 




10 


\j Ha L 1- c o 


230 


66 


16 


26 


1 


16 




7 


t/orcncs c cx^ 


199 


88 


8 


55 




21 




4 


Frederick 


515 


166 


27 


87 


3 


36 




13 


Garrett 


153 


46 


1 


23 




15 


1 


6 


Harford 


626 


283 


98 


136 




31 


3 


15 


Howard 


330 


146 


32 


89 


1 


11 


1 


12 


Kent 


102 


48 


4 


32 




8 




4 


Montgomery 


3,374 


2,324 


528 


1,620 


7 


140 


7 


22 


Prince George's 


2,873 


1,299 


203 


857 


3 


183 


14 


39 


Queen Anne's 


97 


32 


9 


11 


1 


5 


1 


5 


St. Mary's 


192 


58 


14 


26 


1 


14 




3 


Somerset 


137 


60 


1 


33 




18 


1 


7 


Talbot 


113 


48 


7 


24 




7 


2 


8 


Washington 


668 


273 


63 


114 


1 


74 




21 


Wicomico 


327 


148 


12 


94 


2 


28 




12 


Worcester 


149 


89 


8 


40 


2 


35 




4 



*Breakdown includes duplicates of girls studying and working as follows: Anne Arundel, 2; Baltimore County, 36; Total, 38. 



TABLE 

52 



Follow-up of Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 





■ ■ ■ ■ ' 

Number Employed 


Other 


Local Unit 


Total 


Protective Service 
Workers (Includes 
Armed Forces) 


Professional and 
Proprietors 


Agriculture, Fishing, 
or Lumbering 


Clerical, Sales, and 
Kindred Workers 


Craftsmen 


Operatives 


Domestic Service 
Workers 


Manufacturing & Non- 
manuf ac turing-Oper- 
ators and Laborers 


Other Service 
Workers 


Total 


Married 


Staying or Working 
at Home 


Miscellaneous and 
Unknown 


Total State: Number 


7 ,755 


66 


174 


10 


6,332 


23 


156 


71 


310 


613 


3,798 


1 ,076 


543 


2,179 


Percent 


37.5 


0.3 


0.8 


i 


30.6 


0.1 


0.8 


0.3 


1.5 


3.0 


18.4 


5.2 


2.6 


10.6 


Allegany 


180 


9 






102 




5 


3 


20 


41 


177 


96 


70 


11 


Anne Arundel* 


715 


9 


6 




626 




16 


4 


23 


31 


205 


79 


66 


60 


Dd 1. L. XIUU L c 1. L. y 


1,301 


2 


69 




1,022 


3 


26 


2 


18 


159 


1,439 






1,439 


Baltimore* 


1,585 


9 


28 


5 


1,399 


12 


28 


3 


33 


68 


420 


122 


71 


227 


Calvert 


48 








34 




1 


4 




9 


34 


12 


21 


1 


Caroline 


70 


1 






42 


1 




2 


20 


4 


35 


20 


13 


2 


Carroll 


191 








128 




10 


1 


40 


12 


70 


58 


8 


4 


Cecil 


116 


2 


1 


1 


81 




7 


1 


8 


15 


56 


33 


22 


1 


Charles 


133 


1 




1 


104 




3 


5 


3 


16 


31 


17 


6 


8 


Dorchester 


64 


1 


1 




30 






1 


20 


11 


47 


21 


21 


5 


Frederick 


282 


4 


2 


1 


227 




7 


4 


25 


12 


67 


57 


9 


1 


Garrett 


60 








44 






10 


2 


4 


47 


30 


15 


2 


Harford 


232 


4 


3 




188 




3 




18 


16 


111 


57 


22 


32 


Howard 


137 




4 




118 




1 




2 


12 


47 


27 


15 


5 


Kent 


27 




1 




18 






3 


3 


2 


27 


15 


11 


1 


Montgomery 


799 


4 


18 




695 


3 


3 


2 


3 


71 


251 


120 


33 


98 


Prince George's 


1,236 


10 


26 




1,071 




26 


14 


13 


76 


338 


94 


31 


213 


Queen Anne's 


39 








23 






2 


8 


6 


26 


15 


6 


5 


St. Mary's 


83 


1 






66 




4 


5 


1 


6 


51 


36 


5 


10 


Somerset 


48 








28 




4 


1 


11 


4 


29 


15 


12 


2 


Talbot 


39 




2 




31 


1 


2 




2 


1 


26 


10 


5 


11 


Washington 


221 


1 


8 


2 


144 


2 


10 


1 


29 


24 


174 


104 


39 


31 


Wicomico 


118 


7 


5 




85 






2 


8 


11 


61 


24 


28 


9 


Worcester 


31 


1 






26 


1 




1 




2 


29 


14 


14 


1 



■-Breakdown includes duplicates of girls studying and working as follows: Anne Arundel, 2; Baltimore County, 36; Total, 38. 
yLess than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

53 



Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 
I 



Colleges and Universities 



Local Unit 


Total All 
Maryland Colleges 


Baltimore College 
of Commerce 


Bowie State 
College 


College of Notre 
Dame of Maryland 


Columbia Union 
College 


Coppin State 
College 


Eastern College 


Frostburg State 
College 


Goucher College 


Hood College 


Johns Hopkins 
Univers ity 


Loyola College 


The Maryland 
Institute 


Maryland State 
College 


Morgan State 
College 


Mount St. Agnes 
College 


Mount St. Mary's 
College 


Peabody Institute of 
the City of Balto. 


St. John's College 


St. Joseph College 


Total State 


11,717 


36 


79 


25 


5 


109 


14 


459 


25 


28 


140 


40 


103 


140 


579 


15 


22 


31 


13 


15 


Allegany 


319 




1 






1 




137 




i 


















i 




Anne Arundel 


728 


7 


14 






1 




31 




3 


10 


1 


6 


12 


29 




1 


3 


2 


1 


Baltimore City 


2,014 


10 


3 


7 


1 


100 


8 


11 


8 


3 


48 


22 


25 


8 


397 




1 


6 


3 


1 


Bal timore 


2,249 


14 




5 




1 


5 


48 


8 


5 


32 


15 


37 


2 


30 


5 




8 


1 




Calvert 


40 


■ 








2 




2 






1 






7 


5 




1 


I 






Carol ine 


44 


2 


1 


1 








1 




1 










5 










1 


Carroll 


124 


1 




1 








16 




1 






2 








2 


2 


1 




Cecil 


75 


1 






1 






1 






2 




1 




2 




1 








Charles 


94 




3 


















1 


1 


1 


13 




1 








Dorchester 


83 




14 


1 




1 




6 






1 






15 


8 










1 


Frederick 


184 






1 








14 




2 


2 




3 


2 


2 




3 






1 


Garrett 


31 






1 








16 




1 


3 




1 








1 








Harford 


365 




1 


2 








18 




) 


2 




2 


6 


8 








1 


1 


Howard 


179 










2 




7 




1 


I 




3 


4 


10 












Kent 


43 








1 














1 




7 


3 




2 






1 


Montgomery 


2,593 




1 


3 








65 


y 


6 


13 




6 




6 




5 


6 


4 


7 


Prince George ' s 


1,833 


1 


15 


1 


2 






55 




1 


12 




4 


17 


21 






4 






Queen Anne' s 


24 




2 
















1 




2 


4 


3 




1 








St. Mary's 


69 




















1 




1 


2 


5 


1 








1 


Somerset 


66 




9 


1 








1 










1 


16 


10 












Talbot 


61 




4 






1 








1 






1 


5 


6 


1 










Washington 


292 












1 


27 






5 




2 


1 






2 








Wicomico 


141 




4 










2 






") 




2 


11 


11 


1 




1 






Worcester 


66 




7 


1 








1 










3 


13 


5 


1 


1 









TABLE 

53 



Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 





Colleges 


and Universities 


(cont 


.) 


Junior Colleges 


Local Unit 


Salisbury State 
College 


Towson State 
College 


University of 
Baltimore 


University of 
Maryland 


Washington College 


Western Maryland 
College 


U. S. Naval 
Academy 


Allegany Community 
College 


Anne Arundel 
Community College 


Baltimore Junior 
College 


Catonsville Junior 
College 


Charles County 
Community College 


Essex Community 
College 


Frederick Community 
College 


crstown Junior 
College 


Harford Junior 
College 


Montgomery Junior 
College 


Prince George's 
Coramunity College 


St. Charles College 


St. Mary's College 
of Maryland 


Villa Julie ColK.;. 


Total State 


175 


713 


460 


4,059 


59 


162 


32 


134 


219 


632 


391 


74 


224 


72 


175 


281 


1,234 


581 


1 


110 


51 


Allegany 




£. 








A 
H 






























1 
1 


Anne Arundel 


9 


46 


48 


233 


5 


16 


4 




213 


15 


7 










1 








8 




1 t'lmnrp Pi f"v 


6 


154 


172 


448 


5 


12 


4 


1 


3 


528 


9 






1 


1 


2 










6 


Baltimore 


28 


291 


224 


722 


15 


35 


5 




1 


80 


331 




224 




1 


26 








12 


38 


Calvert 


1 


3 




3 


1 


2 












7 












1 




3 




Caroline 


9 


1 




9 


1 


2 




























3 




Carroll 


3 


12 


1 


44 


1 


16 








2 


7 






1 


2 


1 








4 


3 


Cecil 


10 


8 




20 


1 






















25 








1 




Charles 




4 




15 




1 












52 
















2 




Dorchester 


9 


7 


2 


10 


2 


1 












1 



















1 


Frederick 


4 


9 




57 




7 
















66 


6 


2 


1 






1 




Garrett 








4 


1 






3 




























Harford 


5 


24 


1 


54 


3 


7 
















1 




224 


1 






1 




Howard 


1 


11 


9 


75 


2 


4 








4 


32 












2 


1 




7 


2 


Kent 


5 


4 




16 




2 




























1 




Montgomery 


8 


51 


2 


1,140 


9 


17 


5 




1 




1 


1 




3 


1 




1 ,208 


3 


1 


U 




Prince George's 


16 


43 




984 


7 


16 


10 




1 




4 


9 










22 


574 




14 




Queen Anne's 


2 


2 




4 






1 






1 




















1 




St. Mary's 




3 




22 






1 










3 
















29 




Somerset 


14 


1 




10 




3 
































Talbot 


4 


3 




29 


1 






























3 




Washington 




25 




57 


1 


6 


2 










1 






161 










1 




Wicomico 


38 


4 


1 


48 


3 


7 


















3 










3 




Worcester 


3 


5 




18 


1 


4 




























3 





TABLE 

54 



Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Colleges and Universities 



Local Unit 


Total All 
Maryland Colleges 


Baltimore College 
of Commerce 


Bowie State 
College 


Columbia Union 
College 


Coppin State 
College 


Eastern College 


Frostburg State 
College 


Johns Hopkins 
University 


Loyola College 


The Maryland 
Institute 


Maryland State 
College 


Morgan State 
College 


Mount St. Mary's 
College 


Peabody Institute of 
the City of Balto. 


St. John's College 


Salisbury State 
College 


Towson State 
College 


Total State 


6,632 


28 


30 


3 


25 


14 


164 


133 


39 


57 


78 


266 


21 


19 


4 


44 


252 


Al 1 ppjinv 


1 7fi 


































Anne Arundel 


A12 


5 


3 








5 


10 


1 


4 


7 


14 


1 


3 




2 


16 


Baltimore City 


1,167 


6 


2 


1 


24 


8 


5 


41 


21 


15 


3 


181 


1 


3 






70 


Bait imore 


1,353 


12 








5 


23 


32 


15 


21 


2 


15 




6 


1 


7 


105 


Calvert 


21 








1 




1 


1 






J 


4 


1 










Caroline 


18 


2 


1 








1 








1 


2 












Carroll 


67 


1 










8 












2 


1 


1 




5 


Cecil 


46 


1 




1 






1 


2 




I 




1 


1 






4 


3 


Charles 


60 
















1 




1 


4 


1 








2 


Dorchester 


37 


_ 


4 








2 


1 






7 


5 








2 


2 


Frederick 


107 












8 


2 






1 


1 


3 






1 


4 


Garrett 


17 












5 


3 




1 






1 










Harford 


187 












6 


2 




2 


3 


3 










9 


Howard 


99 












3 


1 




2 




6 










5 


Kent 


16 
















1 




2 


2 


1 










Montgomery 


1,336 




1 








14 


13 




3 




3 


5 


3 


2 


2 


8 


Prince George's 


1, 109 


1 


10 


1 






12 


12 




2 


11 


7 




3 




3 


12 


Queen Anne ' s 


15 














1 




1 


3 


1 


1 








2 


St. Mary's 


38 














1 






1 


3 












Somerset 


35 




1 














1 


13 


3 








7 




Talbot 


40 




3 














1 


5 


3 








4 


1 


Washington 


178 










1 


17 


5 




1 


1 




2 








7 


Wicomico 






3 










2 




1 


8 


7 








9 


1 


Worcester 


29 




2 














1 


6 


1 


1 






3 





TABLE 

54 



Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Colleges and Universities(cont . ) 



Junior Colleges 



Local Unit 


University of 
Baltimore 


University of 
Maryland 


Washington College 


Western Maryland 
College 


U. S. Naval 
Academy 


Allegany Community 
College 


Anne Arundel 
Community College 


Baltimore Junior 
College 


Catonsville 
Community College 


Charles County 
Community College 


Essex Community 
College 


Frederick Community 
College 


Hagerstown Junior 
College 


Harford Junior 
College 


Montgomery Junior 
College 


Prince George's 
Community College 


St. Charles College 


St. Mary's College 
of Maryland 


Total State 


422 


2,217 


27 


72 


32 


104 


141 


386 


256 


53 


174 


44 


114 


172 


755 


448 


1 


37 


All egany 




21 








100 


























Anne Arundel 


45 


124 


2 


8 


4 




137 


14 


4 










1 




2 






Baltimore City 


160 


280 


2 


7 


4 


1 


3 


321 


5 






1 


1 


1 










Baltimore 


201 


415 


11 


14 


5 






45 


224 




174 






18 








2 


Calvert 




2 


1 


1 












4 












1 




1 


Carol ine 




7 


1 


1 




























2 


Carroll 


1 


30 




6 








2 


3 






1 


2 


1 








3 


Cecil 




12 


1 






















18 










Charles 




12 




I 












38 


















Dorchester 


2 


10 




I 












1 


















Frederick 




37 




1 
















39 


6 


2 


1 






1 


Garrett 




3 


1 






3 


























Harford 


1 


25 




3 
















1 




131 


1 








Howard 


9 


47 


1 


3 








1 


16 












2 


1 




2 


Kent 




10 


































Montgomery 


2 


511 


3 


9 


5 










1 






1 




742 


3 


1 


2 


Prince George's 




551 


3 


5 


10 




1 




4 


5 










9 


441 




6 


Queen Anne ' s 




4 






1 






1 






















St. Mary's 




13 






I 










3 
















16 


Somerset 




8 




2 






























Talbot 




19 


1 










2 




















1 


Washington 




38 




1 


2 










1 






102 












Wicomico 


1 


26 




6 


















2 










1 


Worcester 




12 




3 































TABLE 

55 

Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Colleges and Universities 



Local Unit 


Total All 
Maryland Colleges 


Baltimore College 
of Commerce 


Bowie State 
College 


College of Notre 
Dame of Maryland 


Columbia Union 
College 


Coppin State College 


Frostburg State 
College 


Goucher College 


Hood College 


Johns Hopkins 
University 


Loyola College 


The Maryland 
Institute 


Maryland State 
College 


Morgan State 
College 


Mount St. Agnes 
College 


Mount St. Mary's 
College 


Peabody Institute of 
the City of Balto. 


St. John's College 


St. Joseph College 


Total State 


5,085 


8 


49 


25 


2 


84 


295 


25 


28 


7 


1 


46 


62 


313 


15 


1 


12 


9 


15 


Allegany 


141 




1 






1 


84 




1 


















1 




Anne Arundel 


316 


2 


11 






1 


26 




3 






2 


5 


15 








2 


1 


Baltimore City 


847 


4 


1 


7 




76 


6 


8 


3 


7 


1 


10 


5 


216 






3 


3 


1 


Baltimore 


896 


2 




5 




1 


25 


8 


5 






16 




15 


5 




2 






Calvert 


19 










1 


1 












4 


1 






1 






Caroline 


26 






1 










1 








6 


3 










1 


Carroll 


57 






1 






8 




1 






2 










1 






Cecil 


29 


























1 












Charles 


34 




3 


















I 




9 












Dorchester 


46 




10 


1 




1 


4 












8 


3 










1 


Frederick 


77 






1 






6 




2 






3 


1 


1 










1 


Garrett 


14 






1 






11 




1 






















Harford 


178 




1 








12 




2 








3 


5 








1 


1 


Howard 


80 










2 


4 




1 






I 


4 


4 












Kent 


27 








1 
















5 


1 




1 






1 


Montgomery 


1,257 






3 






51 


9 


6 






3 




3 






3 


2 


7 


Prince George's 


724 




5 


1 


1 




43 




1 






2 


6 


14 






1 






Queen Anne ' s 


9 




2 


















1 


1 


2 












St. Mary's 


'! 






















1 


1 


2 


1 








1 


Somerset 




- 


8 


1 






1 












3 


7 












Talbot 


21 




1 






1 






1 










3 


1 










Washington 


114 












10 










I 
















Wicomico 


74 




1 








2 










1 


3 


4 


1 




1 






Worcester 


37 


- 


5 


1 






1 










2 


7 


4 


1 











TABLE 

55 



Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Maryland Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 





Colleges and Universities (cont.) 


Junior Colleges 


Local Unit 


Salisbury State 
College 


Towson State 
College 


University of 
Baltimore 


University of 
Maryland 


Washington College 


Western Maryland 
College 


Allegany Community 
College 


Anne Arundel 
Community College 


Baltimore Junior 
College 


Catonsville 
Community College 


Charles County 
Community College 


Essex Community 
College 


Frederick Community 
College 


Hagerstown Junior 
College 


Harford Junior 
College 


Montgomery Junior 
College 


Prince George's 
Conununity College 


St. Mary's College 
of Maryland 


Villa Julie College 


Total State 






JO 


1 ft/. 




on 


JU 


7 Q 
/ O 


OA A 


Li J 


Zi 




ZO 


D i 


iuy 


A 7 Cl 


1 T 1 


7 3 


51 


Al legany 




2 




16 




4 


30 
























1 


Anne Arundel 


7 


30 


3 


109 


3 


8 




76 


1 


3 
















b 




Baltimore City 


6 


84 


12 


168 


3 


5 






207 


4 










1 








6 


Baltimore 


21 


186 


23 


307 


4 


21 




1 


35 


107 




50 




1 


8 






10 


38 


Calvert 


1 


3 




1 




1 










3 














2 




Caroline 


9 


1 




2 




1 
























1 




Carroll 


3 


7 




14 


1 


10 








4 
















1 


3 


Cec i 1 


6 


5 




8 






















7 






1 




Charles 




2 




3 














14 














2 




Dorchester 


7 


5 






2 


























2 


1 


Frederick 


3 


5 




20 




6 














27 














Garrett 








1 
































Harford 


5 


15 




29 


3 


4 


















93 






1 




Howard 


1 


6 




28 


1 


1 






3 


16 
















5 


2 


Kent 


5 


4 




6 




2 
























1 




Montgomery 


6 


43 




629 


6 


8 




1 




1 






I 






466 




9 




Prince George's 


13 


31 




433 


4 


11 










4 










13 


133 


8 




Queen Anne ' s 


2 


































I 




St. Mary's 




3 




9 




























13 




Somerset 


7 


1 




2 




1 




























Talbot 




2 




10 




























2 




Washington 




18 




19 


1 


5 
















59 








1 




Wicomico 


29 


3 




22 


3 


1 
















1 












Worcester 




5 




6 


1 


1 
























j 





TABLE 

56 



Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 





Total State 


Allegany jj 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cec i 1 I 


Charles 


Dorchester || 


Frederick 


4J 
U 

<u 
u 

■3 


Harford 


Howard || 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne's 


St. Mary's 


Somerset || 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico || 


Worcester 


Grand Total 


4,766 


92 


263 


356 


652 


12 


29 


55 


69 


27 


44 


88 


27 


121 


74 


14 


1,810 


704 


23 


20 


12 


30 


126 


86 


32 


Alabama 


27 


_ 


3 




2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


11 


6 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


1 


_ 


- 


Alaska 


2 


- 


1 




























1 


















Arizona 


18 






1 


3 
























10 


4 
















Arkansas 


14 






2 


3 




















1 




2 


1 








1 


2 






Cal if ornia 


73 




6 


T 


4 


1 






















40 


16 




3 






1 






Colorado 


53 


1 


I 


2 


6 






1 








5 


- 








24 


9 




1 








1 




Connecticut 


58 






5 


7 






1 










- 


1 


3 


1 


29 


5 










4 


1 


1 


Delaware 


168 




21 


11 


18 




15 


2 


24 




12 


1 


3 


6 




3 


8 


5 


13 




3 


1 


2 


15 


3 


District of Columbia 


300 


6 


9 


26 


29 


2 


3 


3 


3 


1 






- 




4 




112 


85 




1 


1 




4 


9 




Florida 


126 


2 


6 


6 


15 


1 




2 


1 


1 






- 


4 


2 




48 


27 




2 




2 


2 


2 


1 


Georgia 


66 


1 


2 


12 


4 




2 


3 








1 


- 


I 


■1 




26 


9 




1 




1 


1 






Hawaii 


4 








1 














1 










1 


1 
















Idaho 


9 




1 












1 








_ 


1 






1 


5 
















Illinois 


142 


2 


5 


12 


15 




1 




1 






1 




4 


2 




74 


21 








1 


3 






Indiana 


102 




2 


6 


8 




2 


1 








1 


1 


3 


1 


1 


56 


16 




2 








1 


1 


Iowa 


51 




4 


1 


3 


















1 


1 




31 


9 












1 




Kansas 


30 


1 


1 




1 


















2 






13 


10 










1 


1 




Kentucky 


46 


1 




1 


6 




1 


1 




1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


16 


8 








1 


1 


2 




Louisiana 


34 


1 


4 


1 


























18 


7 












1 




Maine 


17 




1 










1 












1 






10 


3 












1 




Massachusetts 


226 




9 


25 


25 






2 


1 




1 





2 


6 


1 


1 


110 


26 




1 




3 


6 


5 




Michigan 


95 


1 


4 


10 


10 


2 
















4 


2 




53 


7 










1 


1 




Minnesota 


37 








1 












1 






1 






25 


9 
















Mississippi 


13 




1 


1 


1 


















1 


2 




3 


4 
















Missouri 


50 


1 


2 


1 


8 






1 


2 










3 






25 


7 
















Montana 


5 




1 


















1 










2 


1 
















Nebraska 


18 




■> 






















1 






12 


3 

















TABLE 

56 



Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Area 


Total State 


Al legany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


(U 

o 

c 
c 

iH 

•—1 

CO 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll i 


U 

4) 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


c 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne's 


St, Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


Nevada 


2 
































1 


1 
















New Hampshire 


19 


- 


1 


2 


3 
























10 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 






- 


New Jersey 


76 




7 


7 


17 














3 




1 


1 




31 


6 










2 


1 




New Mexico 


18 




2 




1 








— 






1 










12 


2 
















New York 


291 


3 


13 


31 


57 




2 


3 


2 




1 


3 




4 


2 




125 


34 


1 






2 


5 


3 




North Carolina 


334 


1 


21 


16 


53 


3 




4 


6 


3 


2 


9 




7 


5 


I 


126 


53 


1 


1 


3 


3 


3 


6 


7 


North Dakota 


4 
































3 


1 
















Ohio 


286 


4 


14 


22 


39 






2 






1 


6 




4 


5 




134 


39 




1 


1 


2 


11 


1 




Oklahoma 


17 


1 


2 


















2 




1 




- 


4 


6 










1 






Oregon 


14 








3 








1 
1 
















9 


1 
















Pennsylvania 


607 


8 


39 


74 


131 




1 


8 


8 


3 


2 


16 




23 


8 


3 


193 


52 


2 


1 


1 


4 


21 


8 


1 


Rhode Island 


24 






1 


2 
























18 


3 
















South Carolina 


82 




5 


6 


16 






1 




3 


5 


1 


1 


5 






21 


14 


1 


2 






1 






South Dakota 


5 




1 
























1 




2 


1 
















Tennessee 


109 




5 


6 


9 


1 




2 


5 




5 


1 




3 


1 


1 


38 


23 


2 








1 


4 


2 


Texas 


65 


4 


4 


5 


4 










2 


2 


1 




3 






19 


19 












1 


1 


Utah 


24 


1 


1 


1 


2 




















1 




11 


7 
















Vermont 


23 




3 


4 


3 
























11 


2 
















Virginia 


528 


8 


36 


41 


98 


2 


2 


6 


7 


9 


7 


12 


1 


14 


9 


1 


124 


78 


3 


2 


3 


9 


27 


17 


12 


Washington 


5 








1 






1 


















1 


2 
















West Virginia 


285 


42 


17 


6 


30 






7 


6 


2 


1 


11 


17 


5 


14 


1 


65 


29 




1 






24 


4 


3 


Wisconsin 


88 


1 


1 


4 


4 






1 






1 


1 




1 






63 


10 










1 






Wyoming 


6 




1 




















1 








4 


















Out of Country 


70 


2 


4 


3 


9 






2 


1 


2 


1 


2 




3 


2 




24 


15 

















TABLE 

57 



Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Area 


Total State 


Allegany | 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore ^ 


Calvert i. 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard ■ 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne's 


St. Mary's || 


Somerset ij 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


Grand Total 




4o 


144 


243 


J JO 


D 


i D 


23 


J J 


1 Q 


2 / 


HO 


i / 




32 


c 

J 


912 




1 V 


10 


y 


ZU 


o2 


32 


1 9 


Alabama 


17 




3 


2 


I 












1 

1 












/ 


3 
















Alaska 


2 




1 




























1 


















Arizona 


10 


- 




1 


1 
























5 


3 
















Arkansas 


/ 






z 


i 
























•c 


1 
1. 








1 
1 








California 


43 




5 


2 


3 


1 






















22 


8 




1 






1 






Colorado 


34 


1 


1 




5 






1 








4 




1 






12 


7 




1 








1 




Connecticut 


36 






3 


6 






1 












1 


1 


1 


17 


2 










2 


1 


1 


Delaware 


84 




6 


10 


9 




6 


1 


12 




7 


1 


2 


2 


1 


2 


3 


1 


6 




2 


1 


2 


8 


2 


District of Columbia 


138 


4 


4 


17 


13 














1 






1 




58 


33 






1 




1 


5 




Florida 


67 


1 


3 


4 


8 


1 




1 








2 




3 


1 




21 


15 




I 




2 


2 


2 




Georgia 


46 


1 


1 


11 


2 




1 


2 












1 


1 




18 


5 




1 




1 


1 






Hawaii 


4 








I 














1 










1 


1 
















Idaho 


6 




1 






























5 
















I llinois 


76 


2 


3 


11 


8 




1 














1 






35 


13 








1 


1 






Indiana 


56 




2 


1 


6 




2 


1 












1 




1 


31 


9 




1 










1 


Iowa 


30 




3 


1 


2 


















1 


1 




17 


4 
















Kansas 


20 


1 


1 






















1 






9 


6 










1 






Kentucky 


17 








2 














1 


1 








8 


2 








1 


1 






Louisiana 


17 




1 


1 




















1 






9 


4 
















Maine 


7 




1 










1 


















3 


1 
















Massachusetts 


111 




3 


19 


11 








1 




I 


1 


1 


5 


1 




50 


8 








3 


3 


4 




Michigan 


58 


1 


2 


8 


7 


2 
















2 


1 




29 


5 












1 




Minnesota 


21 








1 












I 






1 






14 


4 
















Mississippi 


6 






1 




















I 


L 




2 


1 
















Missouri 


22 


1 


1 




4 


















3 






10 


3 
















Montana 


4 




1 


















1 










1 


1 
















Nebraska 


13 




2 




























10 


1 

















TABLE 

57 



Male Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Area 


Total State 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil II 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick || 


Garrett || 


Harford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George's || 


Queen Anne ' s 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


Nevada 


1 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


New Hampshire 


15 






2 


3 
























8 


2 
















New Jersey 


42 




4 


3 


13 














1 






1 




15 


3 










2 






New Mexico 


14 




2 




1 
























10 


1 
















New York 


149 


1 


5 


16 


30 




2 


3 


2 






2 




1 


2 




58 


17 


1 






2 


4 


3 




North Carolina 


176 




12 


10 


27 


2 




1 


4 


3 


1 


8 




2 


3 




66 


28 






1 


1 


1 


4 


2 


North Dakota 


4 
































3 


1 
















Ohio 


152 




8 


12 


26 












1 


6 




1 


3 




66 


21 




1 


1 




6 






Oklahoma 


11 




1 


















1 




1 






2 


5 










1 






Oregon 


11 








3 








1 
















6 


1 
















Pennsylvania 


346 


2 


26 


56 


68 




1 


5 


6 


2 


1 


6 




15 


4 




102 


33 


1 


1 


1 


3 


8 


4 


1 


Rhode Island 


14 






1 


1 
























10 


2 
















South Carolina 


55 




3 


6 


12 










2 


2 




1 


2 






14 


11 




2 












South Dakota 


3 




1 
























1 




1 


















Tennessee 


56 




3 


3 


5 








3 




4 


1 




1 


1 


1 


19 


10 


1 








1 


1 


2 


Texas 


44 


3 


1 


4 


2 










2 


1 






3 






12 


15 












1 




Utah 


11 








2 
























5 


4 
















Vermont 


9 




2 


2 


1 
























3 


1 
















Virginia 


260 


6 


19 


28 


50 




2 


2 


2 


6 


4 


3 


1 


7 


4 




54 


33 


2 




3 


4 


11 


11 


8 


Washington 


5 








1 






1 


















1 


2 
















West Virginia 


144 


20 


11 


5 


16 






3 


4 


2 


1 


6 


10 


5 


4 




23 


17 




1 






13 


1 


2 


Wisconsin 


36 


1 




2 


1 






1 






1 






1 






27 


2 
















Wyoming 


2 
























1 








1 


















Out of Country 


32 


1 


1 


1 


3 






1 




1 


1 


2 




1 






11 


9 

















TABLE 

58 



Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 





Total State 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline j| 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


4J 

c 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne' s 


St. Mary's 


0) 

tn 

0) 
O 


o 
.a 

1—4 

IT! 
H 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


Grand Total 


2,222 


46 


119 


111 


296 


6 


14 


30 


34 


9 


17 


40 


10 


56 


42 


9 


898 


339 


12 


10 


3 


10 


64 


34 


13 


Alabama 


10 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


1 


- 


4 


3 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


I 


_ 


_ 


Arizona 


8 








2 






















- 


5 


1 
















Arkansas 


7 








2 


















2 


1 


- 










- 


- 


2 






California 


30 




1 




1 






















- 


18 


8 




2 


- 


- 








Colorado 


19 






2 


1 














1 




1 




- 


12 


2 
















Connecticut 


22 






2 


1 




















2 


- 


12 


3 






- 


- 


2 






Delaware 


84 




15 


1 


9 




9 


1 


12 




5 




1 


4 


1 


1 


5 


4 


7 




1 


- 




7 


1 


District of Columbia 


162 


2 


5 


9 


16 


2 


3 


3 


3 


1 




1 






3 


- 


54 


52 




1 


- 


- 


3 


4 




Florida 


59 


1 


3 


2 


7 






1 


1 


1 








1 


1 


- 


27 


12 




1 


- 


- 






1 


Georgia 


20 




1 


1 


2 




1 


1 








1 






1 




8 


4 
















Idaho 


3 
















1 










1 






1 


















Illinois 


66 




2 


1 


7 








1 






1 




3 


2 




39 


8 










2 






Indiana 


46 






5 


2 














1 


1 


2 


1 




25 


7 




1 








1 




Iowa 


21 




1 




1 
























14 


5 
















Kansas 


10 








1 


















1 






4 


4 
















Kentucky 


29 


1 




1 


4 




1 


1 




1 


1 


1 




1 


1 


1 


8 


6 












1 




Louisiana 


17 


1 


3 






















1 






9 


3 
















Maine 


10 


























1 






7 


2 
















Massachusetts 


115 




6 


6 


14 






2 








1 


1 


1 




1 


60 


18 




1 






3 


1 




Michigan 


37 




2 


2 


3 


















2 


1 




24 


2 










1 






Minnesota 


16 
































11 


5 
















Mississippi 


7 




1 




1 




















1 




1 


3 
















Missouri 


28 




1 


1 


4 






1 


2 
















15 


4 
















Montana 


1 
































1 


















Nebraska 


5 


























1 






2 


2 

















TABLE 

58 



Female Graduates of Maryland Public High Schools Attending Out-of-State Colleges: 1966 Graduates in 1966-67 



Area 


Total Stnte 


Allegany | 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert || 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard || 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George' s 


Queen Anne' s || 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico || 


Worcester 


Nevada 


1 
1 
































1 
i 


















New Hampshire 


4 




1 




























2 






1 












New Jersey 


34 




3 


4 


4 














2 




1 






16 


3 












1 




New Mexico 


4 






















1 










2 


1 
















New York 


142 


2 


8 


15 


27 












1 


1 




3 






67 


17 










1 






North Carolina 


158 


1 


9 


6 


26 


1 




3 


2 




1 


1 




5 


2 


1 


60 


25 


1 


1 


2 




2 


2 


5 


Ohio 


134 


4 


6 


10 


13 






2 












3 


2 




68 


18 








2 


5 


1 




Oklahoma 


6 


1 


1 


















1 










2 


1 
















Oregon 


3 
































3 


















Pennsylvania 


261 


6 


13 


18 


63 






3 


2 


1 


1 


10 




8 


4 


3 


91 


19 


1 






1 


13 


4 




Rhode Island 


10 








1 
























8 


1 
















South Carolina 


27 




2 




4 






1 




1 


3 


1 




3 






7 


3 


1 








1 






South Dakota 


2 
































1 


1 
















Tennessee 


53 




2 


3 


4 


1 




2 


2 




1 






2 






19 


13 


1 










i 




Texas 


21 


1 


3 


1 


2 












1 


1 










7 


4 














1 


Utah 


13 


1 


1 


1 






















1 




6 


3 
















Vermont 


14 




1 


2 


2 
























8 


1 
















Virginia 


268 


2 


17 


13 


48 


2 




4 


5 


3 


3 


9 




7 


5 


1 


70 


45 


1 






5 


16 


6 


4 


West Virginia 


141 


22 


6 


1 


14 






4 


2 






5 


7 




10 


1 


42 


12 










11 


3 


1 


Wisconsin 


52 




1 


2 


3 














1 










36 


8 










1 






Wyoming 


4 




1 




























3 


















Out of Country 


38 


1 


3 


2 


6 






1 


1 


1 








2 


2 




13 


6 

















TABLE 

59 



Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 
Lnroi i — 
ment 


Engl ish 


Soc la 1 
Studies 


Sc ience 


Mathe~ 
matics 


La t i n 


French 


Spanish 


Other 
Foreign 
Lan- 
guages 


Agri- 
culture 


Total State 


332,696 


361,322 


328,001 


268,754 


260,174 


7,410 


70,401 


30,354 


■■••4,794 


4,346 


Allegany 


8,417 


11,160 


8,218 


6,425 


6,126 


366 


1,649 


570 


- 


37 


Anne Arundel 


25,401 


23,109 


23,630 


19,736 


17,060 


323 


3,862 


1,207 


231 


59 


Baltimore City 




7 1 /. ^ 




30 , I J J 


ft?*? 
JD , oZ^ 








Z , jU i 




Baltimore 


52,502 


57,133 


56,564 


43,806 


43,146 


714 


9,820 


8,124 


587 


100 


Calvert 


2,178 


2,407 


2,167 


1,890 


1,823 


104 


406 


- 


- 


67 


Caroline 


2,234 


3,247 


2,759 


1,801 


1,574 


41 


135 


63 


- 


85 


Carroll 


5,759 


6,907 


6,032 


4,856 


4,304 


37 


817 


137 


- 


272 


Cec il 




/■ 7 


H , JOZ 


J f of J 








Z J J 




7R 
/ o 


Charles 


4,131 


4,457 


3,919 


3,495 


3,017 


58 


600 




- 


210 


Dorchester 


3,036 


3,302 


3,224 


2,577 


2,416 


58 


586 


- 


- 


110 


Frederick 


7,948 


9,050 


7,748 


7 ,021 


5,877 


356 


992 


263 


- 


355 


Garrett 


2,249 


2,939 


2,333 


1 ,815 


1 , 718 




531 






137 


Harford 


10,033 


11 ,230 


10,071 


8,508 


7 ,889 


343 


1,806 


614 




279 


Howard 


5,251 


6,773 


5,160 


4,146 


3,998 


165 


1,212 


499 






Kent 


1,538 


1,563 


1,522 


1,258 


1,164 


18 


397 






137 


Montgomery 


48,624 


54,317 


43,376 


37,777 


41,267 


2,020 


17,732 


4,390 


584 


710 


Prince George' s 


49,382 


54 , 304 


47,144 


40,898 


38,629 


886 


9,925 


8,271 


1,091 


522 


Queen Anne' s 


1,870 


2,721 


1,967 


1,692 


1,192 




246 


43 




38 


St. Mary's 


3,371 


3,578 


3,219 


2,709 


2,648 


43 


251 


287 




162 


Somerset 


1,987 


2,019 


2,065 


1,741 


1,562 




571 






136 


Talbot 


2,014 


2,536 


1,898 


1,603 


1,521 


19 


346 






120 


Washington 


9,760 


12,516 


10,298 


7,783 


6,731 


552 


847 


455 




424 


Wicomico 


5,297 


6,364 


5,534 


4,453 


3,928 


228 


979 


646 




87 


Worcester 


2,787 


2,898 


2,947 


2,784 


2,193 




530 






221 


^Includes 4,557 enrolled in 


German and 237 


enrolled in 


Russ ian . 


See "Foreig 


n Language 


Enrollments ..." 


table for local unit breakdown. 



TABLE 

59 



Enrollment in Maryland Public High Schools, by Subject, Including Duplicates: Fall of 1966 





Industrial Education 


Home 
Eco- 
nomics 


Education 


Phv Q "i f* A 1 

Health 
Education 


M u s i c 


Art , 

A 1" f" Q ^ 

Crafts 


Dr iver 
Education 


Education 


Arts 


Voca- 
tional and 
Technical 


Total State 


iUZ , o JO 


9 c 7 QQ 


88,722 


130,942 


294,252 


164,090 


113,984 


14,868 


13,753 


Allegany 


1,894 


670 


2,012 


3,704 


5,561 


5,320 


3,622 


578 


415 


Anne Arundel 


6,589 


490 


6,130 


10,714 


20,408 


10,037 


11,268 


162 


600 


Baltimore City 




1 A QQQ 

1*+ ,777 


21,729 


33,434 


68,973 


42,016 


20 ,490 




6,946 


Baltimore 




1 , U / 7 


14,254 


18,136 


52,161 


33,038 


27,610 


1,225 


'858 


Calvert 






393 


1,025 


1,983 


656 


609 


110 


100 


Caroline 


666 


155 


555 


1,028 


2,076 


1,206 


1,028 


387 


- 


Carroll 


1,498 


167 


1,511 


2,757 


5,827 


4,077 


1,330 




14 


Cec il 


1 1 "^n 

1,1 JU 


7ZU 


914 


2,176 


3,669 


1 ,487 


1 ,034 


449 


457 


Charles 


7-> 


9 


1,044 


1^921 


3,155 


1^285 


'537 


84 


183 


Dorchester 


ILL. 




911 


1,422 


2,497 


2,155 


1,178 


72 


49 


Frederick 


2,402 


IIU 


2,364 


4,506 


8,459 


5,950 


3,828 


843 


129 


Garr et t 


655 


300 


ou / 




9 ORI 


1 "^9 








Harford 


2,971 


461 


1,151 


4,355 


6,725 


5,224 


4,149 


716 


328 


Howard 


1,851 


297 


1,497 


1,932 


4,898 


3,345 


2,305 




443 


Kent 


333 




438 


750 


1,332 


1,047 


644 


188 


85 


Montgomery 


11,707 


2,766 


8,406 


12,189 


39,585 


14,593 


10,562 


3,581 


1,124 


Prince George's 


16,289 


1,553 


15,469 


17,847 


41,865 


17,053 


13,452 


3,067 


947 


Queen Anne's 


25 


453 


421 


712 


1,615 


1,048 


482 


575 




St. Mary's 


869 


88 


1,273 


1,760 


2,719 


1,699 


1,562 


253 


164 


Somerset 


322 




446 


991 


1,930 


931 


473 






Talbot 


611 




519 


1,188 


1,767 


1,219 


587 


250 


550 


Washington 


2,939 


488 


2,951 


3,810 


8,595 


4,836 


3,537 


305 


285 


Wicomico 


1,579 


436 


1,474 


2,208 


4,174 


2,957 


2,037 


850 


76 


Worcester 


718 




647 


1,195 


1,995 


1,386 


522 


270 





/includes 25,175 enrolled in Vocational and 624 enrolled in Technical. See "Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical 
Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment ..." table for local unit breakdown. 



TABLE 

60 



English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



_i — 1 1 1 ■ 1 — 

Local Unit 


Total 
English 








English 










Journal isra 


Reading 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 

1 A 
lU 


Grade 
1 1 


Grade 
12 


Vocational 


I 


1 1 


Combi- 
nat ion 


Developmental 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


I 


II 


Total State 


361,322 


58,729 


59,479 


57,002 


55 , 544 


48,912 


43,464 


201 


409 


473 


2,583 


851 


734 


5,974 


3,044 


Allegany 


11,160 


1,304 


1,343 


1,513 


1 469 


1 374 


1,382 








78 


53 


16 


1 ,295 


848 


Anne Arundel 


23,109 


1,591 


4,633 


4,404 


4*096 


3^740 


3,367 








138 


32 


20 


172 




Da L L j.niu i^cf Lfi.Ly 






11., uoo 


11, O 


11,465 


9,847 


fl S7R 








320 


- 


- 






Baltimore 


57,133 


9,636 


8,973 


8,747 


8,880 


8,149 


7,273 


21 






447 


549 


58 


50 




Calvert 


2,407 


407 


413 


404 


360 


293 


258 




- 


- 


33 


- 


- 


71 


71 


Caroline 


3,247 


417 


404 


425 


JO J 


Jul 


244 






27 


28 




40 


470 


406 


Carroll 


6,907 


1,104 


1,090 


964 


967 


817 


809 








53 


16 


17 


529 








7 J 7 


O J J 


/ ou 


809 


629 


SS7 




34 




15 


- 


31 






Charles 


4,457 


780 


828 


737 


753 


573 


486 


_ 


29 


- 


- 


- 


- 


168 


_ 


Dorchester 


3,302 


592 


552 


593 


505 


370 


314 


16 


45 


70 


- 


- 


43 


55 




Frederick 


9,050 


1,409 


1,470 


1,349 


1,437 


1,156 


1,152 








86 




253 


363 


64 


Garrett 


^ , 9 jy 






TOO 

J9o 


397 


347 


Hi. 












77 


385 


47 


Harford 


11,230 


2,162 


1,930 


1,618 


1,933 


1,438 


1,346 




31 


41 


71 




48 






Howard 


6,773 


948 


947 


920 


844 


827 


559 




37 


106 


46 




53 


519 


663 


Kent 


1 ,563 


280 


297 


254 


215 


220 


170 


















Montgomery 


54,317 


8,903 


8,757 


8,385 


8,185 


7,459 


6,728 


47 


105 


134 


435 




51 


659 


349 


Prince George ' s 


54 , 304 


9,227 


9,246 


8,724 


8,345 


7,307 


6,313 








545 


169 




336 


27 


Queen Anne's 


2,721 


699 


640 


382 


180 


179 


173 


117 


128 


95 


42 






12 


14 


St. Mary's 


3,578 


644 


598 


643 


501 


551 


429 








60 










Somerset 


2,019 


416 


391 


351 


320 


293 


223 
















25 


Talbot 


2,536 


318 


366 


361 


374 


294 


264 








37 






231 


279 


Washington 


12,516 


2,256 


2,119 


1,923 


1,784 


1,551 


1,535 








100 


13 


14 


259 


120 


Wicomico 


6,364 


1,010 


1,042 


976 


866 


727 


701 








36 


19 




400 


131 


Worcester 


2,898 


565 


509 


511 


474 


410 


341 








13 




13 







NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units indicate that these local school systems develop and offer specialized variations 
of standard electives. 



TABLE 

60 



English Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Reading 


Speech 


Dramat ic s 


Creative 
Wr i t i n g 


Ex- 
pository 
Writing 


Advanced 


Engl ish 


Other 
English 


Remedial 


Cor- 
rective 


Ad- 
vanced 


Publ ic 
Speaking 


Ther- 
apy 


I 


II 


Combi- 
nation 


Compo- 
sition 

and 
Gr amma r 


Litera- 
ture 


I 


II 


Un- 
graded 


I 


II 


iotai btace 


3,962 


186 


900 


7 ,456 


152 


3,768 


195 


494 


2 , 341 


908 


639 


9 7 '^ 


J Jo 


DZ 3 


AO 




Al legany 


38 


54 


94 


43 


- 


28 




8 


32 


33 


50 




i 


1 9 
1 Z 






Anne Arundel 








234 


47 


111 




~ 


58 




268 






T 
J J 






Baltimore City 


2,433 






2 ,463 


19 


207 






121 


505 




15 






_ 


152 


Baltimore 








1 , 966 




699 


103 


280 


606 


252 


67 


- 


329 


27 


- 


21 


i.>aiverc 


82 


- 


- 




15 


- 


- 




















Carol ine 








- 


13 






- 


27 


- 


- 












C a ^ 1 
L< d L L O 1 1 


423 




89 


10 


- 








19 
















Cecil 












34 


- 










- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


12 


- 


30 


















- 


- 


24 




37 


Dorchester 


63 


30 


3 


23 






















z o 




r r cuer ick 








8 




12 






67 


16 


113 












Garrett 


134 






















38 


_ 


„ 






Harford 


40 




104 


85 


25 


98 


13 




29 








35 


70 




113 


Howard 








114 




20 






66 




52 




52 








Kent 


31 




15 


47 
























34 


Montgomery 


577 


84 


413 


133 


33 


1,526 


26 


30 


648 


33 


65 






175 




377 


Prince George's 






152 


1,944 




840 


40 


176 


533 


28 






^2 


137 


• ; 


112 


Queen Anne ' s 








12 




31 












17 










St. Mary's 


48 






43 




41 














20 








Somerset 


































Talbot 


















12 
















Washington 


61 






130 




103 






27 




24 






131 




366 


Wicomico 


20 


18 




201 




18 


13 




96 


41 




20 




16 




13 


Worcester 
























62 











NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units indicate that these local school systems develop and offer specialized variations 
of standard electives. 



TABLE 

61 



Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



T nf* a 1 Unit" 


Total 
Soc i a 1 
Studies 


History 


Geography 




Soc i;i 1 


Studies 




Civics 
Grade 
8 or 9 


History 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Combi- 
nation 


World 


United 
States 


Anc lent 

and 
Medieval 


Total State 


328,001 


12,174 


18,217 


12 ,385 


22,674 


20,243 


4,388 


24 ,033 


23,229 


22 ,534 


2 ,059 


22,273 


37,915 


52,554 


180 


Allegany 


8,218 


1 ftO 










1,068 


1 , 134 


1 ,071 


109 






1 , ^ O J 






Anne Arundel 


23,630 






- 


- 






1 ,444 








4,538 


3,853 


3,803 


_ 


Baltimore City 


7 1 , 8A4 


7,079 


6,322 


11,671 


5,518 


11,270 


- 










5,242 


5,518 


10,282 


- 


Bal timore 


56,564 


811 


- 


141 


2,316 


- 


- 


7,369 


8,603 


8,863 


1,719 




9,003 


8,327 


75 


Calvert 


2,167 


- 


313 


- 


- 


- 


90 


493 


70 






309 


351 


311 


- 


Carol ine 


2 ,759 




DO 










343 


337 






416 


? 1 'i 






Carroll 


6,032 


126 




30 


170 


161 


54 


808 


932 


647 


133 


116 


869 


855 


_ 


Cecil 


4,362 


- 


860 


- 


940 


- 


- 










804 


395 


722 


- 


Charles 


3,919 


34 


- 


- 


585 


823 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


735 


664 


592 


- 


Dorchester 


3,224 


- 


556 


66 


600 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


607 


286 


426 


- 


Frederick 


7,748 


94 


104 


91 






145 


1 , 195 


1 , 372 


1 ,247 






1 ,424 


1 ,092 




Gar re 1 1 


^ , J J J 


114 


391 




288 










1 14 

1 JH 




262 


400 


334 




Harford 


10,071 


1,449 


19 








1,085 


461 


721 


603 


24 


1 ,091 


1 ,202 


1 ,452 




Howard 


5,160 


952 










932 










919 


627 


710 




Kent 


1,522 


25 


298 




256 














258 


219 


260 




Montgomery 


43,376 


156 


655 




9.162 


7 .959 


69 


30 


38 


17 




5,620 


4,939 


9,599 




Prince George's 


47,144 


37 












9,227 


8,954 


8,631 


96 




3,591 


7,631 




Queen Anne's 


1 ,967 


25 


335 




322 


30 




204 


215 






194 


96 


258 




St. Mary's 


3,219 




599 




669 














624 


472 


565 




Somerset 


2,065 


128 


171 


34 


67 




47 


248 


195 


74 


57 


171 


257 


245 




Talbot 


1 ,898 


257 




352 








65 






30 


367 


339 


303 




Washington 


10,298 




1 ,652 




1 .781 






15 


34 


1 ,691 






616 


1 ,842 


105 


Wicomico 


5,534 


633 


877 








6V8 


415 


158 








755 


798 




Worcester 


2,947 














56J 


5Utt 


518 






481 


417 





NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units indicate that these local school systems develop and offer specialized variations of 
standard electives. 




TABLE 

61 



Social Studies Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


History 


Geography 


History 
and 
Geography 
Spec ial 
Areas 


Problems 
of 20th 
Century 


American 
Govern- 
ment 


Contem- 
porary 
Affairs 


Eco- 
nomics 


Soc i- 
ology 


Eco- 
nomics 

and 
Soci- 
ology 


Psychol- 
ogy 


Psychol- 
ogy 
and 

Soc i- 

ology 


Other 

Social 

Studies 


Modern 


Euro- 
pean 


Eco- 
nomic s 


Senior 

Hieh 
School 




1 ,403 


388 


473 


8,401 


312 


29,752 


250 




1 QIS 




7 OH 






1 in s 








153 


32 




ft4T 












HO 7 






AnnG Arundel 


- 


49 




657 




J , JH O 












/ J 






Baltimore City 


155 


16 




2 , 994 


- 


3,645 


- 


1,847 


108 


25 


_ 




_ 


152 


Baltimore 


439 


— 


— 


1 , 787 


- 


7,111 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Calvert 


— 


— 




— 




230 


























56 




243 






UH 






1 

1 jh 




■^ftQ 


PaY*T*rtl 1 
K^aL L \J ^ L 


Ill 


- 


34 


56 




498 


20 








i J J 






1 jO 


Cecil 






46 




- 


404 




_ 


20 


33 




138 


_ 




Charles 






~ 




- 


486 




- 


- 




- 




- 


- 


UULL-llCO LCI 




39 


116 






7 7 








ins 




1 1 A 


















OJJ 












/l ft 


1 Q 




Garrett 






58 






312 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 








Harford 


45 






23 




1,199 




161 


164 


136 




203 




33 


Howard 












642 






61 






287 




30 


Kent 




35 








144 






27 












Montgomery 


31 


231 




1, 161 


73 


1,560 






283 


315 


831 


42 


377 


228 


Prince George's 








1,310 


156 


6,049 












1,319 




143 


Queen Anne's 




18 








217 














53 




St. Mary's 








38 


51 


168 






33 












Somerset 






26 






238 






37 






70 






Talbot 












185 


















Washington 


622 




40 


232 




340 




343 


142 


289 




554 






Wicomico 












640 






58 






182 




120 


Worcester 








55 




318 






87 













TABLE 

62 



Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



T rtf* a 1 I In 1 ^ 


Total 
Sc ience 




General 


Science 




f 1 f^nc p— 

Vocational 


Life 

i pn p p 

Jm n 1 o]r 
High 


Physical 
Science 


Earth 
Sc ience 


Applied 

Sc ience 


O J. U LKJj^y 


1 .—. . ' 

Biology 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Combi- 
nat ion 


Junior 
High 


Senior 
High 


Total State 


268,754 


49,708 


51,304 


42,381 


549 


192 


8,386 


10 , 807 


8 , 634 


7 ,307 


503 


39,776 


2,201 


Allegany 


6,425 


401 


158 




— 


26 


895 


1,232 


283 


1 ,022 


- 


1,389 


74 


Anne Arundel 


19,736 


286 


2,320 


3,507 


477 




2 ,864 


2,630 


674 


66 


156 


3,432 




Baltimore City 


56,135 


12,408 


11,649 


10,873 








2,332 


709 






10,968 


477 


Baltimore 


43,806 


9,753 


8,920 


8,247 


- 


34 


- 




1,919 


- 


- 


5,495 


154 


Calvert 


1,890 


71 


71 








172 


coo 
3 J J 


93 


398 




279 




Caroline 


1 ,801 


414 


406 


417 


25 






- 


26 




"* 


255 




Carroll 


4 , 856 


727 


679 


638 






371 


441 


168 


193 


80 


540 


59 


Cecil 


3,845 


47 


754 


24 






903 


753 


105 


125 


20 


494 




Charles 


3,495 


801 


841 


344 


- 


- 


- 


32 


114 


307 


- 


563 


- 


Dorchester 


2,577 


593 


576 


403 






** 


186 


70 






248 


~ 


Frederick 


7 ,021 


325 


524 


381 






1 , 121 


1,024 


343 


925 




343 


303 


Garrett 


1,815 


395 


442 


239 










47 


155 




400 


13 


Harford 


8,508 


957 


1,037 


889 


24 




974 


870 


264 


657 


86 


1,537 


28 


Howard 


4,146 


714 


903 


544 






234 


36 


138 


154 




574 


57 


Kent 


1,258 


281 


301 


216 










33 


47 




186 




Montgomery 


37,777 


7,111 


7,679 


5,381 




92 


818 


367 


909 


2,142 




4,077 


693 


Prince George's 


40,898 


9,227 


8,947 


8,687 










1 ,254 




97 


5,906 


247 


Queen Anne's 


1,692 


405 


334 






40 


34 


302 


32 


127 




26 




St. Mary's 


2,709 


616 


627 


592 










116 










Somerset 


1,741 


418 


392 


356 


23 








53 






289 




Talbot 


1,603 


317 


364 


202 












151 


64 


217 




Washington 


7,783 


1,855 


1,826 












1,015 


27 




1,787 


84 


Wicomico 


4,453 


1,020 


1 ,049 


55 










195 


724 




410 


12 


Worcester 


2,784 


566 


505 


386 








69 


74 


87 




361 





TABLE 

62 



Science Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 





Biological 










Chemical 










Physical 






Sciences 


Botany , 




Advanced 


Chemical 


Education 


Chemistry 


Chemistry 






Science 




Local Unit 


Curriculum 


Horticul- 


Chemis- 


Chemis- 


Bond 


Materials 


and 


and 


Physics 


Advanced 


Study 


Other 




Study 


ture, and 


try 


try 


Approach 


Study 


Physics I 


Physics II 




Physics 


Commit tee 


Science 




f Rcrc ) 


7 nnl npv 






(CBA) 


(CHEMS ) 










( PSSC ) 




Tntal Stat"P 


14,624 


649 


17 , 901 


621 


373 


3,133 






6,079 


145 


2 ,422 


1 , 059 


All pp ;5 n V 


122 


23 


346 


19 


168 








192 




40 


35 


Annp Af iinHpl 


558 


530 


1 ,611 


51 




64 






459 


12 


39 




Baltimore City 






3^672 


264 


- 




- 


- 


2,170 


17 




596 


Baltimore 


3,378 


- 


3,857 


136 


24 


444 


- 


- 


738 


36 


644 


27 


Calvert 


100 




95 












22 






56 


Carol ine 


87 




144 












27 








Carrol 1 


388 




264 






47 






170 






91 


Cecil 


333 


- 


71 


- 


- 


117 


- 


- 




- 


99 




Charles 


192 




107 


- 


- 


76 


- 


- 


66 


- 


52 


- 




206 


52 


17 7 












58 




8 






1 ,032 




266 






233 






100 




81 


20 


Garrett 




_ 


90 


_ 


_ 






_ 


34 


_ 






Harford 


111 




630 


52 


28 








249 


12 


103 




Howard 


296 


24 


232 




62 


97 






52 




29 




Kent 


40 




82 












72 








Montgomery 


3,609 


20 


1,849 


27 


91 


1,544 






316 


25 


1,027 




Prince George's 


2,558 




2,817 


52 




141 






810 




117 


38 


Queen Anne ' s 


228 










67 








25 


33 


39 


St. Mary's 


551 




80 






59 










68 




Somerset 


27 




121 












48 




14 




Talbot 


115 




77 






35 






7 




54 




Washington 


18 




825 


20 




15 






226 


7 




78 


Wicomico 


400 




186 






194 






177 


11 




20 


Worcester 


275 




302 












86 




14 


59 



TABLE 

63 



Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 
Mathe- 
matics 


General Mathematics 


L'nivers i ty 
of Maryland 
Mathematics 
Project 
(UMMaP) 


School 
Mathematics 
Study Group 
(SMSG) 


Mathe- 
matics 
Voca- 
tional 


Algebra 


Junior High 


Senior High 


Elementary 


Inter- 
mediate 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


T 

1 


T T 
1 1 


Combi- 
nat ion 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 
or 
higher 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grades 
7 to 9 


Grades 
10 to 12 




260 174 


52,189 


47,660 


26,165 


6,988 


4,589 


3,255 


5,845 


5,997 


652 


426 


1 , 549 


4,439 


34,789 


1'+ , D 


All an V 


6 126 


1,309 


1,019 


688 


214 


60 


125 


- 


- 


- 


76 


101 


362 


582 


691 


Anno AT"iinHol 


1 7 060 


1,949 


4,025 


2,137 


633 


402 


119 


- 


321 


97 


30 


12 


332 


2,597 


1,856 


Baltimore City 


56^822 


12,372 


11,632 


5,512 


2,739 


2,747 


1,772 


- 


- 


- 






72 


7,538 




Baltimore 


43,146 


9,529 


7,988 


5,043 


1,044 


- 


- 








1 7 

i / 


298 


1,132 


5,837 




Calvert 


1 ,82 3 


436 


412 


266 


109 


90 


146 


_ 


_ 


- 






- 


159 


i Jo 


C air r\'\ 1 nf> 


1 , 574 


343 


335 


112 


- 


15 


92 


74 


68 


35 


6 




- 


164 


59 


farrnl 1 


4 , 304 


934 


996 


360 


128 


12 


- 


- 


- 


273 


- 


180 


- 


567 


204 


Cecil 


3^569 


940 


866 


448 


261 


118 


- 












- 


401 




Charles 


3,017 


571 


695 


372 


167 


77 


17 






24 7 




10 


102 


311 


? SI 




2 ,416 




^ 1 








9 9 
















1 n? 

i u / 




5,877 


997 


1,195 


762 


265 


22 


68 


313 


187 






150 


22 


685 


271 


Garrett 


1,718 


393 


440 


214 






124 














184 


57 


Harford 


7,889 


1 ,999 


1,629 


891 


103 


20 


98 










26 


211 


1,003 


831 


Howard 


3,998 


946 


887 


432 






84 












56 


514 


189 


Kent 


1,164 


281 


305 


120 


3 




50 














164 


48 


Montgomery 


41,267 


4,177 


2,636 


2,564 


606 




57 


5,175 


5,293 






256 


682 


6,154 


3,018 


Prince George ' s 


38,629 


9,366 


7,842 


3,755 


436 


827 


24 


150 


66 






336 


993 


5,319 


300 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,192 


383 


223 


78 






23 










112 


100 


35 


112 


St. Mary's 


2,648 


541 


441 


184 




71 


229 


103 


62 








95 


324 


127 


Somerset 


1,562 


417 


390 


94 


34 


23 


28 














240 


105 


Talbot 


1,521 


335 


363 


192 


32 




37 














155 


52 


Washington 


6,731 


1,821 


1,521 


935 


122 


19 


115 










68 




866 




Wicomico 


3,928 


990 


762 


466 


21 


12 


25 


30 






297 




280 


338 


347 


Worcester 


2,193 


562 


507 


275 


71 


74 
















288 


187 



NOTE: Course enrollments in only one or two local units indicate that these local school systems develop and offer specialized variations 
of standard electives. 



TABLE 

63 



Mathematics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Algebra 


Algebra 
and 
Trig- 
onometry 


Geometry 


Trigonometry and 


Calculus 


Analytic 
Geometry 

and 
Calculus 


Advanced 
Mathe- 
matics 


Appl led 
Mat he- 
mat ics 
(Con- 
sumer ) 


Other 
Mathe- 
matics 


Ad- 
vanced 


Combi- 
nation 


Plane 


Plane 

and 
Solid 


Solid 
Geometry 


Analy t ic 
Geometry 


Probabil- 
ity and 
Statistics 


Total State 


2,506 


21 


8, 175 


9,267 


18,001 


706 


2,227 


233 


1 ,263 


248 


2 , 197 


4, 188 


1 ,953 


Allegany 


23 






268 


243 


208 


33 








63 


61 




Anne Arundel 


244 


- 


567 


297 


1,045 


207 




- 




64 


67 




59 


Baltimore City 






2,895 


4 , 996 






237 




179 




1,301 


2,017 


379 


Baltimore 


646 






360 


3 ,027 




970 




223 






813 


957 


Calvert 






I 


~ 


55 












12 






Caroline 






_ 


91 


49 












28 


103 




Carroll 


- 


- 


56 


57 


379 


- 


36 


- 






76 




46 


Cecil 


3 




154 


57 


238 




- 


- 


- 


- 


83 


- 




Charles 


— 






— 


119 






4 




- 


74 






Dorchester 






60 


109 


181 












27 


36 


96 


Frederick 


141 




_ 


516 


30 


29 


123 






17 


32 




52 


Garrett 


25 




- 




121 


18 


25 




_ 






79 


38 


Harford 






267 




525 




67 


35 






98 


86 




Howard 






66 




596 




30 








42 


123 


33 


Kent 






22 


61 


46 


39 


4 










21 




Montgomery 


193 




2,015 


1,322 


6,236 








470 


38 


55 


299 


21 


Prince George's 


1,197 




1,532 


557 


4,383 


108 


591 


18 


391 


99 




97 


242 


Queen Anne ' s 


19 




12 




74 












21 






St. Mary's 






64 




192 














185 


30 


Somerset 


15 






56 




62 










34 


64 




Talbot 






122 




88 


8 










68 


69 




Washington 






343 


508 


58 






119 




30 


71 


135 




Wicomico 




21 






188 


10 


96 








45 






Worcester 








12 


128 


17 


15 


57 













TABLE 

64 



Foreign Language Enrollments: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Lat in 


French 


Total 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Combi- 
nation 


Total 


Grade 


7 


Grade 8 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


V 


Combi- 
nation 


Level 
I 


Level 
II 


Level 
I 


Level 
II 




7,410 


3,797 


2,419 


464 


^n8o 


550 


70,401 


10,565 


279 


8,806 


3, 149 


15,985 


17,440 


9,171 


4,005 


689 


312 


All 


366 


196 


151 


4 


- 


15 


1,649 


355 


- 


324 


~ 


451 


377 


99 


19 


- 


24 


Anne Arundel 


323 


221 


76 


6 




20 


3,862 




12 


269 




1 , 740 


1,203 


449 


179 


10 




Baltimore City 


1,065 


512 


299 


178 


*76 




15,865 


2,215 




3,226 


7 36 


2,970 


4,332 


1,652 


700 


34 




Baltimore 


714 


277 


242 


70 


*24 


101 


9,820 


59 


63 


1 ,629 


53 


2,118 


2,577 


2,027 


1,010 


234 


50 


t^aiverc 


104 


73 


_ 




_ 


31 


406 


120 






62 


96 


73 


46 


9 






Carol ine 


41 


- 


41 


- 


- 


- 


135 


- 


- 






- 


47 


62 


19 


7 


- 


Carroll 


37 


20 


17 








817 


34 








351 


246 


158 


28 






Cecil 


14 


9 


5 








296 










163 


80 


24 






29 


Charles 


58 


48 




10 


_ 


_ 


600 


_ 








196 


314 


76 


14 


_ 




Dorchester 


58 


46 


12 


_ 




_ 


586 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


268 


251 


67 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Freder ick 


356 


168 


119 


41 


28 




992 


38 




28 




403 


347 


104 


32 




40 


Garrett 














531 






97 




274 


146 


14 








Harford 


343 


203 


122 


18 






1,806 


258 




233 




578 


477 


203 


50 


7 




Howard 


165 


83 


34 






48 


1,212 


369 




154 


28 


196 


295 


133 


9 




28 


Kent 


18 




18 








397 


84 


16 


61 


24 


13 


98 


59 


35 


7 




Montgomery 


2,020 


982 


751 


95 


25 


167 


17,732 


3,906 


131 


2,555 


803 


2,122 


3,596 


2,770 


1,472 


356 


21 


Prince George's 


886 


496 


275 


23 




92 


9,925 


2,742 


57 


65 


1,227 


2,904 


2,017 


673 


220 




20 


Queen Anne' s 














246 










96 


72 


60 


18 






St. Mary's 


43 


20 








23 


251 










100 


97 


19 






35 


Somerset 














571 


138 




73 


67 


74 


81 


89 


35 




14 


Talbot 


19 




19 








346 










153 


133 


15 


15 




30 


Washington 


552 


304 


196 


19 


5 


28 


847 










462 


305 


45 


14 




21 


Wicomico 


228 


139 


42 




22 


25 


979 


247 




57 


149 


35 


114 


224 


119 


34 




Worcester 














530 






35 




222 


162 


103 


8 







^Includes the following: Latin V - Baltimore City, 17; Baltimore, 4. 



TABLE 

64 



Foreign Language Enrollments: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Spanish 


f Ic rinn [1 


K U S S i . 1 ! 1 


Total 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


I 


1 1 


1 1 1 


IV 


V 


Combi- 
n A 1 1 n 


Total 


I 


I I 


I I I 


IV 


Total 


I 


1 1 


Le ve 1 
I 


Level 
II 


Leve 1 
I 


Leve 1 
II 


Total State 


30,354 


1,437 




3 , 195 


266 


12,530 


9,076 


2 ,459 


876 


129 


386 


4,557 


il , 372 


1 ,442 


525 


?218 




145 


a , t>g 2 


Allegany 


570 


- 


- 


236 


130 


179 


25 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1 ,207 


- 


- 


- 


- 


724 


379 


99 


5 






231 


75 


113 


43 


~ 


~ 


~ 




Baltimore City 


A ,552 


200 


- 


797 


100 


1,715 


1 , 381 


233 


102 


24 




2 , 265 


/1, 256 


600 


342 


67 


J 6 


36 




Baltimore 


8, 124 






1 , 153 


36 


2 ,414 


2 , 561 


1 ,274 


554 


91 


41 


439 


175 


150 


83 


731 


148 


74 


^74 


Calvert 








































Caroline 


63 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19 


JO 


14 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Carroll 


137 


- 


- 


- 


- 


90 


47 


~ 


















- 


- 




Cecil 


233 








- 


121 


68 


27 


■ 




1 7 


















Charles 














■ 


























Dorchester 








































Frederick 


263 










160 


82 


21 
























Garrett 








































Harford 


614 










270 


294 


44 


6 






















Howard 


499 






44 




291 


118 


35 






U 


















Kent 








































Montgomery 


4,390 










2,599 


1,429 


156 


19 




187 


579 


280 


206 


28 


65 


5 




5 


Prince George's 


8,271 


1,237 




947 




3,349 


2, 108 


394 


135 




101 


1 ,043 


586 


373 


29 


755 


48 


35 


bl3 


Queen Anne ' s 


43 










43 




























St. Mary's 


287 










172 


89 


11 


3 




12 


















Somerset 








































Talbot 








































Washington 


455 






18 




2 34 


136 


28 


22 




17 


















Wicomico 


646 










169 


359 


118 
























Worcester 









































/Includes the following: German Grade 7, Level I - 360; Grade 8, Level I - 284; Grade 8, Level II - 203. 
fincludes the following: German Combination - Baltimore, 19; Prince George's, 55. 
^Includes 32 in Russian Combination. 
''Includes 9 in Russian III. 



TABLE 

65 



Agriculture Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 
Agr icul — 
ture 


General 
Agriculture 


Orna- 
menta 1 
Horti- 
culture 


Other 
Agricul- 
ture 


Vocational Agriculture 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


1 


II 


III 


IV 


I & II 
Combi- 
nation 


III & IV 
Combi- 
nation 


Other 
Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


4 , 346 


94 


55 


387 


"747 


760 


709 


493 


409 


89 


493 


110 


Allegany 


37 












19 




18 








Anne Arundel 


59 










41 


8 








10 




Baltimore City 




_ 


_ 





_ 






_ 




_ 






Baltimore 


100 


_ 


_ 


- 


13 


23 


37 


27 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Calvert 


/ 





_ 






9 


26 


32 


_ 




_ 





Caroline 


O C 
00 












41 


23 


21 








Carroll 


O "7 O 








J / 


35 


31 


44 


38 


18 


69 




Cecil 


78 










42 


9 








27 




Charles 


210 






12 


7 


38 


42 


50 


61 








Dorchester 


110 


- 


- 






38 


27 


14 


11 


- 


20 


- 


Frederick 


355 








80 


40 


56 


30 


29 


26 


94 




Garrett 


137 










39 


31 


32 


35 








Harford 


279 




16 


41 




117 


40 


21 


22 




22 




Howard 


























Kent 


137 










19 


32 


42 


22 




22 




Montgomery 


710 


94 






*533 


19 




15 


12 


23 




14 


Prince George's 


522 






2 34 




46 


55 


17 


23 




51 


96 


Queen Anne's 


38 






38 


















St. Mary's 


162 










41 


46 


39 


36 








Somerset 


136 




39 






30 


25 


14 


13 




15 




Talbot 


120 










19 


32 


9 


11 




49 




Washington 


424 






39 


77 


97 


102 


44 


37 




28 




Wicomico 


87 










28 


15 








44 




Worcester 


221 






23 




39 


35 


40 


20 


22 


42 





"Includes the following: Agriculture Horticulture I - 400; Agriculture Horticulture II - 90; Animal Science - 43. 



TABLE 

66 



Home Economics Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 
Home 
Eco- 
nomics 




General Home Economics 


Vocational Home Economics 


Other 
Home 
Eco- 
nomics 


Grade 
7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


Combi- 
nation 


Senior 
Program 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Combi- 
nat ion 




88,722 


18,410 


26,000 


18,991 


9,663 


4,943 


3,080 


2,511 


1,195 


336 


315 


242 


232 


598 


7 7r»A 


All ooorwT 




JO 


7 17 
/ i / 


Do I 


zo 






on t 
ZUo 




V i 




J 


55 


OCA 




AnnA Av*im/1o1 




574 


2,364 


2,124 


394 


413 


233 


28 


_ 














Baltimore City 


21,729 


5,228 


5,602 


3,394 


3,512 


951 


1,462 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,580 


Baltimore 


14,254 


441 


4,599 


4,528 


2,057 


1,561 


221 


8 


796 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


43 


Calvert 


393 


195 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


198 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 






555 


i ou 


i / J 


1 1 Q 


•^7 


7 "X 


7R 


















rarml 1 


1 , 511 


254 


353 


450 


46 


63 


35 


53 


_ 


80 


118 


25 


17 


17 




Cecil 


914 


152 


358 


166 


11 


21 


22 


45 


- 


54 


- 


30 


- 


52 


3 


Charles 


1,044 


336 


211 


210 


56 


24 


- 


120 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


87 


- 


UKJ L ^IIX^O cel. 


911 


197 


237 


215 


132 


18 


44 


68 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 








475 


584 


531 


274 


173 


64 


122 


141 














Garrett 


607 


147 


148 


171 


9 


12 


19 






14 


32 


24 


31 






Harford 


2,757 


856 


1 ,015 


392 


235 


118 


93 


16 














32 


Howard 


1,497 


473 


439 


214 


42 


22 


36 


251 














20 


Kent 


438 


91 


126 


118 


19 


28 


27 


29 
















Montgomery 


8,406 


1,919 


1,989 


1,968 


758 


428 


200 


496 


195 


31 


21 






104 


297 


Prince George's 


15,469 


4,799 


4,594 


2,687 


1,397 


815 


475 


151 


29 


94 


99 


73 


99 


59 


98 


Queen Anne ' s 


421 


129 


146 










128 




8 








10 




St. Mary's 


1,273 


415 


434 


136 


85 


71 


23 


86 














23 


Somerset 


446 


28 


171 


93 


67 


55 


32 


















Talbot 


519 


121 


193 


73 


15 






91 


26 














Washington 


2,951 


841 


792 


382 


304 


33 


25 


344 




44 




27 


30 


19 


110 


Wicomico 


1,474 


320 


517 


346 


136 


114 


41 


















Worcester 


647 


183 


238 


93 


54 






71 


8 















TABLE 

67 



Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 
Industrial 

Arts 
Education 


General Industrial Arts 


Drawing 


General 


Woodwork 


Grade 

7 


Grade 
8 


Grade 
9 


Grade 
10 


Grade 
11 


Grade 
12 


Combi- 
nation 


Mechanical 


Ot her 


J 


J J 


III 


Combi- 
nat ion 


I 


1 1 


1 1 1 


Combi- 
nat ion 


local ocace 


lUZ , OJO 


14,356 


21,824 


16,133 


1,712 


760 


741 


1,604 


5,474 


1 ,674 


320 


9,568 


3830 


2,652 


1,084 


425 


"6,667 


Allegany 


1,894 


73 


650 


591 


159 


41 


32 


121 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


19 


13 


28 


12 


21 


Anne Arundel 


6,589 


536 


2,270 


1,886 


250 


127 


89 


19 


239 


87 


26 


82 


98 


152 


70 


19 


66 


Baltimore City 




1,754 


2,438 


1,626 


217 


130 


273 


- 


_ 


_ 




'-■8,662 


- 


- 


- 


- 


*5,480 


Bal t imore 


16, 536 


438 


4,734 


4,717 


- 


- 


- 


11 


1,530 


544 


159 


78 


399 


1,024 


393 


186 


47 


v^ai ver c 


443 


170 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


218 


55 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


666 


213 


205 


141 


50 


34 


23 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Carroll 


1.498 


199 


290 


384 


88 


22 


29 


118 


91 


21 


15 


_ 


- 


77 


17 


19 


- 


cec 1 1 


1,1 JU 


128 


305 


188 


- 


- 


- 


95 


109 


15 


- 


33 


- 


22 


- 


- 


84 


v<na ri c 9 


695 


127 


167 


215 


15 


18 


5 


99 


49 








- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


T'im' n \l a o f a r 

LforcncbUcL 


744 


77 


172 


183 


129 


43 


16 


80 




















Frederick 


2,402 


268 


344 


320 


108 


50 


38 


202 


233 


163 


23 




56 


28 


65 


17 


230 


Garrett 


655 


179 


174 


111 


10 






63 


118 


















Harford 


2,971 


904 


972 


150 


28 


25 




22 


138 


63 




20 


57 


165 


76 


52 




Howard 


1,851 


493 


510 


269 










123 


17 




57 




113 


49 


21 




Kent 


333 


102 


105 


62 


13 




22 


24 




















Montgomery 


11,707 


2,061 


1,950 


1,429 








150 


1,545 


419 




220 


460 


462 


88 


71 


402 


Prince George's 


16,289 


4,794 


4,521 


2,882 


179 


87 


54 


70 


1,003 


287 


77 


273 


313 


486 


239 


18 


291 


Queen Anne ' s 


25 














25 




















St. Mary's 


869 


258 


212 


137 








33 


61 


7 




9 




68 


20 






Somerset 


322 


40 


112 


67 


53 


13 


25 




12 


















Talbot 


611 


169 


180 


84 


14 


11 


31 


33 


42 






9 












Washington 


2,939 


851 


870 


258 


88 


48 


38 


169 


68 


32 


20 


107 




42 


39 


10 


10 


Wicomico 


1,579 


357 


394 


319 


213 


95 


42 




58 


19 




18 


28 








36 


Worcester 


718 


165 


249 


114 


98 


16 


24 


52 





















"Breakdown by level not available. 



TABLE 

67 



Industrial Education (Industrial Arts) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 




General 


Metalwork 


Elec- 
tricity 


Elec- 
tronics 


Power 
Me- 

chcinic s 


Printing 


Automotive Mechanics 
and Maintenance 


Graphic 
Arts 


Other 
Indus- 
trial Arts 
Educa- 
tion 


1 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


I 


II 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


I 


11 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


1,882 


508 


182 


-3,803 


1,434 


1,566 


2,047 


465 


140 


52 


•n,871 


266 


104 


38 


*358 


1,057 


1,261 


Allegany 


24 


14 


12 


18 




~ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


24 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


42 


Anne Arundel 


171 


28 


30 


159 


27 






_ 




_ 


_ 


90 


46 


22 


_ 






Baltimore City 






_ 


*3,344 


695 


406 


1,648 


_ 


_ 




■•n,7io 


_ 






*332 


- 


677 


Baltimore 


786 


183 


73 


66 


140 


854 


- 


251 


90 


43 


- 


22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


68 


Calvert 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 














■ 




- 


- 


Caroline 






_ 


_ 










_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 




_ 




- 


- 


Carroll 


102 




_ 


_ 






26 






_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 






Cecil 


32 


- 


- 


37 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


82 


- 


Charles 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


















- 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


- 






- 


- 


44 


















- 


- 


rreoericK 


104 


3 ]^ 


26 


21 
















33 


22 










Garrett 




































Harford 


22 


73 










90 










72 


26 


16 








Howard 


46 


20 




25 


51 


17 






















40 


Kent 
































5 




Montgomery 


155 


30 




42 


467 




151 


144 


27 




no 








26 


874 


424 


Prince George's 


404 


96 


17 


34 




127 


88 


70 


23 


9 


51 










96 




Queen Anne ' s 




































St. Mary's 










54 
























10 


Somerset 




































Talbot 












38 
























Washington 


36 


13 


24 


57 




124 












25 


10 










Wicomico 




































Worcester 





































♦Breakdown by level not available. 



TABLE 

68 



Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: 

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 
Vocational- 
Industrial 

and 
Voc a t ion a 1 
Technical 
Education 


Aircraft 
Mechanics 


Art 


Automo- 
tive 
Mec han ic s 


Beauty 
Operator 
Training- 

( CofimeC- 

\ V* W W LUC t 

ology ) 


Building 
Trades, 
Stone- 
masonry , 
Tilpfi^ttinff 
Brick- 
laying 


Cabinet 
Making 


Car- 
pentry 


Draft- 
ing 


Electricity 

and 
F 1 At* f t*nn i r R 


Food 
Trades 


Floricul- 
ture 
and 
Hort i— 
culture 


Interior 
Decora- 


Laundry 
and 
Dry- 

^ & Coll A **J^ 


Machine 
Shop 


Total State 


25,799 


92 


3,047 


3,172 


1,466 


654 


426 


1 ,050 


3,276 


1,316 


461 


92 


330 


61 


1,076 


Allegany 


670 


- 


- 


125 






128 




68 


114 


- 


- 


- 


- 


101 


Anne Arundel 
















1 n 
1 u 
















Baltimore City 


14,999 


92 


3,047 


993 


935 


125 




572 


2,7 74 


784 


279 


66 


330 


29 


376 


Baltimore 


1,079 


- 


- 


551 


- 


90 


- 


29 


- 


- 


52 


- 


- 


- 


99 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


155 


- 


- 


35 


36 


- 


- 


28 


19 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Carrol 1 








40 










22 














Cecil 


920 


- 


- 


233 


- 


- 


Ill 


- 


78 


102 


99 


- 


_ 


_ 


84 


Charles 


253 


- 


- 


129 


- 


124 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 


224 






44 




45 




38 


33 


47 










17 


Garrett 


300 






82 








71 


61 


44 










42 


Harford 


461 






71 


40 


32 


24 




122 


33 


31 








85 


Howard 


297 






207 
























Kent 
































Montgomery 


2,766 






390 


218 




137 


110 


13 


65 




26 




32 


35 


Prince George's 


1,553 






60 


117 


82 




43 


61 


51 










50 


Queen Anne ' s 


453 






32 


64 


44 




47 


25 


41 












St. Mary's 


88 






























Somerset 
































Talbot 
































Washington 


488 










42 


16 
















35 


Wicomico 


436 






56 


24 


26 




74 
















Worcester 
















28 




35 













TABLE 

68 



Industrial Education (Vocational-Industrial) and Technical Education (Vocational-Technical) Enrollment, Including Duplicates: 

Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



















Serv ic e 
















Maintenance 






Radio 


PI umb ing 






i ra aes 




ui s t r 1 Du— 




Work 


Other 






and 


Meta I 


Need 1 e 


and 


and 


Pr ac t lea 1 


r r 1 nc ~ 


Barber ing , 


We 1 d— 


t Ive 


Diversified 


Exper lence 


Voc at lonal- 


Vocat ional- 


Local Unit 


Service 


Work 


Trades 


Television 


Pipe- 


Nursing 


Ing 


Shoe 


ing 


Educat ion 


Occupations 


On the Job 


Industrial 


Technlcal 




Mechanics 








fitting 






Repairing, 








Training 


Educat ion 


Education 


















e t c ■ 














Total State 


385 


459 


1,058 


171 


- 


316 


1,328 


447 


327 


866 


944 


1,017 


1,235 


727 


Allegany 


- 






~ 


- 




6 


- 


- 


59 


- 


11 


58 


- 


Anne Arundel 




24 
















70 




101 


28 




Baltimore City 


364 


258 


1,022 


154 


- 


105 


760 


432 


101 


313 


- 




740 


348 


Baltimore 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


24 


128 


- 


106 


- 


Calvert 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Caroline 


- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


37 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Cfirm^ 1 






























Cecil 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


93 


- 


120 


- 


- 


- 


Charles 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Dorchester 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Frederick 






























Garrett 






























Harford 














23 
















Howard 












90 


















Kent 






























Montgomery 


14 












228 




14 


122 


151 


849 




362 


Prince George ' s 


7 


79 


24 


17 




15 


249 




56 


14 


368 


15 


245 




Queen Anne' s 












27 






27 


44 


102 








St. Mary's 




















36 


36 




16 




Somerset 






























Talbot 






























Washington 




98 


12 








62 




16 


60 


39 


23 


11 




Wicomico 












42 




15 


20 


124 




18 


31 


17 


Worcester 































TABLE 

69 



Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 
Business 
Education 


Intro- 
duction to 
Business 


Intro- 
duction to 
Business 
and 
Type- 
writing 


Business 
Arith- 
metic 


Typewriting 


Type- 
writ ing 
and 
Short- 
hand 


Ad- 
vanced 
Type- 
writ ing 
and 
Office 
Prac t ice 


Clerical 

Office 
Practice 


Clerical 
and 
Secretarial 
Office 
Practice 


Shorthand 


1 


11 


1 

and 
1 1 


Personal 

L'se 


I 


II 


I 

and 
II 


Total State 


130,942 


7,105 


10,777 


18,730 


21,761 


11,785 


218 


6,663 


833 


1,666 


7,486 


1,148 


6,632 


3,196 


36 


Allegany 


3,704 


539 


- 


621 


682 


371 


18 


86 




- 


186 


108 


195 


123 


_ 


Anne Arundel 




1 L 7 




1 7AQ 


3,011 


966 


_ 


281 






/ ID 


')'\L 


478 


254 


_ 


Baltimore City 


33,434 


11 


5,925 


2,788 


5,356 


3,195 


- 


521 




- 


4,470 




862 


517 


- 


Baltimore 


18,136 


137 


2,529 


3,207 


355 


2 ,040 


31 


1,752 


- 


1,187 


- 


- 


1 , 265 


573 




Calvert 


1,025 


163 


- 


109 


260 


66 




60 


- 


- 


52 


- 


32 


20 


I 


Caroline 


1,028 


102 


- 


233 


183 


117 


- 


- 


- 




55 


34 


54 


52 


- 


Carrol 1 


£, ^ 1 J 1 






J 1 D 


446 


278 


52 


237 




1 nft 


jO 




183 


143 


- 


Cecil 


2,176 


361 


_ 


270 


526 


212 




68 


- 




66 


71 


138 


60 




Charles 


1,921 


297 


- 


301 


306 


139 




116 


- 


- 


105 


10 


117 


54 




Dorchester 


1,422 


230 


30 


279 


158 


101 


22 


109 


- 


1% 


27 


12 


68 


54 


16 


Frederick 


4,506 


752 




812 


876 


302 




258 






57 


75 


203 


96 




Garrett 


1,182 


203 




186 


240 


99 


21 










75 


64 


23 




Harford 


4,355 


733 




689 


1,055 


370 




64 






319 


76 


204 


116 




Howard 


1,932 


222 




430 


358 


142 


31 




123 




103 




98 


59 




Kent 


750 


103 




156 


166 


45 




11 




30 


8 




49 


32 


20 


Montgomery 


12,189 


898 




1,064 


4,716 


1,258 




217 


212 




228 


210 


1.036 


288 




Prince George's 


17,847 


500 


2,293 


3,131 


985 


1,004 


17 


1,960 


470 


212 


566 


64 


924 


435 




Queen Anne's 


712 


82 




114 


114 


82 




32 




21 


24 


14 


37 


6 




St. Mary's 


1,760 


263 




297 


259 


158 




207 






66 


20 


159 


32 




Somerset 


991 


159 




168 


223 


50 


26 


41 




25 


42 


24 


34 


19 




Talbot 


1,188 


184 




172 


174 


92 




230 






49 




36 


26 




Washington 


3,810 


39 




1,018 


771 


388 




135 




29 


212 


51 


265 


98 




Wicomico 


2,208 


349 




490 


288 


202 




247 






79 


5A 


52 


54 




Worcester 


1,195 


234 




110 


253 


108 




31 




26 


20 


16 


79 


62 






TABLE 

69 



Business Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Secretarial 
Office 

r L at- I. JL L c 


Business 
Machines 


Bookkeeping 


Account- 
ing 


Business 
Eco- 

n f\Tr\ IOC 


Business 
Law 


uu o i. 1 it^ a s 

nomics 
and 

Ri 1 c I n A G <: 


Hi 1 c { n o c Q 

Organi- 
zation 


Sales- 
manship 


Salesmanship 
and 


Eco- 
of 

Distribu- 

f" 1 nn ( T h 


Other 
Business 


I 


11 


Business 
Law 


Consumer 
Education 


Total State 




743 


12,588 


1,632 


162 


1,543 


1,821 


3,463 


610 


1 ,430 


479 


- 


549 


6,943 


Allegany 


46 




432 


- 






87 






27 


55 


- 




128 


Anne Arundel 


200 


- 


1,205 


323 


35 


336 


102 


311 


- 


186 


- 


- 


11 


121 


Baltimore City 


~ 


743 


Z , J 1 ^ 




18 


1,077 


795 




306 


14 








4,245 


Baltimore 


68 




2,133 


382 


- 


- 


- 


1 , 395 




900 


_ 


- 


24 


158 


Calvert 






111 


- 


- 




- 


60 


- 


- 


- 


- 


~ 


92 


Carol ine 






135 


- 






63 








- 


- 






Carroll 


- 


- 


316 




- 


- 




- 


33 


53 






21 


138 


Cecil 


19 


- 


265 




- 


- 


- 


18 




- 


102 




- 


- 


Charles 


38 




222 


16 






41 


48 


24 


- 








87 


Dorchester 


~ 




126 


10 






121 




~ 


- 








31 


Frederick 


15 




277 




109 




179 


284 




122 






24 


65 


Garrett 






122 


13 














53 






83 


Harford 


38 




348 








36 


109 












198 


Howard 






217 


97 








52 














Kent 


22 




89 
















19 








Montgomery 


94 




750 


64 






57 


103 






35 




338 


621 


Prince George's 


306 




2,218 


206 






225 


993 


247 


128 


140 




131 


692 


Queen Anne's 






115 






















71 


St. Mary's 






184 


16 






21 








42 






36 


Somerset 






91 






66 
















23 


Talbot 


16 




119 










90 














Washington 


33 




472 


205 






94 
















Wicomico 


31 




196 






64 
















102 


Worcester 


17 




133 


21 














33 






52 



TABLE 

70 



Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 
Physical 
and 

Health 
Education 


Physical Education 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 9 


Grade 10 


Grade 11 


Grade 12 


Combinat ion 


Other 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


Total State 


294,252 


16,491 


23, 105 


22,399 


21,727 


19,211 


18,260 


14,314 


13 , 197 


9,267 


6,471 


6,330 


5,442 


10,009 


8,227 


9,155 


Allegany 


5,561 


584 


577 


594 


596 


176 


168 


146 


98 


16 


15 


20 


13 


271 


269 


554 


Anne Arundel 


20,408 


2,514 


2,425 


2,359 


2,367 


1,953 


2,266 


- 


- 


500 


263 


433 


155 


195 


89 


570 


tJaitimore city 


Aft 07 T 


- 


7 ,605 


6,792 


6,692 


6,712 


6,400 


6,222 


5,463 


5,265 


3,882 


2,689 


3,914 


- 


- 


7,337 


Baltimore 


52,161 






135 




133 




320 


262 


96 


216 


65 


~ 








Calvert 


1,983 


170 


195 


315 


315 


















293 


170 


_ 


Caroline 


2,076 


261 


269 


300 


298 


194 


169 


255 


19 


51 


39 


40 


37 


48 


96 




Carroll 


5,827 


491 


463 


360 


476 


443 


473 


293 


279 


148 


210 


233 


137 


- 


8 




Cec 11 


1 AAO 
J , OOy 


144 


132 


117 


58 


347 


364 


346 


428 


~ 








269 


220 


_ 


Charles 


3,155 


1 LA 
if* 


111 

L i 1 






L\Jj 


/ D 


7 9 








10 






9 1 ft 
Z i O 


_ 


Dorchester 


2,497 


215 


225 


188 


163 


184 


195 


152 


165 


26 


27 


82 


39 


90 


67 


- 


Frederick 


8,459 


336 


425 


352 


422 


277 


248 


106 


192 


63 


13 


228 


170 


1,107 


578 




Garrett 


2,283 


174 


147 


198 


205 


356 


313 














430 


290 




Harford 


6,725 


873 


805 


774 


848 


89 


57 


251 


152 


92 


34 


96 


22 


336 


126 




Howard 


4,898 


509 


234 


228 


438 


459 


399 


231 


302 


47 








539 


311 


574 


Kent 


1,332 


56 


41 


79 


71 


66 


52 


57 


46 


35 


17 


17 


17 


54 


57 




Montgomery 


39,585 


2,662 


2,511 


2,558 


2,421 


2,432 


2,223 


2,003 


1,584 


832 


567 


668 


212 


1,263 


1,677 


30 


Prince George ' s 


41,865 


4,766 


4,753 


4,652 


4,063 


4,037 


3,952 


3,176 


3,326 


1,663 


937 


1,369 


501 


2,275 


1,944 


14 


Queen Anne ' s 


1,615 


184 


200 


199 


196 


161 


117 


42 




93 




34 


13 


53 


130 


10 


St. Mary's 


2,719 


346 


275 


262 


304 


135 


155 














672 


451 


66 


Somerset 


1,930 


212 


154 


138 


138 


129 


132 


98 


76 


71 


73 


78 


72 


275 


263 




Talbot 


1,767 


250 


117 


181 


134 


96 


128 


14 


30 


13 


10 


12 


14 


328 


350 




Washington 


8,595 


925 


892 


865 


831 


165 




71 


125 


35 


20 


92 


19 


932 


733 




Wicomico 


4,174 


536 


397 


479 


416 


495 


333 


374 


424 


221 


148 


158 


107 








Worcester 


1 ,995 


139 


152 


153 


150 


67 


40 


85 


96 










259 


180 





TABLE 

70 



Physical and Health Education Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 















Physical anc 


Health 


Educat ion 












Health Education 


Local Unit 


Grade 7 


Grade 8 


Grade 9 


Grade 10 


Grade 11 


Grade 12 


Combination 




Grades 


































Other 






Other 








































B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 


B 


G 




7 


g 


q 




Total State 


8,314 


7 ,971 


7 ,783 


7,592 


9,260 


9, 175 


8,678 


7,948 


4,612 


3,947 


4,203 


3,620 


2,265 


2,526 


864 


640 


679 


185 


385 


Allegany 


42 


46 


122 


166 


470 


470 














25 




123 




- 


- 




Anne Arundel 










147 


164 


1,998 


2 ,010 














- 




- 


- 


_ 


Da X L XIUU 1 c ^ X L y 


































- 


- 


- 


Baltimore 


4,978 


4,686 


4,529 


4,428 


4,739 


4,709 


4,240 


4, 152 


3,883 


3,664 


3,498 


3,428 






- 








- 


Calvert 










196 


187 














- 


- 


142 


- 






- 


Caroline 






























- 




- 


- 




Carroll 


86 


66 


73 


103 


45 




217 


168 


91 


62 


34 


36 








395 


437 


- 




Cec i 1 


288 


202 


235 


230 






















•5 1 
J >- 


140 


117 




- 


Charles 


227 


188 


368 


86 


341 


311 


78 


65 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 








J J 


- 


Dorchester 


70 


78 


94 


90 


80 


58 


31 


27 


39 


11 


16 




36 


49 


- 








- 


Frederick 


410 


420 


369 


425 


351 


324 


545 


266 


163 


77 


43 


55 


413 


81 


- 










Garrett 


























24 


14 








1 




Harford 


165 


104 


89 


87 


702 


903 


25 


30 


22 




24 






19 












Howard 


123 


127 


138 


117 






















12: 










Kent 


110 


127 


109 


79 


22 


46 




28 




19 


22 


23 




51 






31 






Montgomery 


1,762 


1,857 


1,593 


1,707 


1,520 


1,503 


1,334 


1,058 


414 


114 


566 


78 


795 


1 ,437 


204 










Prince George's 






























97 








340 


Queen Anne' s 














123 


60 
























St. Mary's 










23 


30 




























Somerset 










21 






























Talbot 










23 


8 


3 


9 










16 


31 












Washington 










462 


359 


36 


24 










921 


816 


58 


105 


94 




15 


Wicomico 






























86 










Worcester 


53 


70 


64 


74 


118 


103 


48 


51 










35 


28 










30 



TABLE 

71 



Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 
Music 


Mus ic 


Basic 
Musicianship 


Chorus 


Vocal 

Instru- 
mental 


I 


U 


III 


Combi- 
nation 


I 


II 


III 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Total State 


164,090 


J , VOy 




7 fln 1 

/ , OU J 






AO 


/ 


7 ft 7 ft 


'^ ft ^/l 
J , OJH 


in *^7 7 


418 


Allegany 


5,320 


1,460 


1,337 


498 


8 


- 


- 


- 


286 


320 


162 


- 


Anne Arundel 


10,037 


3,601 


1,739 


752 




27 






80 


302 


702 


- 


Baltimore City 


42,016 


35 , 679 






~ 


17 7 


13 


** 


1 ,019 


401 






Baltimore 


33,038 


7 ,873 


7 , 141 


5, 187 


19 


39 






2,032 


1 ,427 


3,327 


56 


Calvert 


656 


35 


47 
















463 


- 


Caroline 


1,206 


259 


170 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


35 


240 


- 


Carroll 


4,077 


621 


815 


269 


20 


32 






285 


215 


595 


252 


Cecil 


1 ,487 


602 


223 


47 










41 


58 


128 




Charles 


1,285 


190 


171 


23 










27 


66 


131 


_ 


Dorchester 


2,155 


508 


4o5 


1 1 










1 n 

iz/ 


111 
ill 




- 


Frederick 


5,950 


1,083 


1,235 


185 


331 








260 


162 


911 


- 


Garrett 


1,525 


376 


397 


228 










116 


163 






Harford 


5,224 


1 ,805 


1,727 


8 










99 


257 


445 


110 


Howard 


3,345 


934 


987 












64 


71 


157 




Kent 


1,047 


156 


164 


78 


153 










94 


108 




Montgomery 


14,593 


2,565 


2,453 


69 




114 


23 




2,036 


1 ,021 


670 




Prince George's 


17 ,053 


2,086 


430 


102 


63 


11 




18 


828 


668 


1,243 




Queen Anne ' s 


1,048 


330 


180 


18 


142 








45 


52 


55 




St. Mary's 


1,699 


469 


416 


46 


55 


4 








23 


99 




Somerset 


931 


370 


239 


134 




8 


33 








32 




Talbot 


1,219 


296 


387 


32 


44 






58 






99 




Washington 


4,836 


543 


73 












225 


177 


272 




Wicomico 


:,957 


965 


747 


93 


6 








250 


138 


64 




Worcester 


1 , 386 


283 


61 


23 


51 








58 


73 


161 





TABLE 

71 



Music Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


Band 


Orchestra 


Music - 
Small 
Groups 
Ins t ru— 
mental 


Music 
History 

and 
L i t er a~ 

ture 


Other 
Music 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Beginners 


Advanced 


General 


Total State 


6,524 


7,074 


8,965 


749 


601 


1,831 


5,094 


873 


13,607 


Allegany 


249 


243 


295 


20 


40 


26 


75 


- 


301 


Anne Arundel 


904 


338 


465 


- 


10 


- 


214 


144 


759 


Baltimore City 


667 


626 


- 


201 


- 


410 






2 823 


Baltimore 


969 


610 


2,074 


129 


102 


495 


1 ,221 


26 


'311 


Calvert 


28 


58 


- 


- 


- 


- 


25 


- 


- 


Carol ine 


- 


- 


117 


- 


- 


- 


128 


- 


257 


Carroll 


125 


108 


279 


15 


- 


10 


393 


23 


20 


Cecil 


21 


60 


185 


- 


- 


- 


122 






Charles 


39 


82 


338 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


213 


Dorchester 




D 7 










- 


106 


8 


Frederick 


360 


396 


605 


4 




53 


234 


98 


33 


Garrett 


77 


106 


52 














Harford 


115 


266 


144 




22 




191 


35 




Howard 


238 


91 


160 


8 






104 


15 


516 


Kent 


20 


104 


81 








89 






Montgomery 


907 


1,506 


1,385 


213 


411 


301 


70 


352 


497 


Prince George's 


634 


1,322 


2,028 


44 


16 


247 


1,308 


26 


5,979 


Queen Anne ' s 


70 


100 










56 






St. Mary's 


92 


42 


148 






214 


45 




46 


Somerset 


6 




49 








49 




11 


Talbot 


75 


30 


50 








148 






Washington 


509 


435 


252 


115 




75 


297 


30 


1,833 


Wicomico 


73 


228 


135 








258 






Worcester 


252 


254 


100 








52 


18 





TABLE 

72 



Art Enrollment, Including Duplicates: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 



Local Unit 


.... 

Total 
Art 


1 

Arts 
Crafts 


Art 


Funda- 
mentals 
of 
Art 


Com- 

mo 1 a 1 
UlC I X d i. 

Art 


History 

nf 

Art 


Painting 
and 

C/«i 1 1 n — 
OCU 1 p 

ture 


Ad- 
vanced 
Studio 
Expe r i— 

ences 


Other 

A t-^ 


I 


II 


III 


IV 


Combi- 
nation 


Total State 


113,984 


10,631 


37,279 


26,006 


12,229 


2,480 


5,385 


4,864 


1,115 


63 


244 


1 ,117 


12,571 


Al legany 


3,622 


1,489 


1 ,096 


757 


121 


106 


30 










23 




Anne Arundel 


11,268 


971 


4 , 393 


4 , 101 


563 


130 


123 


582 


21 


- 


- 


21 


363 


Baltimore City 


20,490 




8,757 


4 , 372 


3,538 


1,506 






225 








2,092 


Baltimore 


27 ,610 


774 


9,496 


8,899 


6,133 


14 


19 


1,257 


425 


36 


198 


184 


175 


Calvert 


609 


142 










467 














Caroline 


1,028 


_ 


320 


220 


59 


58 




_ 




_ 


_ 


_ 


371 


Carroll 


1,330 


215 


486 


382 






100 


118 


14 


- 


15 


- 




Cecil 


1,034 


789 


99 








121 




25 




— 




— 


Charles 


537 


379 




_ 


50 


_ 


102 










6 




Dorchester 


1,178 


427 


321 


319 




88 


23 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 







Frederick 


3,828 


1,454 


461 


172 






1 ,682 


29 


24 


- 


6 


_ 


_ 


Garrett 


1,138 


774 










88 


276 












Harford 


4,149 


1,267 


1,409 


1,277 


74 


41 


81 














Howard 


2,305 


125 


920 


774 


30 




41 






16 






399 


Kent 


644 




67 


50 






63 


378 








15 


71 


Montgomery 


10,562 


657 


2,824 


1,908 


467 




340 


2,224 


381 




25 


805 


931 


Prince George's 


13,452 


294 


3,610 


1,599 


818 


381 


766 












5,984 


Queen Anne's 


482 


228 


149 








105 














St. Mary's 


1,562 




373 


379 


90 


83 


589 












48 


Somerset 


473 


34 


359 


80 




















Talbot 


587 




243 


220 


124 


















Washington 


3,537 


347 


368 


82 


33 


34 


594 












2,079 


Wicomico 


2,037 


265 


1,083 


393 


129 


39 


17 










53 


58 


Worcester 


522 




445 


22 






34 






1 1 




10 





TABLE 

73 



Driver Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 







Driver Education 




Total 






Classroom 


Local Unit 


Driver 


Classroom 


Practice 


and 




Education 






Pract ice 


Total State 




3,895 


848 


10,125 


Allegany 


C "7 O 






'^ 7 ft 


Anne Arundel 


162 


162 


- 




Baltimore City* 




- 


- 


- 


Baltimore 




151 


127 


947 


Calvert 


1 1 A 
1 10 


110 


- 


- 


Caroline 


387 






"i C 1 


Carroll 










Cecil 


449 


449 


- 


- 


Charles 


84 


50 


- 


34 


Dorchester 


/ Z 


38 


- 


34 


Frederick 


843 


756 




87 


Garrett 


903 


145 




758 


Harford 


716 






716 


Howard 










Kent 


188 


56 




132 


Montgomery 


3,581 


447 


200 


2,934 


Prince George's 


3,067 






3,067 


Queen Anne ' s 


575 


288 


287 




St. Mary's 


253 


89 


42 


122 


Somerset 










Talbot 


250 


132 


118 




Washington 


305 






305 


Wicomico 


850 


752 


40 


58 


Worcester 


270 


270 







"Driver Education in these local units offered during out-of-school hours only. 



TABLE 

74 



Special Education Enrollment: Maryland Public High Schools: Fall of 1966 





Total 


Special Education 


Local Unit 


Spec ial 


Junior 


Senior 




Educ at ion 


High 


High 


Total State 


14,100 


12,319 


-.V 1 7 ft 1 


Allegany 


415 


261 


154 


Anne Arundel 


600 


314 


286 


Baltimore City 


7,293 


7 , 293 




Baltimore 


858 


449 


409 


Calvert 


100 


100 




Carol ine 






- 


Carroll 


14 


14 




Cecil 


457 


401 


56 


Charles 


183 


157 


26 


Dorchester 


49 


49 




Frederick 




129 




Garrett 








Harford 


328 


194 


134 


Howard 


443 


193 


250 


Kent 


85 


85 




Montgomery 


1,124 


863 


*261 


Prince George's 


947 


825 


122 


Queen Anne ' s 








St. Mary's 


164 


164 




Somerset 








Talbot 


550 


550 




Washington 


285 


230 


55 


Wicomico 


76 


48 


28 


Worcester 









"Includes 52 in Special Education Combination. 



TABLE 

75 



Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal: State of Maryland: 1957-58 - 1966-67 



Year 


Average Number of Pupils Belonging per Teacher and Principal 


Local Unit 


Total 


Elementary'" 


High 


1957-58 




1 

. 1 




9fl 

Zo 


. U 


21.5 




9 A 
ZH 


• 




9 7 




21.4 


1959-60 


9 A 


O 
. ^ 




9 

ZD 


Q 


21.2 


1960-61 


9 T 


Q 
. 7 




9 A 
ZO 


. 


21.0 


1961-62 


25 


.1 




28 


.2 


21.9 


i 70 ^ O J 


9 "X 
i. J 


1 

. 1 




9 

Z J 


7 


20.3 


i 70 J — OH 


9 


Q 
. ^ 




9 R 
Z J 


Q 

. 7 


20.5 


1964-65 


9 1 


Q 
, 7 




9 '3 
Z J 




19.9 


1965-66 


9 9 


1 

. 1 




9 A 
Zt* 


.if 


19. 7 


1966-67 


21 


.5 




23 


.7 


19.3 








BY LOCAL 


UNIT, 1966-67 






Al legany 


22 


. 9 




25 


. 8 


20.6 


Anne Arundel 


22 


. 3 




22 


. 8 




Baltimore City 


23 


.2 




27 


. 1 


1 Q 1 


Hal t imore 


20 


.4 




21 


.8 


i y . u 


Calvert 


22 


.3 




23 


.7 


ill) . D 


Caroline 


20 


.0 




23 


.3 


17.1 


Carroll 


20 


. 7 




22 


_ \ 


19.2 


Cecil 


22 


.3 




24 


.4 


1 Q ft 

i y , 


Charles 


22 


.6 




25 


.6 


1 o o 

ly . z 


Dorches ter 


22 


.7 




25 


.1 


on A 

ZU . 


Frederick 


20 


.3 




22 


.3 


18.4 


Garrett 


22 


.9 




25 


.9 


19.9 


Harford 


21 


.1 




21 


.5 


20.7 


Howard 


21 


.2 




25 


.9 


17.4 


Kent 


19 


.7 




22 


.1 


17.1 


Montgomery 


20 


.1 




21 


.2 


19.1 


Prince George's 


21 


.2 




22 


.9 


19.2 


Queen Anne's 


19 


.9 




24 


.8 


15.8 


St. Mary's 


21 


.9 




27 


.0 


17.0 


Somerset 


21 


.4 




24 


.4 


18.5 


Talbot 


20 


.7 




24 


.2 


17.5 


Washington 


22 


.7 




25 


.8 


19.9 


Wicomico 


21 


.9 




25 


.9 


18.1 


Worcester 


23 


.1 




26 


.3 


20.1 



'■Excludes kindergarten and campus schools at State Colleges. 



TABLE 

76 



Average Number of Pupils Belonging: Grades K-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Grand Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Total 


Kindergarten 


Grades 1 


- 6 


Total State 


786,499 


7 


458 , 502 


5 


34,7 77 


3 


423,725 


2 


327,997.2 


Allegany 


16,424.4 


. 8,087 


6 






8,087 


6 


8,336.8 


Anne Arundel 


58,987 


2 


Jif ,05/ 


Q 



z9 


L 


34,028 


6 


24,929.4 


Baltimore City 


190, 371 





lift 00*7 

119,00/ 





lb , 54 1 





103,346 





70,484.0 


Bal t imore 


112,520 


5 


60 , 696 





40b 


6 


60,290.0 


51^823.9 


Calvert 


5,216 


4 


3,092 


1 


57 


1 


3,035 





2,124.3 


Carol ine 


4,888 


8 


2,712 


5 


130 


3 


2,582 


2 


2,176.3 


Carroll 


13,216 


9 


7 ,495 


7 






7,495 


7 


5,721.2 


Cec i 1 


11,114 


2 


,H /D 









6,476 


6 


4 ,637 . 6 


Charles 


10,021 


5 


5,972 









5,972 


6 


4 ! 048. 9 


Dorchester 


6,394 


9 


J ,'» J J 


c 

5 






3,433 


5 


2,961.4 


Frederick 


17,226 


2 


9,376 









9,376 





7,850.2 


Garrett 


5,033 


9 


2,799 


3 






2,799 


3 


2,234.6 


Harford 


23,233 


7 


13,434 


5 






13,434 


5 


9,799.2 


Howard 


11,467 





6,288 


3 


6 


9 


6,281 


4 


5,178.7 


Kent 


3,540 


3 


2,031 


4 






2,031 


4 


1,508.9 


Montgomery 


111,257 


8 


62,456 


8 


9,643 


4 


52,813.4 


48,801.0 


Prince George's 


123,492 


3 


74,685 


2 


6,550 


5 


68,134 


7 


48,807. 1 


Queen Anne's 


4,194 


9 


2,357 


7 






2,357 


7 


1,837.2 


St. Mary's 


8,763 





5,455 


9 


376 


3 


5,079 


6 


3,307.1 


Somerset 


4,346 





2,418 


6 






2,418.6 


1,927.4 


Talbot 


4,461 


9 


2,496 


4 






2,496.4 


1,965.5 


Washington 


21,852 


7 


12,219 


5 


885 


9 


11,333 


6 


9,633.2 


Wicomico 


12,231 


1 


7,055 


1 






7,055 


1 


5,176.0 


Worcester 


6,243 


1 


3,515 


8 


150 


1 


3,365 


7 


2,727.3 



TABLE 

77 



Average Number of Pupils Attending: Percent of Attendance: Grades K-12: Maryland Public Schools: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


Secondary 


Percent of Attendance 


Grand 
Total 


Elementary 


/ 


^ p p n n H r V 


Total 


K i nder — 
gar 1 6 n 


Grades 
1-6 


Total 


gar t en 


Grades 
1-6 


Total State 


728,920 


8 


428,855 


9 


30 ,936 . 2 


397,919 


7 


300,064 


9 


/92 


7 


93 


.5 


88 . 9 


93 


9 


91 . 5 


Al legany 


15,641 


8 


7,716 


5 




7 ,716 


5 


7 ,925 


3 


95 


2 


95 


.4 




95 


4 


95.1 


Anne Arundel 


55,475 


1 


32 , 349 


1 


25 . 7 


32 , 323 


4 


23,126 





94 





95 


. 


88.0 


95 





92.8 


Baltimore City 


168,331 





108,064 





14 , 344 . 


93 , 720 





60 , 267 





88 


4 


90 


. 1 


86. 7 


90 


7 


85 . 5 


Baltimore 


105,481 


1 


57^363 


6 


346.8 


57,016 


8 


48,117 


5 


93 


7 


94 


.5 


85 . 3 


94 


6 


92 . 8 


Calvert 


4,842.4 


2,894 


6 


47 .5 


2,847 


1 


1,947 


8 


92 


8 


93 


.6 


83.2 


93 


8 


91 . 7 


Caroline 


4,664 


8 


2 , 596 


5 


120.6 


2,475 


9 


2,068 


3 


95 


4 


95 


. 7 


92.5 


95 


9 


95.0 


Carroll 


12,647 


5 


7 ,181 


5 




7,181 


5 


5 ,466 





95 


7 


95 


. 8 




95 


8 


95.5 


Cec il 


10,426 


9 


6,131 







6,131 





4 , 295 


9 


93 


8 


94 


. 7 




94 


7 


92 . 6 


Charles 


9,295 


2 


5,590 


9 




5,590 


9 


3,704 


3 


92 


7 


93 


.6 




93 


6 


91 . 5 


Dorchester 


6,043 


3 


3,289 







3,289 





2,754 


3 


94 


5 


95 


.8 




95 


8 


93.0 


Frederick 


16,354.4 


9,024 







9,024 





7,330 


4 


94 


9 


96 


.2 




96 


2 


93.4 


Garrett 


4,833 


3 


2,684 







2,684 





2,149 


3 


96 





95 


.9 




95 


9 


96.2 


Harford 


21,950 


8 


12,794 


8 




12,794 


8 


9,156 





94 


5 


95 


.2 




95 


2 


93.4 


Howard 


10,908 


5 


5,996 


3 


6.1 


5,990 


2 


4,912 


2 


95 


1 


95 


.3 


88.4 


95 


4 


94.9 


Kent 


3,349 





1,938 


8 




1 ,938 


8 


1 ,410 


2 


94 


6 


95 


.4 




95 


4 


93.5 


Montgomery 


104,164 


2 


58,879 


2 


8,768.8 


50,110 


4 


45,285 





93 


6 


94 


.3 


90.9 


94 


9 


92.8 


Prince George's 


115,575 


2 


70,488 


1 


5,980.5 


64,507 


6 


45,087 


1 


93 


6 


94 


.4 


91.3 


94 


7 


92.4 


Queen Anne's 


3,939 





2,237 


6 




2,237 


6 


1,701 


4 


93 


9 


94 


.9 




94 


9 


92.6 


St. Mary's 


8,221 


9 


5,163 


7 


338.1 


4,825 


6 


3,058 


2 


93 


8 


94 


.6 


89.8 


95 





92.5 


Somerset 


4,119 


7 


2,307 


4 




2,307 


4 


1,812 


3 


94 


8 


95 


.4 




95 


4 


94.0 


Talbot 


4,234 


9 


2,382 


6 




2,382 


6 


1,852 


3 


94 


9 


95 


.4 




95 


4 


94.2 


Washington 


20,851 


7 


11,703 


8 


817.1 


10,886 


7 


9,147 


9 


95 


4 


95 


.8 


92.2 


96 


1 


95.0 


Wicomico 


1 1 , 644 


8 


6,732 


9 




6,732 


9 


4,911 


9 


95 


2 


95 


.4 




95 


4 


94.9 


Worcester 


5,924 


3 


3,346 





141.0 


3,205 





2,578 


3 


94 


9 


95 


.2 


93.9 


95 


2 


94.5 



TABLE 

78 



Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Average Number of Pupils Belonging: 1966-67 



Average 

Number 

Belonging 


Total State 


Allegany |j 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Bait imore 


Calvert || 


Carol ine 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 


U 

c 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne's 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


Total State 


910 


29 


68 


158 


102 


1 2 


6 


17 


16 


13 


17 


24 


1 7 


24 


12 


9 


118 


147 


9 


17 


16 


1 2 


34 


20 


13 


30 


or 


less 


10 


1 


















, 




2 






- 




1 






2 


1 






1 


31 


- 


60 


20 




2 


4 






1 


1 






1 




2 


1 




1 




"> 






3 




1 




1 


61 


- 


90 


33 


1 


1 


3 


2 


1 










5 


■) 


2 






2 


1 


1 




1 


2 




3 


1 


2 


91 


- 


120 


21 


2 




2 
















7 


1 






- 




3 






1 




2 


4 


2 


121 




150 


25 


1 






















3 






1 




2 


T 




1 




4 






151 




180 


27 


I 


3 




'> 






2 






1 




1 






1 


2 


4 




2 












181 




210 


26 


4 


2 




1 


i 




_ 


1 


2 


1 




1 


1 






1 


1 


1 


1 


_ 


1 


1 


2 


- 


211 




240 


22 


3 






2 










2 






1 






1 


1 


3 






1 




4 






241 




270 


16 


3 


1 


2 












2 














3 








1 






2 




271 




300 


27 


3 


1 


2 










1 




1 




1 


1 




1 


5 


3 


1 




1 




1 




1 


301 




330 


33 


3 


3 


2 


i 




1 


1 


1 


1 






1 




1 




4 


5 




3 




1 


1 




1 


331 




360 


39 




4 


4 


6 








1 




1 






1 




1 


7 




1 




1 


1 




1 


1 


361 




390 


37 




4 


3 


3 








3 








1 






- 




5 


1 


1 




1 


■) 






391 




420 


43 


1 


1 


3 


4 


1 




1 


2 


1 












- 


9 


13 


1 




1 


1 


2 






421 




450 


31 


2 


1 


5 


3 




1 


1 


1 










1 




- 


6 


6 




1 










1 


451 




480 


38 




3 


7 


3 










2 








1 




- 


8 


9 




1 






1 


1 




481 




510 


46 




4 


4 




1 






1 








1 


2 






9 


14 




1 






4 


2 




511 




540 


53 


1 


1 


8 


IJ 








1 




1 






2 






7 


10 










3 


1 




541 




570 


30 




1 


1 


2 




1 




j 










4 


2 




6 


6 










2 




2 


571 




600 


32 


1 


2 


2 


7 












1 


2 




3 






8 


6 
















601 




660 


59 


1 


9 


7 


8 














1 




1 


1 


1 


6 


22 
















661 




720 


62 


1 


9 


11 


11 




1 






1 




1 










7 


14 










2 


3 


1 


721 




780 


39 




3 


5 


12 




1 


1 












2 






5 


8 
















781 




840 


36 






14 


8 






1 






1 


1 




1 






7 


2 












1 




841 




900 


20 




3 


3 


3 






1 












1 






5 


3 










1 






901 




960 


19 






9 


4 










1 








1 






3 


1 
















961 




1,020 


24 






21 


1 


















1 








1 
















1,021 




1,080 


12 




2 


9 


1 










































1,081 




1,140 


9 




2 


6 


1 










































1,141 




1,200 


5 






5 












































1,201 


and over 


16 






14 












1 














1 



















TABLE 

79 



Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Average Number of Pupils Belonging: 1966-67 



Average 

Number 

Belonging 


Total State 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Biltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 11 


Ilarford 


Howard 


Kent 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


E 
< 

S 

'J 

o- 


St. Mary's 


4-( 

a> 

CO 

u 
<a 
B 
o 

in 




C-H 


Washington 


o 
u 

•H 

B 
O 
u 

- 


V) 

o 
o 
u 
o 


Total 


State 


111 
MI 


1 1 


1 5 




35 


3 


5 


9 


7 


6 


5 


9 


5 


8 




4 


39 


44 


5 


6 


7 


4 


13 


7 


4 




or less 


3 
























- 
















1 


_ 




_ 


_ 


C 1 

J i 




100 


c 

J 
























1 












_ 




1 


_ 




_ 


_ 


iU i 




1 

i jU 


o 







1 

1 




1 


1 


^ 




1 














1 




1 




_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


1 c 1 
i-> I 




200 


5 


1 


































_ 




1 




1 


_ 


_ 


i 




250 


iu 












1 








1 


L 








- 










1 


_ 


— 


_ 




1 
Z3 1 




300 








/, 










1 






















1 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


_ 


301 




350 


4 






i 
























1 






_ 


1 


_ 


_ 




1 


_ 


351 




400 


3 






1 






























1 


I 


_ 


_ 








401 




450 


9 






1 








1 




1 


1 






















1 


1 


1 


_ 


451 




500 


4 






1 








1 






















_ 




_ 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


501 




600 


13 


1 




1 






1 


1 








1 










1 


1 


_ 






1 


3 


_ 


2 


601 




700 


19 


1 


1 








1 









1 








3 




2 


3 


_ 




1 


1 


1 


_ 


I 


701 




800 


21 


2 




1 




I 


L 


1 


1 




1 


i 


1 






1 


2 


4 


_ 


2 


_ 


_ 




_ 


_ 


801 




900 


29 


1 




2 








1 


") 


3 




1 




1 


1 








_ 






_ 


2 




2 


901 




1,000 


21 


1 




■> 


1 








1 




I 


1 






'■> 




1 






1 


_ 


_ 




1 




1,001 




1,100 


12 






1 


1 






1 




1 








1 






3 




- 




- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1,101 




1,200 


15 




1 


1 


2 














1 










4 


3 


1 














1,201 




1,300 


20 






2 


6 






1 












-> 






5 


3 












1 




1,301 




1,400 


13 






1 


5 


1 














1 




1 




3 














1 




1,401 




1,500 


15 


1 




1 


5 


















1 






4 


1 
















1,501 




1,600 


6 






1 


3 
























1 


1 
















1,601 




1,700 


10 


1 


2 




5 
























1 


1 
















1,701 




1,800 


6 




1 


3 


2 










































1,801 




1,900 


12 




3 


4 


1 


























1 










1 






1,901 




2,000 


5 




1 


1 




















1 






1 


1 
















2,001 




2,100 


12 




3 


■) 


3 














1 






















1 






2,101 




2,200 


5 




1 




























1 


1 
















2,201 




2,300 


2 






) 












































2,301 




2,400 


3 
































1 


















2,401 




2,500 


3 






2 


1 










































2,501 


and over 


9 






6 




























J 


















STAFF DATA 



fa. 



Annual Report 



TABLE 

80 



Number and Percent of Schools, Teachers, Pupils: One-Teacher* Elementary Schools; Counties of Maryland: 1922-23 - 1966-67 



Year 


One-Teacher Elementary Schools- 




Number of 


Percent of 


Percent of 


Pupils in 


Percent of 




One-Teacher 


Total Ele- 


Total Ele- 


One-Teacher 


Total Ele- 


Local Unit 


Schools 


mentary 


mentary 


Schools 


mentary 






Schools 


Teachers 




Pupils 


1922-23 


1,496 


69.9 


39.6 


/ 


_ 


1 097-98 


1,206 


65.1 


31.7 


f 


- 


1932-33 


740 


53.2 


20.3 


i 


— 


1937-38 




HO • 1 


1 A 


T 




1942-43 


9 7^ 




7 fi 


7 /i 


<^ fi 

3 . 


1957-58 


17 


2.1 


0.3 


410 


0.2 


1958-59 


11 


1.2 


0.1 


278 


0.1 


1959-60 


12 


1.8 


0.1 


300 


0.1 


1960-61 


10 


1.3 


0.1 


281 


0.1 


1961-62 


10 


1.5 


0.1 


267 


0.1 


1962-63 


9 


1.3 


0.1 


196 


0.1 


1963-64 


10 


1.2 


f 


226 


? 


1964-65 


9 


1.0 


f 


180 


f 


1965-66 


9 


1.1 


i 


170 


f 


1966-67 


4 


0.5 


f 


HI 


f 






BY LOCAL UNIT 


, 1966-67 






Dorchester 


1 


5.9 


0.6 


15 


0.4 


Garrett 


1 


7.1 


0.8 


32 


1.1 


Somerset 


1 


8.3 


1.0 


14 


0.8 


Talbot 


1 


9.1 


0.9 


21 


0.6 



"•'■'Schools having a one-teacher organization of grades one to five or more. 
/Data unavailable. 
fLess than 0.1 percent. 



TABLE 

81 



Number of Principals and Teachers (K-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1957-58 - 1966-67 



Local Unit 


1957-58 


1958- 


59 


1959-60 


1960-61 


1961- 


32 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964- 


55 


1965-66 


1966-67 


Total State 


20,561 


6 


21,917 


.6 


23,326 


2 


24,632 


1 


25,932 


.1 


28,124 


9 


30,036 


3 


32, 199 


.0 


34,823 


9 


37,052.2 


Allegany 


640 





645 


.0 


645 





641 





651 


.0 


687 





679 





692 


.0 


746 


5 


763.0 


Anne Arundel 


1,274 





1,426 


.0 


1,580.0 


1,704 





1,846 


.0 


1,990 





2,160 





2,434.0 


2,612 





2,839.2 


Baltimore City 


5,810 


8 


6, 105 


. 1 


6.309 


2 


6,532 


9 


6,365 


.0 


6,833 


8 


7,360 


5 


7,633 


.0 


8,163 


5 


8,293.0 


Baltimore 


2,897 


8 


3,084 


.4 


3,425 





3,694 





3,910 


.0 


4,451 


9 


4,715 


5 


4,954 


.8 


5,229 


4 


5^568.3 


Calvert 


143 


3 


148 


.7 


161 





175 





187 


.0 


200 


3 


208 


9 


221 


.8 


226 


9 


259.2 


Caroline 


174 


5 


179 


.5 


189 





196 


5 


201 


.5 


211 


8 


222 


1 


226 


.8 


246 


6 


253.7 


Carroll 


411 


1 


456 


.0 


444 





451 





462 


.8 


493 





509 


7 


544 


.6 


582 





651.6 


Cecil 


353 


8 


362 


.2 


376 





393 


5 


400 


.5 


418 


5 


428 


5 


450 


.3 


488 


1 


511 . 8 


Charles 


263 


2 


277 


.2 


286 


7 


298 


2 


313 


.0 


341 


.6 


385 


9 


397 


.0 


442 





475.5 


Dorchester 


225 


2 


232 


.1 


238 


7 


238 


1 


242 


.1 


254 


2 


265 


5 


271 


.5 


300 


. 9 


312.2 


Frederick 


506 


5 


561 


.0 


585 


3 


628 


5 


667 


.0 


711 


.3 


727 


7 


755 


.8 


776 


.2 


806.0 


Garrett 


182 


8 




A 
• U 


188 





188 





189 


.0 


194 





195 





198 


.0 


227 


.3 


i jZ , D 


Harford 


554 





578 


.0 


629 


5 


675 


5 


713 


.0 


745 


8 


805 


5 


881 


.1 


1,013 


9 


1,148.0 


Howard 


261 





276 


.0 


293 





318 





354 


.0 


379 


.0 


419 


7 


469.0 


480 





553.0 


Kent 


134 


1 


142 


.5 


147 





147 


5 


152.0 


157 


.0 


162.1 


171 


.2 


184 


.0 


186.2 


Montgomery 


2,568 





2,851 


.0 


3,080 





3,349.0 


3,916.0 


4,068 





4,287 


6 


4,712 


.5 


5,061 


6 


5,404.4 


Prince George's 


2,186 


7 


2,365 


.0 


2,620 





2,832 





3,122 


.0 


3,616 


6 


4,079 


9 


4,586 


.6 


5,214 


7 


5,907.0 


Queen Anne's 


150 


5 


153 


.0 


161 





165 


5 


172 


.0 


178 





179 


5 


187 


.0 


194 


5 


223.0 


St. Mary's 


195 


8 


206 


.0 


227 


9 


246 


3 


258 


.1 


276 


6 


306 


5 


335 


.4 


444 


8 


400.0 


Somerset 


174 


5 


178 


.5 


181 





181 





187 


.0 


192 


8 


193 


8 


197 


.2 


200 


2 


201.2 


Talbot 


163 


.0 


168 


.5 


175 


5 


174 





182 


.0 


184 


2 


183 





192 


.0 


207 


4 


227.0 


Washington 


729 


.0 


744 


.9 


757 


4 


759 


9 


773 


.8 


8A3 





839 


5 


918 


.3 


958 


4 


996.8 


Wicomico 


354 


.0 


369 


.0 


388 





403 


8 


423 


.0 


452 


9 


475 


4 


511 


.1 


558 


7 


569.7 


Worcester 


208 


.0 


224 


.0 


238 





238 


9 




. 3 


24 3 


6 


245 


5 


258 


.0 


264 


3 


269.8 



NOTE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

82 



Number of Principals and Teachers (K-6): Maryland Public Schools: 1957-58 - 1966-67 



Local Unit 


1957- 


58 


1958- 


59 


1959-60 


1960-61 


1961-62 


1962-63 


1963-64 


1964- 


55 


1965-66 


1966-67 


Total State 


11,411 


.3 


12,089 


.4 


12,530 


9 


12,976 


9 


13,525 


4 


14,528.0 


15,667 


.7 


16 , 746 


. 5 


18, 355.0 


19,482 . 2 


All6g3ny 


318 


.0 


318 


.0 


309 





299 





296 


.0 


324 


.0 


305 


.0 


312 


.0 


319 . 5 


349 . 


Ann€ Arundel 


745 


.0 


824 


.0 


810 


.0 


915 





1,002 





1,077 


.0 


1,187 





1,341 


.0 


1 ,472 . 8 


1 603.4 


Baltimore City 


3,243 


.5 


3,460.4 


3,513 





3,594 


9 


3,379 





3,663.4 


4,051 


9 


4,148 


.3 


4^481.1 


4,489.4 


Baltimore 


1,650.4 


1,711 


.4 


1,854 





1,938 





2,029 





2,335 


.5 


2,392 


4 


2,464 


.1 


2,619.6 


2,801.5 


Calvert 


80 


.6 


83 


.9 


90 





96 





102 


9 


110 


.2 


112 


.8 


122 


.0 


124 .4 


142 . 7 


Carol ine 


85 


.0 


89 


.5 


88 





87 


5 


90 


.5 


98 


.4 


103 


.6 


91 


.7 


105 .4 


120.3 


Carrnl 1 


193 


.1 


203 


.0 


209 


.0 


208 





199 


8 


235 


.3 


242 


.5 


266 


.0 


297.2 


348 3 


Cecil 


189 


.9 


192 


.4 


195 


2 


204 


3 


211 





221 


.9 


223 


.2 


241 


.4 


253.6 


268.9 


Charles 


132 


.2 


141 


.2 


146 


9 


152 


2 


160 





172 


.6 


196 


.7 


207 


.0 


230.0 


236.5 




112 


.2 


116 


.5 




c 

J 


1 1 o 


J 


115 


5 


124.7 


130 





131 


.0 


152.5 


X . o 


Ft*pHpi* 1 c k 


253 


.0 


277 


.2 


290 


1 


310 


6 


320 


8 


352 


8 


364 


9 


384 


.5 


380 .4 


4?1 S 


Garrett 


101 


.0 


100 


.0 


103 





105 





105 





108 


.0 


106.0 


109.0 


122.8 


123.6 


Harford 


296 


.0 


308 


.0 


330 





343 





363 





382 


.9 


416 


1 


465 


.6 


561.8 


659.6 


Howard 


133 


.0 


143 


.5 


156 





167 





193 





191 


.0 


209 


3 


238 


.0 


237 .0 


227.0 


Kent 


65 


.2 


69 


.8 


71 


5 


72 


5 


75 


6 


77 


.8 


79 


9 


83 


.5 


89.0 


94.0 


Montgomery 


1,519 


.0 


1,649 


.0 


1,742 





1,790 





2,178 





2,145 


6 


2,237 


3 


2,374 


.9 


2,590.8 


2,753.0 


Prince George's 


1,238 


.5 


1,315 


.0 


1,395 





1,466 





1,572 





1,715 


3 


2,093 


5 


2,461 


.5 


2,909.0 


3,284.0 


Queen Anne's 


73 


5 


73 


.5 


79 





82 





84 





87 





89 


5 


93 


.5 


94.5 


103.0 


St. Mary's 


111 


.4 


114 


.5 


122 


9 


128 


1 


125 


8 


136 


7 


156 


5 


177 


.4 


235.8 


200.0 


Somerset 


89 


.0 


91 


.0 


90 





89 





92 





95 


3 


95 


2 


96 


.1 


96.1 


97.1 


Talbot 


82 





84 


.5 


88 


5 


87 


5 


92.0 


93 





95 





98 


.0 


106.2 


110.7 


Washington 


394 


.3 


402 


.7 


392 


3 


389 


9 


388 


5 


420 


1 


415 


6 


453 


.7 


468.0 


476.1 


Wicomico 


193 


9 


201 


.9 


211 





215 





227 





236 


9 


241 


7 


258 


.7 


276.5 


280.3 


Worcester 


111 


6 


118 


.5 


126 





123 


9 


123 





122 


6 


122 


1 


127 


.6 


131 .0 


133.5 



NOTE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

83 



Number of Principals and Teachers (7-12): Maryland Public Schools: 1957-58 - 1966-67 



Local Unit 


1957- 


58 


1958-59 


1959- 


SO 


1960-61 


1961-62 


1962-63 


1963- 


S4 


1964-65 


1965- 


56 


1966-67 


Total State 


9,150 


. 3 


9,828 


.2 


10,795 


.3 


11,655 


.2 


12,406.7 


13,596.9 


14,368 


.6 


15,452 


5 


16,468.9 


17,570.0 


Allegany 


322 


.0 


327 


.0 


336.0 


342 


.0 


355 


.0 


363.0 


374 


.0 


380 


.0 


427 


.0 


414.0 


Anne Arundel 


529 


.0 


602 


.0 


770 


.0 


789 


.0 


844 





913.0 


973 


.0 


1,093 





1 ,139 


.2 


1,235.8 


Dd 1. L Lino L c ^^I.Ly 


^ , J o / 


"> 


2,644 


7 


2,796 


.2 


2,938 





2 , 986 





3 170.4 


3 30fi 


. 6 


3,484 


7 


3,682 


.4 


T HIT? ft 


Baltimore 


1,247 


.4 


1,373 





1,571 


.0 


1,756 





1,881 





2^116.4 


2,323 


. 1 


2,490 


7 


2,609 


.8 


2,766.8 


Calvert 


62 


.7 


64 


.8 


71 


.0 


79 


.0 


84 


1 


90.1 


96 


.1 


99 


8 


102 


.5 


116.5 


Caroline 


89 


.5 


90 


.0 


101 


.0 


109 





111 





113.4 


118 


.5 


135 


1 


141 


. 2 


133.4 


Carroll 


218 


.0 


253 


.0 


235 


.0 


243 





263 


.0 


257.7 


267 


.2 


278 


6 


284 


.8 


303.3 






_ 9 


169 


8 


180 


.8 


189 


2 


189 


5 


196 . 6 


205 


.3 


208 


9 


234 


_ 5 


?47 9 


Charles 


131 


.0 


136 





139 


.8 


146 





153 





169.0 


189 


.2 


190 





212 


.0 


239.0 


Dorchester 


113 


.0 


115.6 


120 


.2 


125 


6 


126 


6 


129.5 


135 


.5 


140 


5 


148 


.4 


153.4 


Frederick 


253 


.5 


283 


8 


295 


.2 


317 


9 


346 


2 


358.5 


362 


.8 


371 


3 


395 


.8 


384.5 


Garrett 


81 


. 8 


84 





85 


.0 


83 





84 





86.0 


89 


.0 


89 





104 


.5 


109.0 


Harford 


258 


.0 


270 





299 


.5 


332 


5 


350 





362.9 


389 


.4 


415 


5 


452 


.1 


488.4 


Howard 


128 


.0 


132 


5 


137 


.0 


151 





161 





188.0 


210 


.4 


231 





243 


.0 


326.0 


Kent 


68 


.9 


72 


7 


75 


.5 


75 





76 


4 


79.2 


82 


.2 


87 


7 


95 


.0 


92.2 


Montgomery 


1,049 


.0 


1,202 





1,338.0 


1,559 





1,738 





1,922.4 


2,050 


.3 


2,337 


6 


2,470 


.8 


2,651.4 


Prince George's 


948 


.2 


1,050 





1,225 


.0 


1,366.0 


1,550 





1,901.3 


1,986.4 


2,125 


1 


2,305 


.7 


2,623.0 


Queen Anne' s 


77 


.0 


79 


5 


82 


.0 


83 


5 


88 





91.0 


90 


.0 


93 


5 


100 


.0 


120.0 


St. Mary's 


84 


.4 


91 


5 


105 


.0 


118 


2 


132 


3 


139.9 


150 


.0 


158 





209 


.0 


200.0 


Somerset 


85 


.5 


87 


5 


91 


.0 


92 





95,0 


97.5 


98 


.6 


101 


1 


104 


.1 


104.1 


Talbot 


81 


.0 


84 





87 


.0 


86 


5 


90.0 


91.2 


88 


.0 


94 





101 


.2 


116.3 


Washington 


334 


.7 


342 


2 


365 


. 1 


370 





385 


3 


422.9 


423 


.9 


464 


6 


490 


.4 


520.7 


Wicomico 


160 


.1 


167 


1 


177 


.0 


188 


8 


196 





216.0 


233 


.7 


252 


4 


282 


.2 


289.4 


Worcester 


96 


.4 


105 


5 


112 


.0 


115 


(J 


121 


J 


121.0 


123 


4 


130 


4 


133 


.3 


136.3 



NOTE: Beginning with 1965-66 aides are excluded. 



TABLE 

84 



Positions in All Functions: Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


All 

Personnel 
Grand 
Total 


All 
Instruc- 
tional 
Personnel 














Pos it ions 


in Functions Other Than Instructional 














Total 


Super- 
intendents 

and 
Associates 
or 

Assistant 

Super- 
intendents 


Directors 
and 
Supervisors 


Other 
Adrain- 
istrative 
or 

Supervisory 
Positions 


Pupil 
Personnel* 


Health 
Services* 


Food 
Services* 


Operation 
of 
Plant* 


Mainte- 
nance 
of Plant* 


Transpor- 
tation*/ 


Office 
and 
Clerical 
Stafff 


Total State 


54,600 


8 


40,808 


5 


11,287 


4 


45 





111 


3 


206 





283 


5 


160 





301 


3 


6,507 


3 


1 ,348 


3 


1 ,293 





1,031.7 


Allegany 


1 ,074 





838 





202 





2 





3 





3 


Q 


5 





2 










159 


t; 
J 


o 
o 




o 


{\ 
u 


9.0 


Anne Arundel 


4 080 


4 


3 , 235 


9 


567 


5 


2 


Q 


Q 

o 


]^ 


14 


Q 




o 
o 










JOG 


•) 
J 




7 


"x 

J J 


U 


58.6 


Baltimore City 


12,664 





9,112 





3,107 





8 





35 





49 





83 


7 


1 


3 






2,159 


5 


332 


5 


53 





385.0 


Baltimore 


8,067 


7 


6,116 


7 


1,536 


9 


3 





8 





21 


9 


29 





43 





7 





994 





168 


3 


168 


2 


94.5 


Calvert 


380 


9 


299 


5 


59 


2 


1 





3 





3 


5 


3 


9 


1 


2 





8 


28 


4 


12 





1 





4.4 


Caroline 


348 


1 


286 


2 


48 


8 


1 













2 












1 


35 


6 


4 


6 


1 





4.5 


Carroll 


875 


6 


735 


6 


101 





2 









2 





5 













53 





1 





1 





37 . 


Cecil 


729 


3 


587 


2 


104 


6 


2 





2 





3 





3 





1 








7 


63 


9 


16 





2 


5 


10.5 


Charles 


741 


7 


516 


5 


191 


2 


1 





1 





10 


2 


4 









83 





74 





8 





2 





8.0 


Dorchester 


389 


1 


327 


5 


54 


3 


2 









2 





2 





2 









30 


6 


8 





3 





4.7 


Frederick 


1,239 


5 


916 


5 


255 


5 


1 





3 





8 


5 


4 





3 





2 





114 





17 





94 





9.0 


Garrett 


313 


9 


249 


8 


57 


3 


1 





1 


6 






1 





3 


5 


2 


2 


39 





2 


5 


2 





4.5 


Harford 


1,559 


3 


1,242 


8 


246 


7 


2 





1 





5 


7 


6 





6 









121 


1 


60 


1 


23 





21.8 


Howard 


756 





626 


5 


70 





2 









1 





4 













46 





7 





2 





8.0 


Kent 


325 


6 


230 


3 


80 


5 


1 





1 


5 


1 





1 


5 


2 





36 


5 


20 


5 


6 


5 


4 





6.0 


Montgomery 


8,013 


2 


5,876 





1,751 


8 


3 





33 





63 





60 


8 






1 





821 


5 


257 


5 


321 


3 


190.7 


Prince George's 


8,898 





6,354 





2,149.0 


2 





8 





11 





34 





87 





90 





986 





301 





522 





108.0 


Queen Anne's 


302 


9 


246 


8 


39 


1 


1 


3 









7 


1 













23 





5 





3 





5.1 


St. Mary's 


629 


4 


441 


2 


157 





1 


5 


1 


2 


1 





5 


3 


2 





71 





51 





8 





2 





14.0 


Somerset 


257 


7 


211 


7 


40 


5 


1 













1 













28 





7 





1 





2.5 


Talbot 


329 


6 


265 


3 


57 





1 









3 





1 


5 


1 





1 





39 


5 


3 





1 





6.0 


Washington 


1,394 


4 


1,073 


1 


263 





1 


2 


1 


1 


1 





6 









1 





157 


2 


29 


3 


42 





24.2 


Wicomico 


889 


1 


729 


8 


109 


5 


2 








8 





5 


2 





5 





1 





73 


2 


12 


5 


1 





11.5 


Worcester 


341 


4 


289 


6 


38 





1 









1 





1 













20 


5 


8 


3 


2 





4.2 



♦Includes supervisory personnel serving this function, 
/includes school bus drivers where local units own buses. 
7Serving all functions other than instruction. 



TABLE 

85 



Positions in Instructional Function (K-12): Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



T rto a 1 TTn 4 t- 


All 

Instructional 
Personnel 
Grand 
Total* 


Professional Staff 


Aides 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents 
Directors 
or 

Supervisors 


Principals 
and 
Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
selors 


Audio- 
visual 

1 aVLIIICl 


Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 




40,808 


5 


37,626 


6 


574 


4 


1,817 


3 


33,523 


3 


752 


7 


870 


9 


3.0 


85 





D / / . U 


nil cgany 


838 





776 





13 





33 





706 





12 





12 





- 






OR n 


rtnnc /^LUnaci 


3 , 235 


9 


2,891 


6 


52 


4 


126 


9 


2,584.4 


70 





49 


7 




g 


2 


fi7 1 


Baltimore City 


9,112 





8,469.0 


176 





364 





7.557 





105 





228 





- 


39 





198.0 


Baltimore 


6,116 


7 


5,634 


4 


66 


1 


289 


5 


4,944 


4 


167 





150 


4 


- 


17 





68.2 


Calvert 


299 


5 


263 


7 


4 


5 


15 


2 


232 


8 


5 


2 


5 





- 


1 





13.6 


L>aro 1 inc 


286 


2 


257 


3 


3 


6 


12 


8 


227 


2 


7 


5 


5 


8 


- 





4 


1 S R 
1 ^ ■ o 


Carrol 1 


735 


6 


662 


6 


11 





31 


6 


583 


8 


20 


8 


13 


4 




2 







Cecil 


587 


2 


519 


8 


8 





29 





455 


5 


11 





15 


3 


1.0 






29.9 


Charles 


516 


5 


482 


5 


7 





25 





433 


5 


7 





10 





- 








Dorchester 


327 


5 


318 


2 


6 





10 


5 


291 


7 


6 


5 


3 


5 


- 








Freder ick 


916 


5 


822 





16 





46 





708 





31 





18 





1.0 


2 







Garrett 


249 


8 


237 


2 


4 


6 


21 


3 


207 


3 


2 





2 











5 . 8 


Harford 


1,242 


8 


1,169 





21 





57 





1,045 


6 


28 





16 





1.0 





4 


4.0 


Howard 


626 


5 


567 





14 





39 





493 





6 





15 













Kent 


230 


3 


191 


5 


5 


3 


11 


2 


161 


3 


6 





7 


7 








24.0 


Montgomery 


5,876 





5,466 


6 


62 


2 


264 





4,891 


9 


124 





120 


5 




4 





24.0 


Prince George's 


6,354 





5,959 





52 





304 





5,360 





96 





137 







10 







Queen Anne's 


246 


8 


229 


8 


6 


8 


15 





198 





5 





5 













St. Mary's 


441 


2 


406 





6 





28 





353 





8 





10 







1 





4.0 


Somerset 


211 


7 


204 


2 


3 





18 





177 


2 


3 





3 











2.0 


Talbot 


265 


3 


231 





4 





4 





214 





4.0 


5 











27.0 


Washington 


1,073 


1 


1,011 


8 


15 





34 


8 


927 





13 





22 











3.0 


Wicomico 


729 


8 


581 


6 


11 


9 


24 





524 


9 


9 


2 


11 


6 








98.4 


Worcester 


289 


6 


274 


8 


5 





13 


5 


245 


8 


5 


5 


5 











1.0 



*Includes secretaries and clerks. 



TABLE 

86 



Positions in Instructional Function (K-6): Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



Local Unit 


All 
Elementary 
Instructional 
Personnel 
Grand 
Total* 


Professional Staff 


Aides 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents 
Directors 
or 

Supervisors 


Pr inc ipals 
and 
Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Gu idance 
Coun- 
selors 


Aud io- 
visual 
Personnel 


Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 


Total State 


21,577 


2 


19,760 


6 


278 


4 


1,111 


4 


17,836 


4 


392 


4 


93 


4 


1.0 


47 


6 


555.0 


Allegany 


396 





356 





7 





18 





330 





1 















24.0 


Anne Arundel 


1,834 


1 


1,623 


1 


19 


7 


95 


6 


1,458 


1 


41 


4 


4 


2 




4 


1 


60.0 


Baltimore City 


4,936 


4 


4,590.4 


101 





227 





4,135 





63 





41 





- 


23 


4 


127.0 


Baltimore 


3,045 


2 


2,825 


3 


23 


8 


181 


5 


2,480 


1 


97 





34 


4 




8 


5 


47 .0 


Calvert 


168 


9 


145 


2 


2 


5 


10 


7 


127 


3 


2 


7 


1 







1 





13.6 


Caroline 


144 


9 


122 


4 


2 


1 


5 


6 


110 


8 


3 


5 











4 


15.8 


Carroll 


405 


5 


352 


6 


4 


3 


15 





317 


7 


12 


6 


2 







1 





34.0 


Cecil 


321 


3 


272 


4 


3 


5 


16 





243 


8 


4 


5 


4 


1 


0.5 






29.9 


Charles 


258 





239 





2 


5 


16 





216 


5 


3 





1 













Dorchester 


165 


1 


162 


8 


4 





4 





152 


8 


2 















2.0 


Frederick 


477 





430 





8 


5 


27 


5 


374 





19 











1 





18.0 


Garrett 


132 


7 


125 


9 


2 


3 


17 


3 


106 


3 
















5.8 


Harford 


712 


5 


670 


6 


11 





38 





599 


9 


20 





1 





0.5 





2 


4.0 


Howard 


255 





230 





3 





24 





203 





















Kent 


123 


1 


97 





3 





6 





83 


3 


2 





2. 


7 








19.5 


Montgomery 


3,000 


6 


2,784 


1 


31 


1 


151 





2,528 





72 











2 





24.0 


Prince George' s 


3,550 





3,310 





26 





182 





3,052 





44 











6 







Queen Anne's 


112 


3 


105 


8 


2 


8 


9 





94 





















St. Mary's 


224 


6 


202 


4 


2 


4 


16 





184 



















4.0 


Somerset 


100 


9 


98 


6 


1 


5 


11 





86 


1 
















2.0 


Talbot 


138 





112 


7 


2 









110 


7 
















22.0 


Washington 


518 


1 


482 


5 


6 


4 


20 


8 


455 


3 
















3.0 


Wicomico 


412 


6 


285 


8 


5 


5 


12 


4 


262 


7 


3 


2 


2 











98.4 


Worcester 


144 


4 


136 





2 


5 


7 





125 





1 


5 












1.0 



*Includes secretaries and clerks. 



TABLE 

87 



Positions in Instructional Function (7-12): Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1966-67 



T OP a 1 TTn i ^ 


All 
Secondary 
Instruc tional 
Personnel 
Grand 
Total* 


1 Professional Staff 


Aides 


Total 


Assistant 

Super- 
intendents 
Directors 
or 

Supervisors 


Principals, 
and 
Vice 
Principals 


Teachers 


Librar- 
ians 


Guidance 
Coun- 
selors 


Audio- 
visual 
Personnel 


Psycho- 
logical 
Personnel 




19,231 


3 


17,866 





296 





705 


9 


15,686 


9 


360 


3 


777 


5 


2.0 


37 


4 


122.0 




442 





420 





6 





15 





376 





11 





12 











4 




1 ,401 


8 


1 , 268 


5 


32 


7 


31 


3 


1 , 126 


3 


28 


6 


45 


5 




4 




7 T 


Baltimore City 


4,175 


6 


3,878 


6 


75 





137 





3,422 





42 





187 





- 


15 


6 


71.0 


Bal t imore 


3,071 


5 


2,809 


1 


42 


3 


108 





2,464 


3 


70 





116 





- 


8 


5 


21.2 


\> d i V C 1 L 


130 


6 


118 


5 


2 





4 


5 


105 


5 


2 


5 


4 





- 




- 






141 


3 


134 


9 


1 


5 


7 


2 


116 


4 


4 





5 


8 


- 








Vy d I 1 U X X 


330 


1 


310 





6 


7 


16 


6 


266 


1 


8 


2 


11 


4 




1 







Cecil 


265 


9 


247 


4 


4 


5 


13 





211 


7 


6 


5 


11 


2 


0.5 






- 


Charles 


258 


5 


243 


5 


4 


5 


9 





217 





4 





9 





- 






- 




162 


4 


155 


4 


2 





6 


5 


138 


9 


4 


5 


3 


5 


- 








r L cue r K 


439 


5 


392 





7 


5 


18 


5 


334 





12 





18 





1.0 


1 







Garrett 


117 


1 


111 


3 


2 


3 


4 





101 





2 





2 













Harford 


530 


3 


498 


4 


10 





19 





445 


7 


8 





15 





0.5 





2 




Howard 


371 


5 


337 





11 





15 





290 





6 





15 













Kent 


107.2 


94 


5 


2 


3 


5 


2 


78 





4 





5 











4.5 


Montgomery 


2,875 


4 


2,682 


5 


31 


1 


113 





2,363 


9 


52 





120 


5 




2 







Prince George s 


2,804 





2,649 





26 





122 





2,308 





52 





137 







4. 







Queen Anne ' s 


134 


5 


124 





4 





6 





104 





5 





5 













St. Mary's 


216 


6 


203 


6 


3 


6 


12 





169 





8 





10 







1. 







Somerset 


110 


8 


105 


6 


1 


5 


7 





91 


1 


3 





3 













Talbot 


127 


3 


118 


3 


2 





4 





103 


3 


4 





5 











5.0 


Washington 


555 





529 


3 


8 


6 


14 





471 


7 


13 





22 













Wicomico 


317 


2 


295 


8 


6 


4 


11 


6 


262 


2 


6 





9 


6 










Worcester 


145 


2 


138 


8 


2 


5 


6 


5 


120 


8 


4 





5 














"Includes secretaries and clerks. 



TABLE 

88 



Secretarial and Clerical Positions in Instructional Function (K-12): Local Public School Systems: State of Maryland: 1966-67 









Grades 


(K-12) 








Grades 


CK-6) 








Grades 


(7-12 


) 


Local Unit 






Central 


In 








Central 


In 








Central 


In 




Total 


Office 


Schools 


Total 


Office 


Schools 


Total 


Office 


Schools 


Total State 


2,504 


9 


427 


.5 


2,077 


4 


1,261 


6 


193 


.7 


1,067 


9 


1,243 


3 


233 


.8 


1 ,009 . 5 


Allegany 


34 





8 


.0 


26 





16 





4 


.0 


12 





18 





4 


.0 


14 .0 


Anne Arundel 


277 





37 


.0 


240 





151 





20 


.0 


131 





126 





17 


.0 


109 .0 


Baltimore City 


445 





114 


.0 


331 





219 





61 


.0 


158 





226 





53 


.0 


173.0 


Baltimore 


414 


1 


49 


.5 


364 


6 


172 


9 


19 


.0 


153 


9 


241 


2 


30 


.5 


210.7 


Calvert 


22 


2 


2 


.2 


20 





10 


1 


1 


. 7 


8 


4 


12 


1 





.5 


11.6 


Carol ine 


13 


1 


3 


.5 


9 


6 


6 


7 


2 


.7 


4 





6 


4 





.8 


5 . 6 


Larroi 1 


39 





3 


.0 


36 





18 


9 


1 


.5 


17 


4 


20 


1 


1 


.5 


18.6 


Cecil 


37 


5 


6 


.0 


31 


5 


19 





3 


.0 


16 





18 


5 


3 


.0 


15.5 


Charles 


34 





5 


.0 


29 





19 





2 


.0 


17 





15 





3 


.0 


12.0 


Dorchester 


7 


3 


1 


.3 


6 








3 





.3 






7 





1 


.0 


6 . 


Frederick 


67 


5 


21 


.5 


46 





29 





3 


.0 


26 





38 


5 


18 


.5 


20 . 


Garrett 


6 


8 


2 


.0 


4 


8 


1 








.7 





3 


5 


8 


1 


. 3 




Harford 


69 


8 


3 


.8 


66 





37 


9 


1 


.9 


36 





31 


9 


1 


.9 


30.0 


Howard 


59 


5 


9 


.5 


50 





25 





1 


.0 


24 





34 


5 


8 


.5 


26.0 


Kent 


14 


8 


5 


.8 


9 





6 


6 


2 


.3 


4 


3 


8 


2 


3 


.5 


4.7 


Montgomery 


385 


4 


85 





300 


4 


192 


5 


42 


.5 


150 





192 


9 


42 


.5 


150.4 


Prince George's 


395 





50 





345 





240 





16 


.0 


224 





155 





34 


.0 


121.0 


Queen Anne's 


17 





1 





16 





6 


5 





.5 


6 





10 


5 





.5 


10.0 


St. Mary's 


31 


2 


4 


2 


27 





18 


2 


4 


. 2 


14 





13 









13.0 


Somerset 


5 


5 





5 


5 








3 





3 






5 


2 





2 


5.0 


Talbot 


7 


3 






7 


3 


3 


3 






3 


3 


4 









4.0 


Washington 


58 


3 


9 


3 


49 





32 


6 


4 


6 


28 





25 


7 


4 


7 


21.0 


Wicomico 


49 


8 


4 


6 


45 


2 


28 


4 


1 


1 


27 


3 


21 


4 


3 


5 


17.9 


Worcester 


13 


8 





8 


13 





7 


4 





4 







6 


4 





-+ 


6.0 



TABLE 

89 



Number of Maryland Public Elementary Schools by Size of Staff: 1966-67 



Number of 
Teachers 

and 
Principals 


Total State 


Allegany 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert || 


Caroline 


Carroll 


Cecil 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


Howard 




Montgomery 


Prince ; s 


Queen Anne's || 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


Talbot 


Washington 


Wicomico 


Worcester 


Total State 


910 


29 


68 


158 


102 


12 


6 


17 


16 


13 


17 


24 


17 


24 


12 


9 


118 


147 


9 


17 


16 


12 


34 


20 


13 


1.0 - 1.9 


6 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


2.0 - 2.9 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


3 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


2 


- 


1 


3.0 - 3.9 


26 


2 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


2 


1 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


2 


1 


3 


- 


1 


2 


4 


4.0 - 4.9 


14 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


2 


1 


5.0 - 5.9 


14 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


- 


2 


- 


- 


6.0 - 6.9 


23 


- 


1 


4 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


1 


1 


3 


7 


- 


2 


- 


7.0 - 7.9 


15 


- 


1 


3 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


1 


2 


1 


- 


8.0 - 8.9 


26 


6 


5 


1 


1 


3 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


3 


- 


- 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


9.0 - 9.9 


25 


4 


- 


1 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


- 


1 


- 


- 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


- 


10.0 - 10.9 


23 


3 


2 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


4 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


11.0 - 11.9 


22 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


4 


1 


- 


- 


2 


2 


12.0 - 12.9 


25 


2 


L 


4 




1 






1 


1 




1 








- 


5 


5 


1 








2 




1 


13.0 - 13.9 


22 






6 


1 




1 




2 




1 




1 




1 


1 


4 








1 




2 


1 




14.0 - 14.9 


32 


1 


7 


2 


1 




1 


2 


3 






1 


1 






- 


3 


7 


1 


1 




1 








15.0 - 15.9 


32 




2 


5 


4 






1 












1 




- 


6 


8 


1 


1 




2 


1 






16.0 - 16.9 


33 




3 


2 


4 






2 








1 






2 


1 


7 


5 




1 


1 




3 




1 


17.0 - 17.9 


44 


2 


2 


4 


4 


1 




2 


2 




1 


2 




1 




- 


9 


7 


1 


2 






2 


1 




18,0 - 18.9 


27 


1 


2 


4 


1 








1 














- 


6 


7 










2 


2 




19.0 - 19.9 


33 


1 


1 


4 


1 








1 


2 




3 


1 


1 




- 


8 


4 




1 






2 


1 


1 


20.0 - 20.9 


28 


1 


1 


4 


1 








2 
















7 


9 










2 






Tin 1 1 Q 


36 




2 


9 


3 






2 






1 


1 




2 






9 


6 
















22,0 - 22.9 


30 




3 


4 


4 








1 










1 






8 


5 










1 




2 


23.0 - 23,9 


34 




1 


4 


9 


















2 






7 


10 
















24,0 - 24.9 


27 




1 


6 


4 














1 








1 


2 


11 
















25.0 - 25.9 


31 




1 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 






I 










3 


10 










1 


2 




26.0 - 26.9 


20 




3 


1 


6 




1 










1 




1 








6 












1 




27.0 - 27.9 


28 




3 


5 


6 






1 












4 






3 


6 
















28.0 - 28.9 


29 




3 


2 


4 






2 




1 








2 






5 


10 
















29.0 - 29.9 


24 




5 


7 


5 














1 




1 






3 


1 










1 






30.0 - 30.9 


19 


1 


2 


5 


6 














1 












4 
















31.0 - 31.9 


24 




2 


12 


4 




1 














1 






2 


2 
















32.0 - 32.9 


27 




4 


11 


5 














1 










3 


3 
















33,0 - 33,9 


13 


1 


1 


2 


3 










1 














3 


2 
















34.0 - 34.9 


14 






4 


3 


















1 






5 


1 
















35.0 and over 


72 




6 


34 


15 






1 




1 


1 


1 




4 






4 


4 












1 





TABLE 

90 



Number of Maryland Public Secondary Schools by Size of Staff: 1966-67 



Number of 
Teachers 

and 
Principals 


Total State 


Allegany || 


Anne Arundel 


Baltimore City 


Baltimore 


Calvert | 


Caroline | 


Carroll 


1— t 

O 


Charles 


Dorchester 


Frederick 


Garrett 


Harford 


U 
(13 
3 
o 

■X 


u 
C 
0) 

u. 


Montgomery 


Prince George's 


Queen Anne's 


St. Mary's 


Somerset 


4J 

o 

-O 

•— 1 

to 

H 


Washington 




u 

E 
o 
o 


Worcester 




312 


11 


15 


54 


35 


3 


5 


9 


7 


6 


5 


9 


5 


8 


7 


4 


39 


44 


5 


6 


7 


4 


13 


7 


4 




3 
























2 
















1 












1 
























1 




























3 






2 








1 




































7.0 - 8.9 


7 




1 


1 




1 




1 




1 






















2 










9.0 - 10.9 


3 


1 






- 




2 








- 


- 


- 


- 






- 


- 


- 


- 






- 




- 


11.0 - 12.9 


4 






1 






























1 








1 








7 


2 




1 














1 


1 








X 




1 
















15.0 - 16.9 


7 






3 






























2 


1 












17.0 - 18. 9 


1 






1 












































19.0 - 20.9 


9 






2 














1 












1 






1 


1 




1 


2 




21.0 - 22 .9 


6 


















1 












1 






1 


1 


1 




1 






23.0 - 24.9 


4 






2 


































1 


1 








25.0 - 29.9 


16 


1 




1 








3 






1 












1 








1 


1 


4 




2 


30.0 - 34.9 


20 


2 


1 


1 




1 


1 




1 






1 






3 


1 


2 


3 








1 


2 






35.0 - 39.9 


17 


1 




3 






2 


1 


2 




1 








1 






4 








1 


1 






40.0 - 44.9 


30 


2 




1 










3 


1 


1 


4 


1 


1 






4 


7 




2 






1 




2 


45.0 - 49.9 


21 






2 








1 




3 








1 


2 




3 


9 
















50.0 - 54.9 


14 




1 


2 








1 








1 




1 






2 


4 




1 








1 




55.0 - 59.9 


21 






2 


2 














1 




3 






5 


5 












3 




60.0 - 64.9 


14 






1 


5 


1 




1 














1 




3 


1 


1 














65.0 - 69.9 


15 






1 


6 
















1 


1 






4 


2 
















70.0 - 74.9 


13 


2 


2 


1 


5 
























3 


















75.0 - 79.9 


8 




1 




4 
























1 


1 










1 






80.0 - 84.9 


9 




1 


2 


4 
























2 


















85.0 - 89.9 


11 




2 


2 


3 


















1 






1 


1 










1 






90.0 - 94.9 


8 




1 


4 


1 
























2 


















95.0 - 99.9 


9 




4 


2 


1 














1 










1 


















100.0 and over 


31 




1 


16 


4 
























4 


6 

















TABLE 

91 



Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: 

State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 





















Other 








































Foreign 


Soc ial 


Mathe- 






Business 


Arts 




English 


Latin 


French 


Spanish 


Lan 




Studies 


matics 


Science 


Education 


and 


Local Unit 


















guages 


















Crafts 




Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 




of 




of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 


of 




of 




T 


s 


T 


s 


T 


s 


T 


s 


T 


s 


T 


s 


T 


s 


T 


s 


T 


s 


T 


s 


Total State 


3 243 


304 


119 


111 


536 


252 


266 


165 


*f 53 




2 490 


304 


1 , 994 


305 


1 ,896 


283 


1 037 


192 


79 


59 


Al legany 


86 


12 


4 


3 


12 


9 


4 


3 




- 


66 


12 


56 


12 


48 


12 


39 


8 


8 


6 


Anne Arundel 


297 


15 





o 




1 1 
i J 




c 

J 




-A- 2 


2 I J 


1 c 

1 D 


135 


15 


136 


1 5 


85 


9 


5 


3 


Baltimore City 


C Q 7 
JO/ 


4 7 


1 1 


1 




17 






1 J 


-'-1 1 




LI 


lOI 

jy2 


A 7 


lA 7 


A t. 


235 


50 






Baltimore 




1 ^ 
J J 


10 


1 £ 
lo 


OA 






3 J 


¥ 1 1 
"11 






3 J 


301 


36 


318 


1 5 


124 


19 


4 


2 


Calvert 


25 


3 


1 


1 


3 


2 










22 


3 


1 3 


3 


13 


3 


' 


1 


\ 


\ 


Carol ine 


28 


5 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 






21 


5 


16 


5 


17 


5 


10 


3 






Carroll 


61 


10 


1 


1 


8 


7 


1 


1 






52 


10 


43 


10 


39 


10 


24 


6 


4 


4 


Cecil 


39 


6 


1 


1 


3 


3 


2 


2 






38 


6 


31 


6 


34 


6 


19 


5 


6 


6 


Charles 


48 


6 


1 


1 


7 


4 










39 


6 


25 


6 


29 


6 


19 


3 




3 


Dorchester 


32 


5 


2 


2 


6 


2 










31 


5 


24 


5 


25 


5 


16 


3 


4 


3 


Frederick 


78 


9 


5 


5 


10 


8 


4 


4 






66 


9 


49 


9 


48 


9 


32 


7 


10 


6 


Garrett 


25 


5 






3 


2 










20 


5 


16 


5 


16 


5 


11 


2 


5 


4 


Harford 


125 


8 


4 


4 


12 


7 


6 


3 






115 


8 


62 


8 


65 


8 


36 


5 


5 


3 


Howard 


50 


7 


3 


3 


10 


7 


7 


5 






43 


7 


36 


7 


32 


7 


14 


3 


2 


2 


Kent 


16 


4 


2 


2 


6 


4 










15 


4 


20 


4 


14 


4 


11 


4 






Montgomery 


528 


38 


36 


30 


127 


38 


47 


26 


ru 


r 8 


340 


38 


316 


38 


306 


38 


102 


17 


8 


4 


Prince George's 


485 


44 


11 


11 


79 


43 


73 


43 




r 9 


271 


44 


255 


44 


210 


44 


141 


16 


2 


2 


Queen Anne's 


24 


5 






3 


1 


1 


1 






20 


5 


11 


5 


14 


5 


6 


1 


5 


4 


St. Mary's 


30 


6 


1 


1 


4 


3 


3 


3 






26 


6 


24 


6 


22 


6 


14 


3 






Somerset 


19 


7 






5 


5 










21 


7 


22 


7 


22 


7 


15 


7 


1 


1 


Talbot 


24 


4 


1 


1 


4 


4 










18 


4 


14 


4 


15 


4 


11 


4 






Washington 


106 


13 


8 


5 


9 


7 


4 


J 






90 


13 


76 


13 


67 


13 


33 


7 


1 


1 


Wicomico 


60 


6 


4 


4 


7 


6 


6 


4 






48 


6 


36 


6 


39 


6 


21 


5 


4 


4. 


Worcester 


25 


4 






5 


4 










26 


4 


21 




20 


4 


12 


4 







NOTE: T - Teachers; S - Schools 



*German 

/includes 7 teachers and 5 schools teaching German and 4 teachers and 4 schools teaching Russian in Baltimore County; 10 teachers and 7 schools teaching German 
and 1 teacher and 1 school teaching Russian in Montgomery County; 10 teachers and 5 schools teaching German and 4 teachers and 4 schools teaching Russian in 
Prince George's County. 



TABLE 

91 



Number of Different Individuals Teaching and Number of Public High Schools Offering Each Subject: 

State of Maryland: Fall of 1966 





































Adminis- 




















Agri- 


Home 


Physical 


1 ndustr ial 


Driver 


Spec ial 


tration , 












Art 


Mus ic 


culture 


Eco- 


Educa- 


Work 


Edu- 


Edu- 


Super- 


Guidance 


Library 


Local Unit 














nomics 


t ion 






cation 


cat ion 


vision 












Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 


Number 




of 


o 


f 


of 


of 


of 




of 




of 


of 


of 


of 


of 




T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


T 


S 


Total State 


576 


270 


760 


304 


64 


52 


756 


290 


1,446 


306 


1,284 


373 


149 


104 


538 


171 


775 


362 


812 


297 


390 


304 


Allegany 


1 2 


9 


22 


12 


1 


1 


2/ 


1 1 


35 


12 


35 


15 


7 


6 


10 


6 


28 


12 


1 3 


10 


1 2 


9 


Anne Arundel 


51 


15 




1 C 

Lj 


1 


1 


49 


14 


Q 1 




jy 


1 Q 


1 


1 


26 


15 


46 


16 


4 7 


15 


26 


15 


Baltimore City 


124 


44 


121 


53 


- 


- 


180 


44 


253 


48 


386 


56 


- 


- 


288 


41 


134 


103 


189 


49 


62 


57 


Baltimore 


92 


35 


120 


35 


1 


1 


102 


35 


231 


35 


149 


48 


21 


16 


49 


28 


108 


36 


117 


36 


70 


35 


Calvert 


3 


2 


4 


3 


1 


1 


4 


2 


10 


3 


3 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


7 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


Caroline 


6 


5 


Q 

o 


5 


2 


1 


6 


5 




5 


1 1 


6 


3 


2 






10 


5 


10 


5 


5 


5 


Carroll 


9 


7 


23 


10 


4 


4 


15 


9 


32 


10 


23 


10 






1 


1 


20 


10 


13 


7 


11 


10 


Cecil 


6 


6 


9 


6 


2 


2 


10 


6 


26 


6 


23 


8 


5 


4 


8 


6 


12 


6 


11 


7 


6 


6 


Charles 


2 


2 


10 


6 


4 


3 


11 


6 


20 


6 


13 


7 


2 


2 


4 


3 


13 


6 


10 


6 


7 


6 


Dorchester 


3 


2 


9 


4 


o 


2 


6 


4 


17 


5 


6 


3 


2 


2 


2 


1 


12 


5 


5 


3 


5 


4 


Frederick 


14 


9 


28 


9 


7 


5 


19 


9 


42 


9 


26 


10 


8 


8 


4 


3 


20 


9 


20 


9 


11 


9 


Garrett 


1 


1 


5 


2 


2 


2 


5 


2 


12 


5 


14 


5 


2 


2 






7 


4 


2 


2 


3 


3 


Harford 


11 


7 


23 


8 


4 


2 


21 


8 


41 


8 


37 


12 


6 


5 


14 


8 


21 


9 


18 


8 


8 


8 


Howard 


10 


7 


17 


7 






14 


7 


23 


7 


19 


9 






10 


7 


16 


7 


15 


7 


8 


7 


Kent 


5 


4 


8 


4 


2 


2 


5 


4 


10 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


1 


6 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


Montgomery 


87 


38 


87 


39 


7 


5 


81 


39 


229 


39 


195 


63 


31 


17 


39 


15 


113 


38 


127 


39 


51 


38 


Prince George's 


98 


43 


126 


43 


5 


5 


138 


43 


233 


44 


174 


51 


31 


16 


48 


19 


120 


44 


140 


44 


52 


43 


Queen Anne's 


2 


2 


7 


5 


1 


1 


6 


5 


12 


5 


13 


2 


4 


1 






7 


5 


8 


5 


8 


5 


St. Mary's 


7 


6 


13 


6 


2 


1 


9 


6 


17 


6 


11 


7 


2 


2 


4 


i 


13 


6 


10 


6 


7 


6 


Somerset 


2 


2 


5 


5 


2 


2 


4 


4 


16 


7 


3 


3 










8 


6 


5 


4 


4 


4 


Talbot 


4 


2 


8 


4 


2 


2 


6 


4 


10 


4 


7 


4 


3 


3 


7 


2 


8 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


Washington 


15 


12 


32 


13 


6 


4 


27 


13 


40 


13 


42 


15 


8 


6 


12 


7 


24 


13 


23 


13 


13 


13 


Wicomico 


8 


6 


12 


6 


3 


2 


10 


6 


20 


6 


25 


10 


6 


4 


6 


4 


13 


7 


11 


7 


6 


6 


Worcester 


4 


4 


8 


4 


3 


3 


6 


4 


12 


4 


6 


4 


3 


3 






9 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 



NOTE: T - Teachers; S - Schools. 



TABLE 

92 



Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1957-58 - 1966-67 



Type of Certificate 


1 7 J / —JO 


1 Q '^ft- "^Q 
i 7 JO — J 7 


1 7 J 7 — 


1 70U— O I 


1 Qfil -fi9 
i 70 1 — o z 


1 7 D ^ ~0 J 


i 7D J ~0*+ 


1 70H~0 J 




1 700~U / 


Grand Total 


1,116 


1 , 191 


1 , 302 


1 , 386 


1,673 


1 , 879 


1 , 988 


2 ,258 




772 ,737 


— 

r2 ,448 


Elementary 


511 


501 


553 


561 


677 


740 


7 32 


837 


1 ,016 


1 ,054 


Secondary 


605 


690 


9 


o o c 




1 1 Q Q 

i , 1 


1 , z!)o 


1 /. T 1 
1,4^1 


^1 con 
71 , DO/ 


r 1 , 3 94 


Agriculture 




o 
o 


l.d 


i i 


1 c 

i J 


7 


J 


/ 


o 


r 
J 


Art 


22 


24 


23 


29 


45 


57 


79 


101 


87 


68 


Business Education 





Z J 


J J 


ZD 


9 A 
Zt 




1 




Dt 


JZ 


English 


0/ 




lUD 


lU / 


1 "JA 




O Q O 


1 Q O 
ZOO 




1 O Q 

zzo 


Foreign Languages 


25 


30 


33 


41 


57 


65 


81 


109 


70 


88 


Home Economics 


31 


47 


37 


44 


41 


53 


46 


57 


66 


54 


Industrial Education 


11 


1 A 


Vl. 


O 1 

z i 




1 fi 


1 


1 fl 




Zi 


Mathematics 


1 Q 

its 


JU 


J J 




A 1 


OA 




1 no 


IjD 




Mus ic 


HU 


JD 


J J 


An 


A 7 








QQ 


C7 


Physical Education 


53 


69 


62 


65 


7 1 


10/ 


1 1 o 

1 lo 


It/ 


1 / n 
149 


122 


Sc ience : 






















General Science 


19 


16 


39 


34 


22 


37 


40 


48 


*91 


20 


Biology 


9 


13 


13 


19 


17 


41 


76 


45 


80 


93 


Chemistry 


5 


8 


8 


6 


9 


8 


5 


10 


19 


23 


Physics 


2 


1 


3 


1 


5 


2 


15 


3 


9 


1 


Social Science 


91 


77 


113 


117 


154 


262 


276 


324 


432 


347 


Speech 


1 


2 


2 


14 


23 


19 


31 


31 


8 


12 


Junior High (General) 


159 


193 


183 


211 


272 


87 


30 


10 






Other 














1 


3 


3 


2 


Other: 






















Guidance 


















5 


8 


Library Science 




1 


1 






1 






4 


4 


Special Education 


















1 


8 


Other 


















10 


40 



*Includes 62 not reported by type of science. 

/includes the following not reported by subject: 1965-66, 39; 1966-67, 45. 
f Includes 34 not reported by organization and subject. 



NOTE: 1. Each student is counted only once (In his first major). 

2. Beginning 1965-66 supply data reported for the first time for Special Education and Guidance. 



TABLE 

93 



Number of Students in Maryland Colleges Who Qualified for Standard Teaching Certificates in Maryland: 1966-67 



Type of Certificate 


Grand Total 


Master's Degree 


Bachelor's Degree 


local 


Male 


Female 


iotai 


Male 


Female 


Total 


Male 


Female 


Grand Total 


2,448 


670 


1,778 


239, 


109 


130 


2,209 


561 


1,648 


Elementary 


1,054 


116 


938 


75 


20 


55 


979 


96 


883 


Secondary 


*1,394 


•"^554 


*840 


*164 


*89 


*75 


1,230 


465 


765 


Agriculture 


5 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


5 


- 


Art 


68 


16 


52 


4 


2 


2 


64 


14 


50 


Business Education 


32 


5 


27 








32 


5 


27 


English 


ZZo 


A A 
HO 


1 ftO 




c 
J 


1 c 
LJ 


O A Q 


/. 1 

H 1 


10/ 


Foreign Languages 


88 


9 


79 


8 


1 


7 


80 


8 


72 


Home Economics 


54 


- 


54 


3 


- 


3 


51 


- 


51 


Industrial Education 


21 


20 


1 


- 


- 


- 


21 


20 


1 


Mathematics 


116 


53 


63 


18 


7 


11 


98 


46 


52 


Mus ic 


57 


24 


33 


3 


2 


1 


54 


22 


32 


Physical Education 




oy 


J J 


1 


1 




1 O 1 

121 


c o 
DO 


53 


Science: 




















General Science 


20 


14 


6 


9 


7 


2 


11 


7 


4 


Biology 


93 


45 


48 


5 


1 


4 


88 


44 


44 


Chemistry 


23 


10 


13 


3 


1 


2 


20 


9 


11 


Physics 


1 


1 










1 


1 




Social Science 


347 


180 


167 


33 


17 


16 


314 


163 


151 


Speech 


12 


3 


9 








12 


3 


9 


Junior High (General) 




















Other 


2 


1 


1 


1 




1 


1 


1 




Other : 




















Guidance 


8 


5 


3 


8 


5 


3 








Library Science 


4 


1 


3 


2 


1 


1 


2 




2 


Special Education 


8 




8 








8 




8 


Other 


40 


8 


32 


1 




I 


39 


8 


31 



'■Includes the following not reported by subject: Male, 39; Female, 6; Total, 45. 



NOTE: Each student is counted only once (in his first major). 



TABLE 



94 

Teachers and Principals in Service October 1965 Who Attended Summer Schools, Evening Classes, and Workshops: 

Summer of 1966 and School Year 1965-66: Counties of Maryland 



Local Unit 


All 


Teachers and Principals 




Elementary Teachers and Principals 
(1-6) 


High School Teachers and Principals 
(7-12) 


Total 
Employed 


Attending 
Schools 


Attending 
Workshops 


Total 
Employed 


Attending 
Schools 


Attending 
Workshops 


Total 


At tending 
Schools 


Attending 
Workshops 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Employed 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total Counties 


Z / , joZ 


9,088 


33.2 


897 


3 


3 


14,055 


4,597 


32.7 


550 


3.9 


13,327 


4,491 


33.7 


347 


2.6 


Al legany 


"7 17 


159 


22.2 


28 


3 


9 


313 


60 


19.2 


8 


2.5 


404 


99 


24.5 


20 


4.9 


Anne Arundel 


2,648 


830 


31.3 


177 


6 


7 


1,490 


438 


29.4 


148 


9.9 


1,158 


392 


33.9 


29 


2.5 


Baltimore 


5,488 


1,592 


29.0 


236 


4 


3 


2,761 


779 


28.2 


91 


3.3 


2,727 


813 


29.8 


145 


5.3 


Calvert 




1 Oft 
1 v/O 


Lfv 7 


1 





4 


128 


J 1 




1 
1 


u . o 


103 


c: 1 
J i 








Caroline 


O 1 Q 

^ Jo 


60 


25.2 


- 




_ 


111 
111 


27 


24.3 


- 


- 


1 97 
1 Z / 


33 


26.0 


- 


- 


Carroll 


C.1'7 

bj / 


155 


24.3 


- 




- 


339 


74 


21.8 


- 


- 


298 


81 


27.2 


- 


- 


Cecil 


499 


138 


27.7 


- 






265 


71 


26.8 


- 


- 


234 


67 


28.6 


- 


- 


Charles 


444 




U . y 








233 


/, 


1 . / 






211 










Dorchester 


281 


63 


22.4 


21 


7 


5 


137 


27 


19.7 


17 


12.4 


144 


36 


25.0 


4 


2.8 


Frederick 


847 


342 


40.4 


17 


2 





421 


179 


42.5 


1 


0.2 


426 


163 


38.3 


16 


3.7 


Garrett 


220 


77 


35.0 








108 


42 


38.9 






112 


35 


31.3 






Harford 


1,099 


273 


24.8 


3 





3 


625 


146 


23.4 


2 


0.3 


474 


127 


26.8 


1 


0.2 


Howard 


540 


183 


33.9 








242 


89 


36.8 






298 


94 


31.5 






Kent 


180 


80 


44.4 








92 


40 


43.5 






88 


40 


45.5 






Montgomery 


5,047 


1,818 


36.0 


333 


6 


6 


2,495 


1,007 


40.4 


219 


8.8 


2,552 


811 


31.8 


114 


4,5 


Prince George's 


5,511 


2,257 


40.9 


20 





4 


2,971 


1,129 


38.0 


20 


1.8 


2,540 


1,128 


44.4 






Queen Anne's 


211 


78 


37.0 








95 


28 


29.5 






116 


50 


43.1 






St. Mary's 


382 


121 


31.7 


9 


2 


3 


188 


59 


31.4 


8 


4.3 


194 


62 


31.9 


1 


0.5 


Somerset 


203 


76 


37.4 


10 


4 


9 


99 


37 


37.4 


8 


8.1 


104 


39 


37.5 


2 


1.9 


Talbot 


215 


78 


36.3 


5 


2 


3 


103 


35 


34.0 






112 


43 


38.4 


5 


4.5 


Washington 


922 


316 


34.3 








439 


136 


31.0 






483 


180 


37.3 






Wicomico 


558 


233 


41.7 


35 


6 


3 


272 


111 


40.8 


27 


9.9 


286 


122 


42.7 


8 


2.8 


Worcester 


264 


47 


17.8 


2 





7 


128 


22 


17.2 






136 


25 


18.4 


2 


1.5 



TABLE 

95 



All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 







Doc tor ' s 




Master ' s 




Bachelor ' s 




2-3 


Years 




Less 


Chan 


Local Unit 




Degree 




Degree 




Deg 


ree 




College 




2 Years 


Col lege 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


34,884 


76 





2 


8 , 802 


25 


2 


7? 747 


65 


2 


? 4fi3 


7 


1 


801 


2.3 


Allegany 


717 








221 


T n 
JU 


Q 




456 


J 


D 


35 




y 


5 


0.7 


Anne Arundel 


2,648 


2 


U 


1 


388 




O 


1,813 


DO 


c 
D 


327 


Iz 


3 


118 


4.5 


Baltimore City 


7,502 


23 


U 


J 


2 ,488 


J J 


I 


3,915 


3Z 


I 


810 


10 


8 


266 


3.5 


Baltimore 


5,488 


9 


r\ 
U 


Z 


1 ,438 




Z 


3 630 


Ob 


I 


266 


/ 







145 


2.6 


Calvert 


231 








40 


17 


3 


1 IL 


75 


3 


13 


5 


6 


4 


1.8 


Caroline 


238 


- 






41 


i / 





180 


■7 r 


D 


14 


c 


9 


3 


1.3 


Carroll 


637 








104 


i 


-) 
J 


405 


A 'X 
D J 


D 


99 


1 i; 


c 

J 


29 


4.6 


Cecil 


499 


1 


U 


z 


68 


1 1 
i J 


£L 





7 O 
/ £. 





60 




U 


7 


1.4 


Charles 


444 








62 


14 





348 


78 


4 


26 


5 


8 


8 


1.8 


Dorchester 


281 


- 






52 


18 


5 


189 


67 


3 


36 


12 


8 


4 


1.4 


Frederick 


847 


1 





1 


211 


24 


9 


552 


65 


2 


74 


8 


7 


9 


1.1 


Garrett 


220 








53 


24 


1 


152 


69 


1 


12 


5 


4 


3 


1.4 


Harford 


1,099 


1 





1 


167 


15 


2 


815 


74 


1 


103 


9 


4 


13 


1.2 


Howard 


540 








106 


19 


6 


387 


71 


7 


39 


7 


2 


8 


1.5 


Kent 


180 








22 


12 


2 


139 


11 


2 


15 


8 


4 


4 


2.2 


Montgomery 


5,047 


26 





5 


1,807 


35 


8 


3,106 


61 


6 


45 





9 


63 


1.2 


Prince George's 


5,511 


9 





2 


998 


18 


1 


4,201 


76 


2 


247 


4 


5 


56 


1.0 


Queen Anne' s 


211 








28 


13 


3 


153 


72 


5 


28 


13 


3 


2 


0.9 


St. Mary's 


382 


1 





3 


37 


9 


7 


274 


71 


7 


49 


12 


8 


21 


5.5 


Somerset 


203 


2 


1 





22 


10 


8 


169 


83 


3 


7 


3 


4 


3 


1.5 


Talbot 


215 








43 


20 





145 


67 


4 


20 


9 


3 


7 


3.3 


Washington 


922 


1 





1 


265 


28 


8 


558 


60 


5 


83 


9 





15 


1.6 


Wicomico 


558 








99 


17 


7 


420 


75 


3 


34 


6 


1 


5 


0.9 


Worcester 


264 








42 


15 


9 


198 


75 





21 


8 





3 


1 . 1 



TABLE 

95 



All Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 







Doctor ' s 


Master ' s 


Bachelor ' s 


2-3 


Years 


Less than 


Local Unit 




Dee 


r ee 


Degree 


Dee 


ree 


Col lege 


2 Years College 




Total 


Number 


Perc ent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Pcrc Gn t 


Total State 


17,874 


21 


0. 1 


3,295 


18.4 


11,831 


66 . 2 


2 ,084 


11 . 7 


643 


3.6 


Allegany 


313 






66 


21.1 


209 


66.8 


33 


10.5 


5 


1.6 


Anne Arundel 


1,490 


- 


- 


1 Jl 


o o 
. 


926 


62.1 


Jib 


21.2 


117 


7 . 9 


Baltimore City 


3,819 


5 


. 1 


995 


26 . 1 


2,013 


52 . 7 


628 


16.4 


178 


4 . 7 


Baltimore 


2,761 


5 


0.2 


556 


20 . 1 


1 ,855 


67 . 2 


239 


8. 7 


106 


3.8 


Calvert 


128 






18 


14 . 1 


94 


73.4 


12 


9.4 


4 


3. 1 


Caroline 


111 






18 


16.2 


80 


72.1 


10 


9.0 


3 


2.7 


Carroll 


339 


- 


- 


30 


8.9 


192 


56.6 


92 


27 . 1 


25 


7.4 


Cecil 


265 






31 


11.7 


171 


64.5 


56 


21 . 1 


7 


2 . 7 


Charles 


233 






21 


9.0 


186 


79.8 


20 


8.6 


6 


2.6 


Dorchester 


137 






20 


14 6 


83 


60.6 


31 


22.6 


■I 


2 . 2 


Frederick 


421 


1 


0.3 


73 


17.3 


273 


64.9 


65 


15.4 


9 


2.1 


Garrett 


108 






17 


15.7 


76 


70.4 


12 


11.1 


3 


2.8 


Harford 


625 






56 


8.9 


466 


74.6 


90 


14.4 


13 


2.1 


Howard 


242 






33 


13.6 


169 


69.8 


34 


14.1 


6 


2.5 


Kent 


92 






6 


6.5 


69 


75.0 


13 


14.1 


4 


4.4 


Montgomery 


2,495 


8 


0.3 


686 


27.5 


1,712 


68.6 


37 


1.5 


52 


2.1 


Prince George's 


2,971 


2 


0.1 


367 


12.3 


2,342 


78.8 


208 


7.0 


52 


1.8 


Queen Anne ' s 


95 






6 


6.3 


65 


68.4 


22 


23.2 


2 


2.1 


St. Mary's 


188 






7 


3.7 


119 


63.3 


43 


22.9 


19 


10.1 


Somerset 


99 






9 


9.1 


81 


81.8 


7 


7.1 


2 


2.0 


Talbot 


103 






16 


15.5 


62 


60.2 


18 


17.5 


7 


6.8 


Washington 


439 






80 


18.2 


282 


64.3 


65 


14.8 


12 


2.7 


Wicomico 


272 






38 


14.0 


211 


77.6 


18 


6.6 


5 


1.8 


Worcester 


128 






15 


11.7 


95 


74.2 


15 


11.7 


3 


2.4 



TABLE 

97 



All High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 







Doctor ' s 




Master ' s 




Bachelor ' s 




2 - 3 


Years 




Less than 


Local Unit 




uef 


ree 




Degree 




Degree 




Col lege 




2 Years College 




Total 


Mil m r\ ^ 1* 


Percent 


Ml im T" 


Percent 


Ml ITTl hf> t* 


Percent 




Percent 


i\ UlU U C I. 


rc 1 U C 11 L 


Total State 


17,010 


55 


Q 




5,507 




_ 4 


10,911 


OH 


. ^ 


379 


2 


2 


158 


0.9 


Allegany 


404 






- 


155 


38 


.4 


247 


61 


.1 


2 





5 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1,158 


2 





2 


257 


22 


.2 


887 


76 


.6 


11 





9 


1 


0.1 


Baltimore City 


3,683 


18 





5 


1,493 


40 


.5 


1,902 


51 


.7 


182 


4 


9 


88 


2.4 


Baltimore 


2,727 


4 





2 


882 


32 


.3 


1,775 


65 


.1 


27 


1 





39 


1.4 


Calvert 


103 


- 






22 


21 


_ 3 


80 


77 


_ 7 


1 


1 









Caroline 


127 






- 


23 


18 


.1 


100 


78 


.8 


4 


3 


1 


- 


- 


Carroll 


298 


- 




- 


74 


24 


.8 


213 


71 


.5 


7 


2.4 


4 


1.3 


Cecil 


234 


1 





4 


37 


15 


.8 


192 


82 


.1 


4 


1 


7 


- 


- 


Charles 


211 


- 






41 


19 


.4 


162 


76 


.8 


6 


2 


9 


2 


0.9 


Dorchester 


144 


— 








22 


.2 


1 nA 

i UD 


73 


.6 


C 
J 


3 


5 


1 
1 




Frederick 


426 








138 


32 


.4 


279 


65 


.5 


9 


2 


1 






Garrett 


111 








36 


32 


.1 


76 


67 


.9 












Harford 


474 


1 





2 


111 


23 


.4 


349 


73 


.6 


13 


2 


8 






Howard 


298 








73 


24 


.5 


218 


73 


.1 


5 


1. 


7 


2 


0.7 


Kent 


88 








16 


18 


.2 


70 


79 


.5 


2 


2 


3 






Montgomery 


2,552 


18 





7 


1,121 


44 


.0 


1,394 


54 


.6 


8 





3 


11 


0.4 


Prince George ' s 


2,540 


7 





3 


631 


24 


.8 


1,859 


73 


.2 


39 


1 


5 


4 


0.2 


Queen Anne's 


116 








22 


19 


.0 


88 


75 


.9 


6 


5 


1 






St. Mary's 


194 


1 





5 


30 


15 


.5 


155 


79 


.9 


6 


3. 


1 


2 


1.0 


Somerset 


104 


2 


1 


9 


13 


12 


.5 


88 


84 


.6 








1 


1.0 


Talbot 


112 








27 


24 


.1 


83 


74 


.1 


2 


1 


8 






Washington 


483 


1 





2 


185 


38 


.3 


276 


57 


.2 


18 


3 


7 


3 


0.6 


Wicomico 


286 








61 


21 


.3 


209 


73 


.1 


16 


5 


6 






Worcester 


136 








27 


19 


.9 


103 


75 


.7 


6 


4 


4 







TABLE 

98 



All Elementary and High School Teachers (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 







Doctor ' s 




Master ' s 




Bachelor ' s 




2-3 


Years 




Less 


than 


T or 1 I In 1 f 






ree 




ueg 


ree 




ueg 


ree 




College 




2 Years 


Col lege 




Total 




Percent 




Percent 


1\ UlU Del 


Percent 


V 1 1 TTl H P T" 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


33,021 


36 







7,324 


22 


2 


22,421 


67 


9 


2,440 


7 


4 


800 


2.4 


Allegany 


678 






- 


187 


27 


6 


451 


66 


5 


35 


5 


2 


5 


0.7 


Anne Arundel 


2,519 


2 





1 


315 


12 


5 


1 ,764 


70 





320 


12 


7 


118 


4.7 


Baltimore City 


7 , 137 


10 





1 


2, 170 


30 


4 


3,886 


54 


5 


805 


11 


3 


266 


3 . 7 


Bait imore 


5,209 


4 





1 


1 , 185 


22 


7 


3,610 


69 


3 


265 


5 


1 


145 


2.8 


Calvert 


216 


- 






27 


1 2 


5 


172 


79 


g 


13 






4 


1.9 


Caroline 


224 






- 


29 


12 


9 


178 


79 


5 


14 


6 


3 


3 


1.3 


Carroll 


600 


- 




- 


81 


13 


5 


392 


65 


4 


98 


16 


3 


29 


4.8 


Cecil 


471 


1 





2 


- 46 


9 


8 


357 


75 


8 


60 


12 


7 


7 


1.5 


Charles 


418 


— 






42 


10 


1 


342 


81 


8 


26 


6 


2 


8 


1.9 


Dorchester 


258 


— 






37 


14 


3 


184 


71 


3 


1 1 
J J 


12 


8 


4 


1.6 


Frederick 


797 


1 





1 


170 


21 


4 


543 


68 


1 


74 


9 


3 


9 


1.1 


Garrett 


203 








41 


20 


2 


148 


72 


9 


11 


5 


4 


3 


1.5 


Harford 


1,046 








136 


13 





794 


75 


9 


103 


9 


9 


13 


1.2 


Howard 


500 








80 


16 





374 


74 


8 


38 


7 


6 


8 


1.6 


Kent 


168 








15 


8 


9 


134 


79 


8 


15 


8 


9 


4 


2.4 


Montgomery 


4,785 


10 





2 


1,571 


32 


9 


3,096 


64 


7 


45 





9 


63 


1.3 


Prince George's 


5,225 


6 





1 


777 


14 


9 


4,140 


79 


2 


246 


A 


7 


56 


1.1 


Queen Anne ' s 


196 








21 


10 


7 


146 


74 


5 


27 


13 


8 


2 


1.0 


St. Mary's 


355 








29 


8 


2 


258 


72 


7 


48 


13 


5 


20 


5.6 


Somerset 


185 


2 


1 


1 


11 


5 


9 


163 


88 


1 


6 


3 


3 


3 


1.6 


Talbot 


196 








28 


14 


3 


141 


71 


9 


20 


10 


2 


7 


3.6 


Washington 


866 








219 


25 


3 


549 


63 


4 


83 


9 


6 


15 


1.7 


Wicomico 


524 








79 


15 


1 


406 


77 


5 


34 


6 


5 


5 


0.9 


Worcester 


245 








28 


11 


4 


193 


78 


8 


21 


8 


6 


3 


1.2 



TABLE 

99 



All Elementary Teachers (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 







Doc tor ' s 


Master ' s 


Bachelor ' s 


2-3 


Years 


Less 


than 


Local Unit 




Dee 


ree 


Dee 


ree 


Dee 

r 


ree 


Col lege 


2 Years 


CoUeKe 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


16,718 


10 


. 1 


2,435 


14 . 5 


11 , 566 


69.2 


2 , 065 


12.4 


642 


3.8 


Allegany 


289 


_ 


_ 


47 


16.3 


204 


70.6 


33 


11.4 


5 


1.7 


Anne Arundel 


1,394 






88 


6.3 


880 


63.1 






Zz . Z 


117 


8.4 


D 4 1 ^ 1 m rt*"^ ^ \ r 
DalLXluOLC ^XLy 




z 


n 1 


7 U/. 


Z Z . 1 


1 O Q Q 

L , yOy 


J J . 4- 




1 "7 / 

1 / . 4 


1 7 ft 


J . u 


Baltimore 


2,567 




n 1 
U . i 




1 c: n 
1 J . U 


1 Q 
i , JO 


/ 1 . J 


238 


9 . 3 


106 


4.1 


Calvert 


118 






10 


o . 5 


92 


78.0 


1 2 


10.1 


4 


3.4 


Caroline 


105 




_ 


12 


11.4 


80 


76.2 


10 


9.5 


3 


2.9 


Carroll 


323 


- 


- 


22 


6.8 


185 


57.3 


91 


28 . 2 


25 


7.7 


Cec 1 1 


O/i Q 






16 


6.4 


170 


68 . 3 


JO 


O c 

22.5 


/ 


o o 
z . o 


Charles 


218 






1 i 


J . U 


1 Q 1 

ioi 


03 . U 


20 


9 . 2 


6 


2.8 


Dorchester 


124 






13 


10.5 


78 


62 . 9 


30 


24 . 2 


3 


2.4 


Frederick 


391 


1 


0.3 


49 


12.5 


267 


68.3 


65 


16.6 


9 


2.3 


Garrett 


97 






11 


11.3 


72 


74.3 


11 


11.3 


3 


3.1 


Harford 


591 






40 


6.8 


448 


75.8 


90 


15.2 


13 


2.2 


Howard 


216 






20 


9.2 


157 


72.7 


J 3 


15.3 


6 


2.8 


Kent 


85 






4 


4.7 


64 


75.3 


13 


15.3 


4 


4.7 


Montgomery 


2,346 


4 


0.2 


549 


23.4 


1 ,704 


72.6 


37 


1.6 


52 


2.2 


Prince George's 


2,803 


1 


0.1 


254 


9.0 


2,289 


81.7 


207 


7.4 


52 


1.8 


Queen Anne ' s 


86 






3 


3.5 


60 


69.8 


21 


24.4 


2 


2.3 


St. Mary's 


173 






5 


2.9 


108 


62.4 


42 


24.3 


18 


10.4 


Somerset 


88 






4 


4.5 


76 


86.4 


6 


6.8 


2 


2.3 


Talbot 


92 






7 


7.6 


60 


65.2 


18 


19.6 


7 


7.6 


Washington 


408 






57 


14.0 


274 


67.1 


65 


15.9 


12 


3.0 


Wicomico 


251 






27 


10.7 


201 


80.1 


18 


7.2 


5 


2.0 


Worcester 


116 








6.0 


91 


78.5 


15 


12.9 


3 


2.6 



TABLE 

100 



All High School Teachers (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 







Doctor ' s 


Master ' s 


Bachelor ' s 


2-3 


Years 


Less 


than 


Local Unit 




Dee 


ree 


Dee 


ree 


Dee 


ree 


College 


2 Years 


College 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Tot" n 1 ^ t" p 


16 303 


26 


0.1 


4,889 


30.0 


10,855 


66.6 


375 


2.3 


158 


1 


Al 1 ^Oiinv 


389 






140 


36.0 


247 


63 . 5 


2 


0.5 






Anne Arundel 


1,125 


2 


0.1 


227 


20.2 


884 


78.6 


11 


1.0 


1 


0.1 


Baltimore City 


3,549 


8 


0.2 


1,376 


38.8 


1 ,897 


53.4 


180 


5.1 


88 


2.5 


Bal t imore 


2,642 


2 


0.1 


800 


30.3 


1,774 


67.1 


27 


1.0 


39 


1.5 


Calvert 


98 


_ 




17 


17.4 


80 


81.6 


1 


1.0 






L U 1. X lie 


119 






17 


14.3 


98 


82. 3 


4 


3.4 






Carroll 


277 






59 


21.3 


207 


74.7 


7 


2.5 


4 


1.5 


Cecil 


222 


1 


0.5 


30 


13.5 


187 


84.2 


4 


1.8 






Charles 


9nn 


_ 


_ 


31 


15.5 


161 


80.5 


6 


3.0 




1 




134 


- 


- 


24 


17.9 


106 


79.1 


3 


2.2 


1 


0.8 


Frederick 


406 






121 


29.8 


276 


68.0 


9 


2.2 


_ 


_ 


Garrett 


106 






30 


28.3 


76 


71.7 










Harford 


455 






96 


21.1 


346 


76.0 


13 


2.9 






Howard 


284 






60 


21.1 


217 


76.4 


5 


1.8 


2 


0.7 


Kent 


83 






11 


13.3 


70 


84.3 


2 


2.4 






Montgomery 


2,439 


6 


0.2 


1,022 


41.9 


1,392 


57.1 


8 


0.3 


11 


0.5 


Prince George's 


2,422 


5 


0.2 


523 


21.6 


1,851 


76.4 


39 


1.6 


4 


0.2 


Queen Anne's 


110 






18 


16.4 


86 


78.2 


6 


5.4 






St. Mary's 


182 






24 


13.2 


150 


82.4 


6 


3.3 


2 


1.1 


Somerset 


97 


2 


2.1 


7 


7.2 


87 


89.7 






1 


1.0 


Talbot 


104 






21 


20.2 


81 


77.9 


2 


1.9 






Washington 


458 






162 


35.4 


275 


60.0 


18 


3.9 


3 


0.7 


Wicomico 


273 






52 


19.0 


205 


75.1 


16 


5.9 






Worcester 


129 






21 


16.3 


102 


79.1 


6 


4.6 







TABLE 

101 



Table 101 

New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 





Total 


Master's Degree 
and above- 


Bachelor ' s 
Degree 


2-3 Years 
College 


Less than 
2 Years College 


Number 


Psrc Gn t 


Nuinbe r 


Pg rc Gn t 


Number 


Perc Gn t 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


/6,924 


657 


9.5 


5,694 


82.2 


379 


5.5 


194 


2.8 


Allegany 


92 


9 


9.8 


81 


88.0 


2 


2.2 


- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


616 


43 


7.0 


478 


77.6 


68 


11.0 


27 


4.4 


Baltimore City 


1 , 217 


120 


9.9 


906 


74.4 


124 


10.2 


67 


5.5 


Baltimore 


1,100 


86 


7.8 


949 


86.3 


30 


2.7 


35 


3.2 


Calvert 


64 


5 


7.8 


53 


82 .8 


2 


3.1 


4 


6.3 


Carol ine 


60 


5 


8.3 


46 


76.7 


8 


13.3 


1 


1.7 


Carroll 


147 


7 


4.8 


118 


80.3 


13 


8.8 


9 


6.1 


Cecil 


131 


4 


3.0 


117 


89.3 


9 


6.9 


1 


0.8 


Charles 


128 


11 


8.6 


104 


81.2 


12 


9.4 


1 


0.8 


Dorchester 


40 


Z 


3 . U 


Jo 


Q ^ n 










Frederick 


178 


33 


18.5 


136 


76.4 


8 


4.5 


1 


0.6 


Garrett 


35 


3 


8.6 


31 


88.6 






1 


2.8 


Harford 


297 


20 


6.7 


246 


82.8 


29 


9.8 


2 


0.7 


Howard 


158 


23 


14.5 


125 


79.1 


5 


3.2 


5 


3.2 


Kent 


33 


2 


6.1 


27 


81.8 


3 


9.1 


1 


3.0 


Montgomery 


1,171 


198 


16.9 


945 


80.7 


4 


0.3 


24 


2.1 


Prince George's 


1,608 


160 


9.9 


1,387 


86.3 


47 


2.9 


14 


0.9 


Queen Anne ' s 


69 


4 


5.8 


54 


78.3 


10 


14.5 


1 


1.4 


St. Mary's 


116 


9 


7.8 


79 


68.1 


18 


15.5 


10 


8.6 


Somerset 


28 


1 


3.6 


26 


92.8 






1 


3.6 


Talbot 


59 


7 


11.8 


47 


79.7 


4 


6.8 


1 


1.7 


Washington 


131 


15 


11.5 


93 


71.0 


16 


12.2 


7 


5.3 


Wicomico 


122 


9 


7.4 


96 


78.7 


13 


10.6 


4 


3.3 


Worcester 


49 


3 


6.1 


43 


87.7 


2 


4.1 


1 


2.1 



*Includes the following who have a doctor's degree: Baltimore City, 2; Cecil, 1; Montgomery, 2; Prince George's, 1; Total, 6. 
^Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 725; Master's degree and 
above, 122; Bachelor's degree, 531; 2-3 years college, 48; less than 2 years college, 24. 



TABLE 

102 



New Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 







Master's Degree 


Bachelor ' s 


2 - 


3 Years 


Less 


than 


Local Unit 




and above* 


De 


gree 


College 


2 Years College 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


local ocace 




254 


6.9 


3,051 


82.5 


253 


6.8 


140 


3.8 


Al legany 


A7 


4 


8.5 


41 


87 . 2 


2 


4.3 


_ 


_ 


Anne Arundel 


373 


14 


3.7 


266 


71.3 


67 


18.0 


26 


7.0 


Baltimore City 


602 


54 


9.0 


429 


71.3 


82 


13.6 


37 


6.1 


Dal. L. JLUIU L C 


563 


34 


6.1 


486 


86.3 


22 


3.9 


21 


3.7 


t^aiverL 




1 


3.4 


23 


79.4 


1 


3.4 


4 


13.8 


Carol Ine 




2 


8.0 


18 


72 . 


4 


16.0 


I 


4.0 


Carroll 


69 


2 


2.9 


48 


69.6 


11 


15.9 


8 


11.6 


Cecil 


75 


- 


- 


67 


89.4 


7 


9.3 


1 


1.3 


Char les 


J 


3 


4.8 


51 


80.9 


8 


12.7 


1 


1.6 




1 1 






11 


100.0 










Frederick 


89 


15 


16.9 


68 


76.4 


5 


5.6 


1 


1.1 


Garrett 


16 


1 


6.3 


14 


87.4 






1 


6.3 


Harford 


190 


9 


4.7 


162 


85.3 


17 


8.9 


2 


1.1 


Howard 


69 


6 


8.7 


55 


79.7 


4 


5.8 


4 


5.8 


Kent 


17 






13 


76.5 


3 


17.6 


1 


5.9 


Montgomery 


608 


65 


10.7 


522 


85.8 


3 


0.5 


18 


3.0 


Prince George's 


971 


75 


7.7 


861 


88.7 


25 


2.6 


10 


1.0 


Queen Anne ' s 


25 


1 


4.0 


17 


68.0 


6 


24.0 


1 


4.0 


St. Mary's 


60 


2 


3.3 


37 


61.7 


12 


20.0 


9 


15.0 


Somerset 


11 


1 


9.1 


10 


90.9 










Talbot 


19 


2 


10.5 


13 


68.4 


3 


15.8 


1 


5,3 


Washington 


65 


4 


6.2 


48 


73.8 


8 


12.3 


5 


7.7 


Wicomico 


52 


1 


1.9 


44 


84.6 


3 


5.8 


4 


7.7 


Worcester 


21 


1 


4.8 


19 


90.4 






1 


4.8 



■'Includes the following who have a doctor's degree: Baltimore City, 2; Total, 2. 

/Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 372; Master's degree and 
above, 43; Bachelor's degree, 272; 2-3 years college, 40; less than 2 years college, 17. 



TABLE 

103 



New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Preparation: Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 



II 1 




Mas ter ' 


s Degree 


Bachelor ' s 


2 - 


3 Years 


Less 


Chan 


Local Unit 




and above'" 


De 


gree 


College 


2 Years 


Col lege 




Total 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


7'3,226 


Ant 


19 'i 


9 AA T 
Z , OH J 




1 9 A 




54 


1.7 


Allegany 


45 


5 


11. L 


40 


88.9 






- 


- 


Anne Arundel 


243 


7 Q 




212 


87.3 


1 




1 


0.4 






U U 


1 n 7 


Zt77 


77 

/ / , D 


A9 


o . o 


JU 




Baltimore 


537 


J Z 


Q 7 


f J 


OO . Z 





1 c 
1 . ^ 


14 


2.6 


Calvert 


35 


A 
*+ 


1 1 A 

i i . H 




fit; 7 


1 
1 


9 Q 

Z , 7 


- 


- 


Carol ine 


35 


3 


8.6 


28 


80.0 


4 


11.4 


- 


- 


Carroll 


78 


C 
J 


A A 
. ^ 


70 


89.7 


Z. 


9 A 


1 


1.3 


Cec i 1 


Jv 


A 


7 1 






9 


J . D 






Charles 


65 


Q 
O 


19 

i Z . J 




ft! t; 


A 




- 


- 


Dorchester 


29 


2 


6.9 


7 








- 


- 


Frederick 


89 


18 


20.2 


68 


76.4 


3 


3.4 


- 


- 


Garrett 


19 


2 


10.5 


17 


89.5 










Harford 


107 


11 


10.3 


84 


78.5 


12 


11.2 






Howard 


89 


17 


19. 1 


70 


78.7 


1 


1.1 


1 


1.1 


Kent 


16 


2 


12.5 


14 


87.5 










Montgomery 


563 


133 


23.6 


423 


75.1 


1 


0.2 


6 


1.1 


Prince George's 


637 


85 


13.3 


526 


82.6 


22 


3.5 


4 


0.6 


Queen Anne ' s 


44 


3 


6.8 


37 


84.1 


4 


9.1 






St. Mary's 


56 


7 


12.5 


42 


75.0 


6 


10.7 


1 


1.8 


Somerset 


17 






16 


94.1 






1 


5.9 


Talbot 


40 


5 


12.5 


34 


85.0 


1 


2.5 






Washington 


66 


11 


16.7 


45 


68.2 


8 


12.1 


2 


3.0 


Wicomico 


70 


8 


11.4 


52 


74.3 


10 


14.3 






Worcester 


28 


2 


7.1 


24 


85.8 


2 


7.1 







■"Includes the following who have a doctor's degree: Cecil, 1; Montgomery, 2; Prince George's, 1; Total, 4. 

/Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 353; Master's degree 
and above, 79; Bachelor's degree, 259; 2-3 years college, 8; less than 2 years college, 7. 



TABLE 

104 



All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Type of Certificate: 

Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 


Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanc ed 


S t andard 


Total 


Dee ree 


Non~ 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Perc en t 


Total State 


34 , 884 


26,022 


75.6 


6,308 


19,714 


8,392 


24.4 


5,744 


2,648 


470 


Allegany 


717 


632 


89.0 


205 


427 


78 


11.0 


59 


19 


7 


Anne Arundel 


2,648 


1,738 


65.6 


309 


1,429 


910 


34.4 


500 


410 




Baltimore City 


7,502 


5,467 


72.9 


2,369 


3,098 


2,035 


27.1 


1,290 


745 


~ 


Baltimore 


5,488 


4,519 


82.3 


835 


3,684 


969 


17.7 


578 


391 




Calvert 


231 


163 


75.5 


29 


134 


53 


24.5 


40 


13 


15 


Carol ine 


238 


188 


79.0 


34 


154 


50 


21.0 


33 


17 




Carroll 


637 


417 


65.5 


64 


353 


220 


34.5 


107 


113 


- 


Cecil 


499 


369 


73.9 


69 


300 


130 


26.1 


70 


60 




Charles 


444 


284 


64.7 


44 


240 


155 


35.3 


124 


31 


5 


Dorchester 


281 


217 


7 7.8 


45 


172 


62 


22 . 2 


32 


30 


2 


Frederick 


847 


605 


71.4 


145 


460 


242 


28.6 


166 


76 


- 


Garrett 


220 


178 


80.9 


46 


132 


42 


19.1 


33 


9 




Harford 


1,099 


842 


76.8 


87 


755 


254 


23.2 


161 


93 


3 


Howard 


540 


385 


71.3 


60 


325 


155 


28.7 


111 


44 




Kent 


180 


145 


80.6 


26 


119 


35 


19.4 


18 


17 




Montgomery 


5,047 


4,133 


83.4 


1,062 


3,071 


824 


16.6 


760 


64 


90 


Prince George's 


5,511 


3,599 


69.6 


498 


3,101 


1,575 


30.4 


1,307 


268 


337 


Queen Anne's 


211 


156 


73.9 


20 


136 


55 


26.1 


34 


21 




St. Mary's 


382 


227 


59.4 


18 


209 


155 


40.6 


93 


62 




Somerset 


203 


176 


86.7 


24 


152 


27 


13.3 


17 


10 




Talbot 


215 


156 


72.6 


39 


117 


59 


27.4 


34 


25 




Washington 


922 


742 


81.4 


191 


551 


169 


18.6 


92 


77 


11 


Wicomico 


558 


468 


83.9 


61 


407 


90 


16.1 


55 


35 




Worcester 


264 


216 


81.8 


28 


188 


48 


18.2 


30 


18 





TABLE 

105 



All Elementary Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 


Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


De^iT 6 e 


d 6^ c ee 


Number 


Percent 


Nuinber 


Percent 


Total State 


17,874 


11,995 


68. 2 


Z , 242 


9, 753 


5,595 


31 . 8 


3 , 394 


2 , 201 


284 


Allegany 


313 


281 


89.8 


61 


220 


32 


10.2 


15 


17 


- 


Anne Arundel 


1,490 


723 


48.5 


90 


633 


767 


51 . 5 


368 


399 


- 


Do 1. L lino r c VrfXLy 




2,580 


67 . 6 


y\JO 


1 A7/i 
i , 


1,239 


32.4 


07D 


j4 J 




Baltimore 


2,761 


2,079 


75.3 


j\J I 


1 "7 7 Q 
i , / / O 


682 


24.7 


"3 C O 


JJU 


- 


Calvert 


128 


87 


72.5 


iU 


/ / 


33 


27.5 


I 1 


12 


8 


Caroline 


111 


86 


77.5 


14 


72 


25 


22.5 


13 


12 


- 


Carroll 


339 


168 


49.6 


16 


152 


171 


50.4 


68 


103 


- 


Cec i 1 




158 


59.6 




131 


107 


40.4 


50 


57 




Charles 


233 


141 


61.0 


it) 


iZ J 


90 


39.0 


/ 


2 J 


2 


Dorchester 


137 


99 


72 . 3 


iy 


OU 


38 


27 . 7 


13 


25 


- 


Frederick 


421 


256 


60.8 


39 


217 


165 


39.2 


98 


67 


- 


Garrett 


iUcs 


85 


78.7 


18 


67 


23 


21.3 


14 


9 




Harford 


625 


425 


68.3 


33 


392 


197 


31.7 


116 


81 


3 


Howard 


242 


152 


62.8 


22 


130 


90 


37.2 


51 


39 




Kent 


92 


65 


70.7 


9 


56 


27 


29.3 


12 


15 




Montgomery 


2,495 


1,959 


80.2 


395 


1,564 


484 


19.8 


433 


51 


52 


Prince George' s 


2,971 


1,687 


61.2 


148 


1,539 


1,069 


38.8 


841 


228 


215 


Queen Anne ' s 


95 


67 


70.5 


4 


63 


28 


29.5 


13 


15 




St. Mary's 


188 


87 


46.3 


4 


83 


101 


53.7 


47 


54 




Somerset 


99 


76 


76.8 


8 


68 


23 


23.2 


15 


8 




Talbot 


103 


68 


66.0 


15 


53 


35 


34.0 


12 


23 




Washington 


439 


329 


75.6 


53 


276 


106 


24.4 


48 


58 


4 


Wicomico 


272 


235 


86.4 


23 


212 


37 


13.6 


18 


19 




Worcester 


128 


102 


79.7 


9 


93 


26 


20.3 


13 


13 





TABLE 



106 

All High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 





To tal 


Professional 


Provis ional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


i / , UiU 


14,027 


83.4 


4,066 


9,961 


2,797 


16.6 


2,350 


447 


i 00 


Al legany 




351 


88.4 


144 


207 


46 


11.6 


44 


2 


7 


Anne Arundel 


1,158 


1,015 


87.7 


219 


796 


143 


12.3 


132 


11 




Baltimore City 


3,683 


2,887 


78.4 


1,463 


1,424 


796 


21.6 


594 


202 


- 


Ba 1 1 imor e 


9 7 77 


2,440 


89.5 


534 


1,906 


287 


10.5 


226 


61 




Calvert 


1 (T^ 

1 U J 


76 


79.2 


19 


57 


20 


20.8 


19 


1 


7 


Carol Ine 


1 97 


102 


80.3 


20 


o2 


25 


19.7 


20 


5 




Carroll 


298 


249 


83.6 


48 


201 


49 


16.4 


39 


10 


- 


Cecil 


234 


211 


90.2 


42 


169 


23 


9.8 


20 


3 




Charles 


91 1 


143 


68.7 


26 


117 


65 


31.3 


57 


8 


J 


Dorches ter 


1 AA 


118 


83.1 


26 


92 


24 


16.9 


19 


5 


2 


Frederick 


426 


349 


81.9 


106 


243 


77 


18.1 


68 


9 


_ 


Garrett 


112 


93 


83.0 


28 


65 


19 


17.0 


19 






Harford 


474 


417 


88.0 


54 


363 


57 


12.0 


45 


12 




Howard 


298 


233 


78.2 


38 


195 


65 


21 .8 


60 


5 




Kent 


88 


80 


90.9 


17 


63 


8 


9.1 


6 


2 




Montgomery 


2,552 


2,174 


86.5 


667 


1 ,507 


340 


13.5 


327 


13 


38 


Prince George's 


2,540 


1,912 


79.1 


350 


1,562 


506 


20.9 


466 


40 


122 


Queen Anne's 


116 


89 


76. 7 


16 


73 


27 


23.3 


21 


6 




St. Mary's 


194 


140 


72.2 


14 


126 


54 


27.8 


46 


8 




Somerset 


104 


100 


96.2 


16 


84 


4 


3.8 


2 


2 




Talbot 


112 


88 


78.6 


24 


64 


24 


21.4 


22 


2 




Washington 


483 


413 


86.8 


138 


275 


63 


13.2 


44 


19 


7 


Wicomico 


286 


233 


81.5 


38 


195 


53 


18.5 


37 


16 




Worcester 


136 


114 


83.8 


19 


95 


22 


16.2 


17 


5 





TABLE 

107 



All Elementary and High School Teachers (1-12): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 


Professional 


Provis ional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


iotai otate 




24,367 


74.9 


5,115 


19,252 


8,187 


25. 1 


5,553 


2,634 


467 


Al 1 egany 


678 


596 


88.8 


175 


421 


75 


11.2 


56 


19 


7 


Anne Arundel 


2,519 


1,634 


64.9 


242 


1,392 


885 


35. 1 


479 


406 




Baltimore City 


7,137 


5,102 


71.5 


2,065 


3,037 


2,035 


28.5 


1,290 


745 


- 


Baltimore 


5,209 


4 , 248 


81 . 6 


669 


3,579 


961 


18.4 


570 


391 




Calvert 


216 


151 


75 . 1 


19 


132 


50 


24.9 


37 


13 


15 


Carol ine 


224 


176 


78.6 


25 


151 


48 


21.4 


31 


17 




Carroll 


600 


386 


64. 3 


46 


340 


214 


35.7 


102 


112 


- 


Cecil 


471 


342 


72 . 6 


49 


293 


129 


27 .4 


69 


60 




Charles 


418 


265 


64 . 2 


32 


233 


148 


35.8 


117 


31 


5 


Dorchester 


258 


200 


78. 1 


32 


168 


56 


21.9 


28 


28 


2 


Frederick 


797 


559 


70.1 


112 


447 


238 


29.9 


162 


76 


_ 


Garrett 


203 


164 


80.8 


36 


128 


39 


19.2 


31 


8 




Harford 


1,046 


800 


76.7 


61 


739 


243 


23.3 


150 


93 


3 


Howard 


500 


354 


70.8 


45 


309 


146 


29.2 


103 


43 




Kent 


168 


133 


79.2 


19 


114 


35 


20.8 


18 


17 




Montgomery 


4,785 


3,898 


83.0 


870 


3,028 


798 


17.0 


734 


64 


89 


Prince George's 


5,225 


3,368 


68.9 


339 


3,029 


1,522 


31.1 


1,255 


267 


335 


Queen Anne' s 


196 


145 


74.0 


13 


132 


51 


26.0 


31 


20 




St. Mary's 


355 


214 


60.3 


13 


201 


141 


39.7 


81 


60 




Somerset 


185 


164 


88.6 


14 


150 


21 


11.4 


12 


9 




Talbot 


196 


138 


70.4 


26 


112 


58 


29.6 


33 


25 




Washington 


866 


693 


81.1 


153 


540 


162 


18.9 


85 


77 


11 


Wicomico 


524 


438 


83.6 


44 


394 


86 


16.4 


51 


35 




Worcester 


245 


199 


81.2 


16 


183 


46 


18.8 


28 


18 





TABLE 

108 



All Elementary Teachers (1-6): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 


Professional 


Provisional 


====• 

Other 


Total 


Advanced 


S tandar d 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Perc en t 


Numbe r 


Perc en t 


XOUal oCaUc 


1 A 71ft 
1 u , / i O 


11,017 


67.0 


1,586 


9,431 


5,419 


33.0 


3,231 


2,188 


9ft9 


Al legs ny 


^ O 7 


258 


89.3, 


43 


215 


31 


10.7 


14 






Anne Arundel 


1,394 


652 


46.8 


54 


598 


742 


53.2 


347 


395 


- 


Baltimore City 


3,588 


2,349 


65.5 


719 


1,630 


1,239 


34.5 


696 


543 


- 


Da i. L X lUKJ L Xz 


2 , 567 


1,891 


73.7 


192 


1 ,699 


676 


26.3 


346 


330 






1 1 


80 


72.7 


4 


76 


30 


27.3 


18 


12 


3 




105 


81 


77.1 


10 


7 1 


24 


22.9 


12 


1 7 




Carroll 


323 


156 


48.3 


12 


144 


167 


51.7 


65 


102 


- 


Cecil 


249 


143 


57.4 


14 


129 


106 


42.6 


49 


57 




Charles 


1 ft 


131 


60.6 


11 


120 


85 


39.4 


62 


23 


9 


i/orc ne a c t= L 




90 


/ 2 . 


12 


78 




2 / . ^ 


10 


24 




Frederick 


391 


229 


58.6 


20 


209 


162 


41.4 


95 


67 


- 


Garrett 


97 


77 


79.4 


12 


65 


20 


20.6 


12 


8 




Harford 


591 


401 


68.2 


21 


380 


187 


31.8 


106 


81 


3 


Howard 


216 


133 


61.6 


14 


119 


83 


38.4 


45 


38 




Kent 


85 


58 


68.2 


7 


51 


27 


31 .8 


12 


15 




Montgomery 


2,346 


1,833 


79.9 


296 


1 ,537 


461 


20.1 


410 


51 


52 


Prince George's 


2,803 


1,570 


60.6 


78 


1 ,492 


1,020 


39.4 


793 


227 


213 


Queen Anne ' s 


86 


60 


69.8 


1 


59 


26 


30.2 


12 


14 




St. Mary's 


173 


83 


48.0 


3 


80 


90 


52.0 


38 


52 




Somerset 


88 


71 


80.7 


5 


66 


17 


19.3 


10 


7 




Talbot 


92 


58 


63.0 


8 


50 


34 


37.0 


11 


23 




Washington 


408 


304 


75.2 


35 


269 


100 


24.8 


42 


58 


4 


Wicomico 


251 


217 


86.5 


13 


204 


34 


13.5 


15 


19 




Worcester 


116 


92 


79.3 


2 


90 


24 


20.7 


11 


13 





TABLE 

109 



All High School Teachers (7-12): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 



Local unit 


Total 


Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


A dvanc ed 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


' n - 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


16 , 303 


13,350 


82.8 


3,529 


9,821 


2,768 


17.2 


2,322 


446 


185 


Al legany 


389 


338 


88.5 


132 


206 


44 


11.5 


42 


2 


7 


Anne Arundel 


1,125 


982 


87.3 


188 


794 


143 


12.7 


132 


11 




Baltimore City 


3,549 


2,753 


77.6 


1,346 


1 ,407 


796 


22.4 


594 


202 


- 


Bal t imor e 


2,642 


2,357 


89.2 


477 


1,880 


285 


10.8 


224 


61 




Calvert 


98 


71 


78.0 


15 


56 


20 


22.0 


19 


1 


7 


Carol ine 


119 


95 


79.8 


15 


80 


24 


20.2 


19 


5 




Carroll 


277 


230 


83.0 


34 


196 


47 


17.0 


37 


10 


- 


Cecil 


222 


199 


89.6 


35 


164 


23 


10.4 


20 


3 




Ph 3T* 1 p Q 


200 


134 


68.0 


21 


113 


63 


32.0 


55 


8 


■J 

J 


Dorchester 


134 


110 


83. 3 


20 


90 


22 


16.7 


18 


4 


2 


Frederick 


406 


330 


81.3 


92 


238 


76 


18.7 


67 


9 




Garrett 


106 


87 


82.1 


24 


63 


19 


17.9 


19 






Harford 


455 


399 


87.7 


40 


359 


56 


12.3 


44 


12 




Howard 


284 


221 


77.8 


31 


190 


63 


22.2 


58 


5 




Kent 


83 


75 


90.4 


12 


63 


8 


9.6 


6 


2 




Montgomery 


2,439 


2,065 


86.0 


574 


1,491 


337 


14.0 


324 


13 


37 


Prince George's 


2,422 


1,798 


78.2 


261 


1,537 


502 


21.8 


462 


40 


122 


Queen Anne's 


110 


85 


77.3 


12 


73 


25 


22.7 


19 


6 




St. Mary's 


182 


131 


72.0 


10 


121 


51 


28.0 


43 


8 




Somerset 


97 


93 


95.9 


9 


84 


4 


4.1 


2 


2 




Talbot 


104 


80 


76.9 


18 


62 


24 


23.1 


22 


2 




Washington 


458 


389 


86.3 


118 


271 


62 


13.7 


43 


19 


7 


Wicomico 


273 


221 


81.0 


31 


190 


52 


19.0 


36 


16 




Worcester 


129 


107 


82.9 


14 


93 


22 


17 . 1 


17 


5 





TABLE 

no 



New Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Type of Certificate: 

Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 


Professional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 




ft Q9i 


3,813 


57.5 


127 


3,686 


2,820 


42.5 


2,261 


559 


291 


Al legany 


y £. 


54 


63.5 


1^ 


53 


31 


36.5 


29 


2 


7 


Anne Arundel 


616 


330 


53.6 


12 


318 


286 


46.4 


194 


92 




Baltimore City 


1,217 


464 


38.2 


76 


388 


751 


61.8 


569 


182 


2 


ud J. L l.Ul(J L C 


1 , 100 


806 


73.3 


19 


787 


294 


26.7 


227 


67 




VcZT L 


64 


23 


46.9 


1 


22 


26 


53.1 


20 


6 


15 


K/ anj L i.nc 


60 


27 


45.0 


2 


25 


33 


55.0 


23 


10 




Carroll 


147 


67 


46.5 


1 


66 


77 


53.5 


55 


22 


3 


Cecil 


131 


78 


59.5 


- 


78 


53 


40.5 


43 


10 




KjlldLL L eb 




48 


39.0 


2 


46 


75 


61.0 


59 


16 


5 




40 


25 


65.8 


- 


25 


13 


34 . 2 


13 


- 


2 


Frederick 


178 


95 


53.4 


7 


88 


83 


46.6 


71 


12 


_ 


Garrett 


35 


22 


62.9 


1 


21 


13 


37.1 


12 


1 




Harford 


297 


188 


63.5 


1 


187 


108 


36.5 


80 


28 


1 


Howard 


158 


89 


56.7 


2 


87 


68 


43.3 


59 


9 


1 


Kent 


33 


21 


63.6 




21 


12 


36.4 


8 


4 




Montgomery 


1,171 


713 


66.0 


24 


689 


367 


34.0 


343 


24 


91 


Prince George's 


1,608 


820 


63.7 


11 


809 


467 


36.3 


416 


51 


321 


Queen Anne's 


69 


39 


56.5 




39 


30 


43.5 


20 


10 




St. Mary's 


116 


50 


43.1 


1 


49 


66 


56.9 


39 


27 




Somerset 


28 


17 


60.7 




17 


11 


39.3 


9 


2 




Talbot 


59 


28 


47.5 


3 


25 


31 


52.5 


26 


5 




Washington 


131 


60 


50.0 


3 


57 


60 


50.0 


39 


21 


11 


Wicomico 


122 


67 


54.9 


1 


66 


55 


45.1 


38 


17 




Worcester 


49 


34 


69.4 




34 


15 


30.6 


12 


3 





"Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 725; Professional - Total, 



352; Advanced, 41; Standard, 311; Provisional - Total, 205; Degree, 143; Nondegree, 62; Other, 168. 



TABLE 

111 



New Elementary School Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 


Prof ess ional 


Provis ional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non~ 
decree 




Pg r c G n t 






Total State* 


3,698 


1,910 


54.3 


49 


1 , 861 


1,606 


45.7 


1 , 225 


381 


132 


Allegany 


47 


35 


74.5 




34 


12 


25.5 


10 


2 


- 


Anne Arundel 


373 


140 


37 .5 




136 


233 


62.5 


143 


90 




Baltimore City 


DvJ Z 


219 


36.5 


it 


loJ 


381 


63.5 


266 


115 


Z 


Baltimore 


563 


400 


71.0 




399 


163 


29.0 


120 


43 




Calvert 


29 


10 


47 .6 




10 


11 


52.4 


6 


5 


8 


Caroline 


25 


10 


40.0 




9 


15 


60.0 


10 


5 


- 


Carroll 


69 


21 


30.9 


1 


20 


47 


69.1 


28 


19 


1 


Cec 11 


/ J 


40 


53.3 




40 


35 


46.7 


27 


8 




Charles 


63 


20 


32.8 




1 n 


41 


67.2 


30 


11 


2 


Dorchester 


11 


8 


72.7 




8 


3 


27 . 3 


3 




- 


Frederick 


89 


41 


46.1 




40 


48 


53.9 


40 


8 


- 


Garrett 


Id 


11 


68.7 




11 


5 


31.3 


4 


1 




Harford 


190 


120 


63.5 




119 


69 


36.5 


51 


18 


1 


Howard 


69 


37 


54.4 




36 


31 


45.6 


24 


7 


1 


Kent 


17 


8 


47.1 




8 


9 


52.9 


5 


4 




Montgomery 


608 


359 


64.6 




352 


197 


35.4 


180 


17 


52 


Prince George's 


971 


470 


61.1 




465 


299 


38.9 


273 


26 


202 


Queen Anne ' s 


25 


11 


44.0 




11 


14 


56.0 


8 


6 




St. Mary's 


60 


21 


35.0 




21 


39 


65.0 


19 


20 




Somerset 


11 


5 


45.5 




5 


6 


54.5 


6 






Talbot 


19 


7 


36.8 




6 


12 


63.2 


8 


4 




Washington 


65 


28 


45.9 




27 


33 


54.1 


21 


12 


4 


Wicomico 


52 


32 


61.5 




32 


20 


38.5 


13 


7 




Worcester 


21 


15 


71.4 




15 


6 


28.6 


5 


1 





*Transfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 372; Professional - Total, 
158; Advanced, 13; Standard, 145; Provisional - Total, 123; Degree, 75; Nondegree, 48; Other, 91. 



TABLE 

112 



New High School Teachers and Principals (7-12): By Type of Certificate: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 


Prof ess ional 


Provisional 


Other 


Total 


Advanced 


Standard 


Total 


Degree 


Non- 
degree 




P o 1" ^ A f~i 


l*! Urn u L 


P ^ ^ ^ 


Total State* 


3,226 


1,903 


61.1 


78 


1,825 


1,214 


38.9 


1,036 


178 


109 


Allegany 


45 


19 


50.0 




19 


19 


50.0 


19 




7 


Anne Arundel 


243 


190 


78.2 


8 


182 


53 


21.8 


51 


2 


- 


Baltimore City 


615 


245 


39.8 


40 


205 


370 


60.2 


303 


67 




Baltimore 


537 


406 


75.6 


18 


388 


131 


24.4 


107 


24 




Calvert 


35 


13 


46.4 


1 


12 


15 


53.6 


14 


1 


7 


Caroline 


35 


17 


48.6 


1 


16 


18 


51.4 


13 


5 


_ 


Carroll 


78 


46 


60.5 




46 


30 


39.5 


27 


3 


2 


Cecil 


56 


38 


67.9 


~ 


38 


18 


32.1 


16 


2 




Charles 


65 


28 


45.2 


1 


27 


34 


54.8 


29 


5 


3 


Dorchester 


29 


17 


63.0 




17 


10 


37.0 


10 




2 


Frederick 


89 


54 


60.7 


6 


48 


35 


39.3 


31 


4 


- 


Garrett 




11 


57.9 


1 


10 


8 


42.1 


8 






Harford 


107 


68 


63.6 




68 


39 


36.4 


29 


10 




Howard 


89 


52 


58.4 


1 


51 


37 


41.6 


35 


2 




Kent 


16 


13 


81.3 




13 


3 


18.7 


3 






Montgomery 


563 


354 


67.6 


17 


337 


170 


32.4 


163 


7 


39 


Prince George's 


637 


350 


67.6 


6 


344 


168 


32.4 


143 


25 


119 


Queen Anne' s 


44 


28 


63.6 




28 


16 


36.4 


12 


4 




St. Mary's 


56 


29 


51.8 


1 


28 


27 


48.2 


20 


7 




Somerset 


17 


12 


70.6 




12 


5 


29.4 


3 


2 




Talbot 


40 


21 


52.5 


2 


19 


19 


47.5 


18 


I 




Washington 


66 


32 


54.2 


2 


30 


27 


45.8 


18 


9 


7 


Wicomico 


70 


35 


50.0 


1 


34 


35 


50.0 


25 


10 




Worcester 


28 


19 


67.9 




19 


9 


32. 1 


7 


2 





''tTransfers between units are included in individual unit totals but excluded from State total as follows: Total, 353; Professional - Total, 
194; Advanced, 28; Standard, 166; Provisional - Total, 82; Degree, 68; Nondegree, 14; Other, 77. 



TABLE 

113 



All Elementary and High School Teachers and Principals (1-12): By Years of Experience: 

Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 





Total 


1 


2 


3 


-4 




5 


-9 




10 


-19 




20 and over 


NutnbGi" 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


\ 1 im H*^ 1" 


Pe re en t 


Total State 


34,884 


3,936 


11 


.3 


3,465 


9 


.9 


5,194 


14,9 


7,498 


21 


.5 


8,500 


24 


4 


6,291 


18.0 


Allegany 


717 


40 


5 


.6 


46 


6 


.4 


64 


8.9 


127 


17 


.7 


189 


26 


4 


251 


35.0 


Anne Arundel 


2,648 


347 


13.1 


321 


12 


.1 


456 


17 


.2 


582 


22 


.0 


566 


21 


4 


376 


14.2 


Baltimore City 


/ , jUZ 


754 


10.0 


629 


8 


.4 




12 


.5 




19 


.9 


1 Q C 1 

1 , 951 


26 





1,738 


23.2 


Baltimore 


5,488 


706 


12 


.9 


559 


10 


.2 


947 


17 


.3 


1,318 


24 


.0 


1,266 


23 





692 


12.6 


Calvert 


231 


32 


13 


.9 


26 


11 


,2 


32 


13 


.9 


47 


20 


.3 


55 


23 


8 


39 


16.9 


Caroline 


238 


27 


11 


.4 


10 


4 


.2 


30 


12 


.6 


47 


19 


.7 


73 


30 


7 


51 


21.4 


Carroll 


637 


75 


11 


.8 


62 


9 


.7 


99 


15 


.5 


133 


20 


.9 


137 


21 


5 


131 


20.6 


Cec il 




76 


15 


.2 


62 


12 


.4 


DZ 


12 


.4 


Q "7 


17 


.4 


iUU 


20 


1 


112 


22.5 


Charles 


444 


64 


14 


.4 


49 


11.0 


54 


12 


.2 


70 


15 


.8 


114 


25 


7 


93 


20.9 


Dorchester 


281 


27 


9 


.6 


11 


3 


.9 


27 


9 


.6 


54 


19 


.2 


55 


19 


6 


107 


38.1 


Frederick 


847 


70 


8 


.3 


57 


6 


.7 


114 


13 


.5 


199 


23 


.5 


223 


26 


3 


184 


21.7 


Garrett 


220 


13 


5 


.9 


15 


6 


.8 


16 


7 


.3 


39 


17 


.7 


49 


22 


3 


88 


40.0 


Harford 


1,099 


156 


14 


.2 


181 


16 


.5 


166 


15 


.1 


209 


19 


.0 


228 


20 


7 


159 


14.5 


Howard 


540 


74 


13 


.7 


65 


12 


.1 


73 


13 


.5 


127 


23 


.5 


114 


21 


1 


87 


16.1 


Kent 


180 


16 


8 


.9 


12 


6 


.7 


31 


17 


.2 


49 


27 


.2 


38 


21 


1 


34 


18.9 


Montgomery 


5,047 


490 


9 


.7 


493 


9 


.8 


650 


12 


.9 


1,055 


20 


.9 


1,547 


30 


6 


812 


16.1 


Prince George's 


5,511 


679 


12 


.3 


665 


12 


.1 


1,077 


19 


.5 


1,322 


24 


.0 


1,130 


20 


5 


638 


11.6 


Queen Anne's 


211 


41 


19 


.4 


18 


8 


.5 


31 


14 


.7 


43 


20 


.4 


35 


16 


6 


43 


20.4 


St. Mary's 


382 


59 


15 


.5 


48 


12 


.6 


83 


21 


.7 


73 


19 


.1 


70 


18.3 


49 


12.8 


Somerset 


203 


9 


4 


.4 


10 


4 


.9 


26 


12 


.8 


46 


22 


.7 


53 


26 


1 


59 


29.1 


Talbot 


215 


27 


12 


.6 


15 


7 


.0 


23 


10 


.7 


36 


16 


.7 


55 


25 


6 


59 


27.4 


Washington 


922 


56 


6 


.1 


59 


6 


,4 


87 


9 


.4 


168 


18 


.2 


240 


26 





312 


33.9 


Wicomico 


558 


73 


13 


.1 


36 


6 


.4 


89 


15 


.9 


106 


19 


.0 


141 


25 


3 


113 


20.3 


Worcester 


2 64 


25 


9 


.5 


16 


6 


.1 


23 


8 


.7 


65 


24 


.6 


71 


26 


9 


64 


24.2 



TABLE 

114 



All Elementary School Teachers and Principals (1-6): By Years of Experience: 
Maryland Public Schools: September 1966 



Local Unit 


Total 


1 


2 


3 


-4 




5 


-9 




10-19 


20 and over 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Number 


Percent 


Total State 


17,874 


1,962 


11 





1,852 


10 


.4 


2,669 


14 


.9 


3,569 


20 





4,154 


23 


.2 


3,668 


20.5 


Allegany 


313 


20 


6 


4 


16 


5 


. 1 


23 


7 


.3 


50 


16 





70 


22 


.4 


134 


42.8 


Anne Arundel 


1,490 


199 


13 


4 


178 


12 


.0 


243 


16 


.3 


306 


20 


5 


334 


22 


.4 


230 


15.4 


Baltimore City 


1 Q 1 Q 

j , oiy 


342 


9 





358 


9 


.4 




12 


.3 


7 A Q 


20 


1 


959 


25 


. 1 


922 


24. 1 


Baltimore 


2,761 


342 


12 


4 


289 


10 


.4 


484 


17 


.5 


590 


21 


4 


626 


22 


. 7 


430 


15.6 


Calvert 


128 


13 


10 


1 


12 


9 


.4 


18 


14 


.1 


25 


19 


5 


31 


24 


.2 


29 


22.7 


Caroline 


111 


11 


9 


, 9 


4 


3 


.6 


12 


10 


.8 


15 


13 


, 5 


40 


36 


, 1 


29 


26.1 


Carroll 


339 


28 


8 


. 3 


40 


11 


.8 


56 


16 


.5 


53 


15 


6 


79 


23 


. 3 


83 


24.5 


Cecil 


T ^ C 


44 


16 


.6 


28 


10 


.6 




10.9 




15 


1 


52 


19 


.6 


72 


27 .2 


Charles 


233 


35 


15 


.0 


23 


9 


.9 


26 


11.2 


34 


14 


6 


59 


25 


.3 


56 


24.0 


Dorchester 


137 


6 


4 


.4 


3 


2 


.2 


13 


9 


.5 


28 


20 


4 


23 


16 


.8 


64 


46.7 


Frederick 


421 


33 


7 


.8 


27 


6 


.4 


70 


16.6 


84 


20 





103 


24 


.5 


104 


24.7 


Garrett 


108 


3 


2 


.8 


7 


6 


.5 


7 


6 


.5 


13 


12 





24 


22 


.2 


54 


50.0 


Harford 


625 


100 


16 


.0 


115 


18 


.4 


80 


12 


.8 


106 


17 





117 


18 


.7 


107 


17.1 


Hov;ard 


242 


26 


10 


.7 


28 


11 


.6 


33 


13 


.6 


45 


18 


6 


57 


23 


.6 


53 


21.9 


Kent 


92 


4 


4 


.3 


8 


8 


.7 


15 


16 


.3 


26 


28 


3 


20 


21 


.7 


19 


20.7 


Montgomery 


2,495 


249 


10 


.0 


237 


9 


.5 


310 


12 


.4 


491 


19 


7 


723 


29 


.0 


485 


19.4 


Prince George's 


2,971 


394 


13 


.3 


394 


13 


.3 


624 


21 


.0 


652 


21 


9 


525 


17 


.7 


382 


12.8 


Queen Anne's 


95 


14 


14 


.7 


5 


5 


.3 


15 


15 


.8 


20 


21 





15 


15 


.8 


26 


27.4 


St. Mary's 


188 


31 


16 


.5 


19 


10 


.1 


31 


16 


.5 


36 


19 


1 


34 


18 


. 1 


37 


19.7 


Somerset 


99 


1 


1 


.0 


3 


3 


.0 


18 


18 


.2 


26 


26 


3 


22 


22 


.2 


29 


29.3 


Talbot 


103 


11 


10 


.7 


7 


6 


.8 


8 


7 


.7 


18 


17 


5 


25 


24 


.3 


34 


33.0 


Washington 


439 


25 


5 


.7 


31 


7 


.0 


35 


8 


.0 


62 


14 


1 


103 


23 


.5 


183 


41.7 


Wicomico 


272 


23 


8 


.5 


13 


4 


.8 


38 


14 


.0 


51 


18 


7 


79 


29 


.0